Children of Mata Hari

Children of Mata Hari (French: La Peau de Torpedo, Italian: Dossier 212 - destinazione morte, German: Der Mann mit der Torpedohaut, also known as Pill of Death and The Deathmakers) is a 1970 international co-production crime film directed by Jean Delannoy and starring Klaus Kinski.[1]

Children of Mata Hari
Theatrical poster
Directed byJean Delannoy
Produced byMaurice Jacquin
Written byFrancis Ryck (novel)
Jean Cau
Jean Delannoy
StarringKlaus Kinski
Music byFrançois de Roubaix
CinematographyEdmond Séchan
Release date
  • 3 June 1970 (1970-06-03)
Running time
110 minutes
CountryFrance
Italy
West Germany
LanguageFrench

Cast

  • Stéphane Audran as Dominique
  • Klaus Kinski as Pavel Richko / Torpédo I
  • Lilli Palmer as Helen
  • Michel Constantin as Coster
  • Angelo Infanti as Jean / Gianni
  • Jean Claudio as La Filature
  • Frédéric de Pasquale as Nicolas Baslier
  • Noëlle Adam as L'amie de Dominique
  • Philippe March as Le vendeur (as Aimé de March)
  • Christine Fabréga as Sylvianne Collet
  • Jacques Harden as L'inspecteur de Police de Paris
  • Micheline Luccioni as L'employée des postes
  • Georges Lycan as Torpédo II
  • Philippine Pascal
  • Bernard Musson as L'inspecteur de Police de Fécamp
  • Roger Lumont as Le chauffeur routier
  • Robert Favart
  • Catherine Jacobsen as La 'boîte aux lettres'
  • Henri Gilabert
  • Pierre Koulak as Un inspecteur
  • Alexandre Klimenko
  • Michel Charrel as Un inspecteur
  • Gérard Dauzat
  • Paul Bisciglia
  • Rita Maiden as La prostituée
  • Driss Kettani
  • Aldo Bastoni

References

  1. "New York Times: Children of Mata Hari". NY Times. Retrieved 25 October 2008.


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