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The Dictator's Guns
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(1965)

Jacques Cournot, a freelance skipper, is hired by Mr Hendrix in Santo Domingo, first of all to advise him regarding the acquisition of a sailing boat. After a thorough inspection of a prospective vessel, the "Dragoon", Cournot reports his positive appraisal to Mr Hendrix and initiates the negotiations with Mrs Osborne, the owner of the craft. Barely a couple of days later, Cournot finds himself in a bind as the police questions him about the exact kind of cruise he was supposed to organize for his principal. For the "Dragoon" is gone; Mr Hendrix has disappeared; Mrs Osborne is not aware of any deal; and the corpses of mysterious individuals, victims of a violent death, are found on the beaches of Santo Domingo.

Runtime:
1:43
Released:
June 18, 1965

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Cast

Fqi1ux8ln7sobstwljs2s5s45ge Lino Ventura Jacques Cournot
Jwkkgsryhikhmsncgaeuya829i3 Sylva Koscina Rae Osborne
Pd3nbf2gqnw2800gb4iptehksdf Leo Gordon Morrison
4pco8jwzmvq6kwzuqbyepq1oqq7 Alberto de Mendoza Hendrix
Alberto De Mendoza Hendrix
Antonio Martin Ruiz
Jean-Claude Bercq Avery
Jack Léonard Keefer
Sylvain Levignac frère Benavidés

Crew

Art

René Renoux Set Decoration

Camera

Walter Wottitz Director of Photography

Crew

Colette Crochot Script

Directing

Claude Sautet Director

Editing

Jacqueline Thiedot Editor

Marie-Claude Bariset Editor

Production

André Cultet Production Director

Sound

Eddie Barclay Original Music Composer

Michel Colombier Original Music Composer

Jean Rieul Sound Engineer

Raymond Gauguier Sound Engineer

Writing

Charles Williams Novel

Charles Williams Adaptation

Fouli Elia Adaptation

Michel Levine Adaptation

Charles Williams Novel