Gambling City

(1975)
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Overview

Luca Altieri is a gambler. He likes cards and he is a master in playing poker. He is a cardsharper too. He begins working for "The President", who has many gambling houses and everything seems to go well until Luca falls for Maria Luisa. Unfortunately for them, she is the girl of Corrado, the son of "The President"...

  1. Sergio Martino

    Director, Screenplay

  2. Ernesto Gastaldi

    Screenplay, Story

Top Billed Cast

  1. Luc Merenda

    Luc Merenda

    Luca Altieri

  2. Dayle Haddon

    Dayle Haddon

    Maria Luisa

  3. Enrico Maria Salerno

    Enrico Maria Salerno

    The 'President'

  4. Corrado Pani

    Corrado Pani

  5. Lino Troisi

    Lino Troisi

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Gambling City

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Original Title La città gioca d'azzardo

Status Released

Release Information

  • January 23, 1975
    Theatrical

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Original Language Italian

Runtime 1h 41m

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