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The Hot Rock (21-Apr-1972)

Director: Peter Yates

Writer: William Goldman

From novel: The Hot Rock by Donald E. Westlake

Music by: Quincy Jones

Producers: Hal Landers; Bobby Roberts

Keywords: Crime/Comedy

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Christopher Guest
5-Feb-1948   This Is Spinal Tap
Moses Gunn
2-Oct-1929 16-Dec-1993 Bumpy Jonas in Shaft
Graham Jarvis
25-Aug-1930 16-Apr-2003 Canadian-American character actor
Ron Leibman
11-Oct-1937   Kaz
Zero Mostel
28-Feb-1915 8-Sep-1977 A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum
Charlotte Rae
22-Apr-1926   Mrs. Garrett on The Facts of Life
Robert Redford
18-Aug-1936   The Sundance Kid
Paul Sand
5-Mar-1935   The Hot Rock
George Segal
13-Feb-1934   Fun with Dick and Jane


Robert Redford   ...   Dortmunder
George Segal   ...   Kelp
Ron Leibman   ...   Murch
Paul Sand   ...   Greenberg
Moses Gunn   ...   Dr. Amusa
William Redfield   ...   Lt. Hoover
Topo Swope   ...   Sis
Charlotte Rae   ...   Ma Murch
Graham Jarvis   ...   Warden
Harry Bellaver   ...   Rollo the Bartender
Seth Allen   ...   Happy Hippie
Robert Levine   ...   Cop at Police Station
Lee Wallace   ...   Dr. Strauss
Robert Weil   ...   Albert
Lynne Gordon   ...   Miasmo
Grania O'Malley   ...   Bird Lady
Fred Cook   ...   Otto
Mark Dawson   ...   Big Museum Guard
Gilbert Lewis   ...   Museum Guard #1
George Bartenieff   ...   Museum Guard #2
Ed Bernard   ...   Policeman
Charles White   ...   Policeman
Christopher Guest   ...   Policeman
Zero Mostel   ...   Abe Greenberg


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