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The Man from Acapulco  (1973)

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The movie The Man from Acapulco, released in 1973 and directed by Philippe de Broca with René Mathelin as cinematographer and editing by Henri Lanoë.
Directed by | Philippe de Broca
Cinematography by | René Mathelin
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Sound Systems
Mono
Country | France, Italy
Language | French, English, Albanian
Genres | Action, Comedy, Fantasy, Romance

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Cast
Bob Saint-Clar / François Merlin
Tatiana / Christine
Karpof / Charron
Colonel Collins
Mrs. Berger
Traffic Policeman In The Rain
General Pontaubert
The Electrician
Student With Pipe
The Plumber
Interpreter
Publishing House Hostess
The Chinese / The Bride
The Lecturer
Charron's Secretary
Une Amie De Charron
Le Faux Pope
Mécanicien Aéroport
Interpreter
The Albanian
Paramedic At The Back Of Ambulance
Intrepreter
Merlin's Son
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Edited by
Produced by
Original Music by
Art Direction by
Set Decoration by
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Production Manager
Unit Manager
Second Unit & Assistant Directors
Assistant Director
Assistant Director
Assistant Director
Camera & Electrical Department
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Still Photographer
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Camera Operator
Editorial Department
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Special Effects Department
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Art Department
Assistant Decorator
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Sound Department
Sound Engineer
Sound Engineer
Makeup Department
Key Hair Stylist
Key Makeup Artist
Music Department
Conductor
Stunt Department
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Additional Crew Members
Press Attache
Script Supervisor
Production Secretary
Administrator
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Voice Dubbing: Karpof/Charron/Colonel Collins
Subtitle Script And Timing
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