The Stone Killer

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The Stone Killer (1973, USA) is a Crime-Thriller film directed by Michael Winner


Main Details

  • Released in 1973
  • Color
  • Running time: 95–97 minutes
  • Production Co: Columbia Pictures/Dino de Laurentiis Cinematografica/Produzioni Cinematografiche Inter. Ma. Co./Rizzoli Film
  • Distribution Co: Columbia Pictures (1973) (USA) (theatrical)/(Australia) (theatrical)/Columbia-Warner Distributors (1973) (UK) (theatrical)/Gloria (1973) (West Germany) (theatrical)/Towa (1973) (Japan) (theatrical)/Warner-Columbia Film (1973) (Sweden) (theatrical)/Warner-Columbia Films (1973) (Finland) (theatrical)
  • Directed and Produced by Michael Winner
  • Screenplay by Gerald Wilson, John Gardner
  • Starring: Charles Bronson, Martin Balsam, Jack Colvin
  • Music by Roy Budd
  • Cinematography Richard Moore

Plot Summary

  • A top New York detective is sent to Los Angeles where he must solve a case involving an old Sicilian Mafia family feud.


  • Take away his badge and he'd top the Ten Most Wanted list!
  • This cop plays dirty to rub out the mob!
  • This cop is up to his eyebrows in godfathers, informers, junkies and trigger-men with itchy fingers!
  • It's hot in New York... even hotter in L.A... and they're freakin' out in the wide-open spaces in between.
  • This cop plays dirty!
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