EDWARD G ROBINSON as Theo Wilkins
ROD STEIGER as Paul Mason
ELI WALLACH as Pancho
ALEXANDER SCOURBY as Raymond Lemay
BERRY KROEGER as Hugo Baumer
SEBASTIAN CABOT as Casino Director
MARCEL HILLAIRE as Duc Di Salins
JOHN BERARDINO as Chief of Detectives
ALPHONSE MARTELL as Governor
JONATHAN KIDD as Seymour
Assistant Director - Ad Schaumer
Art Director - Lyle R Wheeler & John De Cuir
Director of Photography - Sam Leavitt A.S.C
Music by Dominic Frontiere
Screenplay by Sidney Boehm
Based on a Novel by Max Catto
Edited by Dorothy Spencer
|TIME FOR A TOAST!|
Produced by Sydney Boehm
Directed by Henry Hathaway
It was known as the robbery that rocked Monte Carlo! When Paul Mason is summoned to the French Riviera by an old friend, he soon learns he is asked to lead in the robbery of the Monte Carlo casino! Reluctant at first, he soon meets his accomplices and with the help of a glamorous stripper, Melanie, the scene is set for a daring heist! Where every move is a gamble, where the stakes are high for the Seven Thieves!
(c) 1960 20TH CENTURY FOX 102 MINS B/W REG 1 DVD / FOX HOME ENTERTAINMENT .
|THE STAKES ARE HIGH|
|PAUL MEETS MELANIE & PANCHO|
|JOAN FITTED BY BILL THOMAS FOR THAT DRESS!|
|JOAN ADDS A TOUCH OF CANDY!|
The producer Sydney Boehm wanted realism in the film and actually employed real Beatnik's from Venice for the extras in the cellar cafe scenes.The stage that Joan preforms her sexy routines was previously used in the 1959 version of "The Blue Angel", which starred May Britt. After shooting the film, Joan commented to the New York Post...
|JOAN IN BLACK ICE!|
(c) 2010 Mark McMorrow.