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10cf746e54 FULL CAST AND CREW TRIVIA USER REVIEWS IMDbPro MORE LESS SHARE X Share Facebook Twitter E-mail Check in 0Check in X Beta I'm Watching This! Keep track of everything you watch; tell your friends. Notes . Director: John Schlesinger Stars: Dustin Hoffman, Jon Voight, Sylvia Miles 0 Next French Connection II (1975) Action Crime Drama 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 6.8/10 X "Popeye" Doyle travels to Marseille to find Alain Charnier, the drug smuggler who eluded him in New York. Marie Charnier Harold Gary as Joel Weinstock Arlene Farber as Angie Boca Eddie Egan as Walt Simonson Andr Ernotte as La Valle Sonny Grosso as Clyde Klein Benny Marino as Lou Boca Patrick McDermott as Howard, Chemist Alan Weeks as Willie Craven, drug pusher Andre Trottier as Wyett Cohn, weapons specialist The Three Degrees Randy Jurgensen as Police Sergeant Eric Jones as Little Boy (uncredited) Darby Lloyd Rains as Stripper (uncredited) Jean Luisi as French detective (uncredited) . Friedkin, William (April 15, 2003). External links.
Charnier soon realizes he has been observed since his arrival in New York. When he sees Doyle, he turns to run but is shot dead by Doyle with a single shot. ISBN1592280447.[pageneeded] ^ Bauer, Alain; Soullez, Christophe (2012). Jimmy 'Popeye' Doyle Fernando Rey as Alain Charnier Roy Scheider as Det. What do you want for Christmas Eric? Hmmm? See more Connections Referenced in Cinematographer Style(2006) See more Soundtracks Again (uncredited) Music by Lionel Newman [Played on piano at the restaurant where Charnier and Nicoli dine] See more Frequently Asked Questions Q: What does Popeye mean when he calls Charnier "Frog One"? Q: Why does Popeye keep hammering Willy with the "pick your feet Poughkeepsie" line? Q: How did they put the car back together so fast after ripping it apart? See more (Spoiler Alert!) User Reviews One of the 1970s best crime movies, and yes, that means one of the best ever. Comparison to actual people. The police then restore the car to its original condition and return it to Devereaux, who delivers the Lincoln to Charnier. "Filmmaking at 90 Miles Per Hour: A 2009 retrospective". The score for this film was also by Don Ellis.