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Mitchell  (1975)

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The movie Mitchell, released in 1975 and directed by Andrew V. McLaglen, was shot on Panavision Cameras with Harry Stradling Jr. as cinematographer and editing by Fred A. Chulack.
Directed by | Andrew V. McLaglen
Cinematography by | Harry Stradling Jr.
Edited by | Fred A. Chulack
Written by | Ian Kennedy Martin
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Country | USA
Language | English
Genres | Action, Crime, Drama, Thriller

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Cast
James Arthur Cummings
Walter Deaney
Salvatore Mistretta
Tony Gallano
Chief Albert Pallin
Det. Aldridge
Det. Tyzack
Desk Sergeant
Customs Officer
Rudy Moran
Edmondo Bocca
Prudence Lang
Helena Jackman
Burglar
Don Townsend
Sgt. O'Hagen
Officer Danziger
Helicopter Pilot
Helicopter Officer
Sergeant
Bel Air Patrolman
Mustang Hood
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