Diamonds

(1975)

Overview

Charles Hodgson is a British aristocrat who decides to become a thief as a way of getting at his twin brother, Earl, a security expert who has built a supposedly impregnable vault in Tel Aviv, which holds a cache of diamonds. For the caper, Charles enlists Archie, a heist expert, and Sally. He also becomes acquainted with an American woman, Zelda Shapiro, who is in Israel looking for a new husband.

  1. Menahem Golan

    Director, Writer

  2. David Paulsen

    Writer

Top Billed Cast

  1. Robert Shaw

    Robert Shaw

    Charles / Earl Hodgson

  2. Richard Roundtree

    Richard Roundtree

    Archie

  3. Barbara Hershey

    Barbara Hershey

    Sally

  4. Shelley Winters

    Shelley Winters

    Zelda Shapiro

  5. Joseph Shiloach

    Joseph Shiloach

    Mustafa

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Diamonds

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Status Released

Release Information

  • October 22, 1975
    Theatrical

    Meaning

Original Language English

Runtime 2h 0m

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