Dog Day (1984 film)

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Dog Day
Directed by Yves Boisset
Produced by Norbert Saada
Starring Lee Marvin
Jean Carmet
Victor Lanoux
David Bennent
Bernadette Lafont
Tina Louise
Jean-Claude Dreyfus
Music by Francis Lai
Cinematography Jean Boffety
Edited by Albert Jurgenson
Nadine Muse
Release date
Running time
101 minutes
Language French and English
Box office $7.7 million[1]

Dog Day (French title: "Canicule", which means "heatwave") is a 1984 film by French director Yves Boisset starring Lee Marvin. A criminal shows up at a farmhouse with the law on his heels and several million dollars in his possession. The supporting cast includes Tina Louise and Juliette Mills.


Lee Marvin as Jimmy Cobb
Miou-Miou as Jessica
Jean Carmet as Socrate
Victor Lanoux as Horace
David Bennent as Chim
Bernadette Lafont as Ségolène
Grace De Capitani as Lily
Tina Louise as Noémie Blue
Jean-Claude Dreyfus as Le Barrec
Muni as Gusta
Juliette Mills as Maggy
Julien Bukowski ... Rojinski
Jean-Roger Milo as Julio
Joseph Momo as Doudou Cadillac
Henri Guybet as Marceau


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