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This breathlessly paced high-tech thriller stars [[Performer~P10646~Sean Connery~seanconnery]] as Anderson, a career criminal who's just been released from his latest prison term. Seeking a quick financial turnover, Anderson uses mob funding to finance an ambitious robbery. With a gang of expert thieves, Anderson sets about to rob every wealthy tenant of a fancy East Side apartment building. What he doesn't know is that every move he makes is being monitored and taped by several law-enforcement agencies, who hope that Anderson will lead them to the Mob kingpins. Though the film may look like a "comment" on the Watergate break-in, The Anderson Tapes actually preceded that third-rate burglary by nearly two years. The Anderson Tapes boasts an impressive supporting cast, many of whom play wildly against type, including [[Performer~P38254~Alan King~alanking]] as an aging and infirm Mafia don. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

Cast

Sean Connery
as Duke Anderson
Dyan Cannon
as Ingrid Everleigh
Martin Balsam
as Haskins
Alan King
as Pat Angelo
Ralph Meeker
as Capt. Delaney
Christopher Walken
as The Kid
Jack Doroshow
as Eric
Hildy Brooks
as Receptionist
Robert Dagny
as Doctor
Anthony Holland
as Psychologist
Carmine Caridi
as Detective A
Max Showalter
as Mr. Bingham
Judith Lowry
as Mrs. Hathaway
Helen Martin
Janet Ward
as Mrs. Bingham
Meg Myles
as Mrs. Longene
Richard B. Shull
as Werner Gottileb
Frank Macetta
as Papa Angelo
Michael Prince
as Johnson
Dick Anthony Williams
as Spencer
Michael Fairman
as Sgt. Claire
Stanley Gottlieb
as Pop
Tom Signorelli
as Sync Man
Scott Jacoby
as Jerry Bingham
Margaret Hamilton
as Miss Kaler
Paul Benjamin
as Jimmy
Norman Rose
as Mr. Longene
Garrett Morris
as Everson
John Call
as O'Leary
Conrad Bain
as Dr. Rubicoff
Ralph Stantley
as D'Medico
Bradford English
as TV Watcher
Reid Cruickshanks
as Judge
Paula Trueman
as Nurse
Val Avery
as Socks Parelli
Sam Coppola
as Private Detective

Crew

Sidney Lumet
Director
Frank Pierson
Screenwriter
Quincy Jones
Composer (Music Score)
Philip Rosenberg
Art Director
George Justin
Associate Producer
Alan Hicks
Set Designer
Gene Coffin
Costume Designer
Vic Ramos
Casting
Marion Dougherty
Casting
Saul Meth
Makeup
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