El Dorado (1963 film)

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This article is about the 1963 Israeli film. For other uses, see El Dorado (disambiguation).
El Dorado
Directed by Menahem Golan
Produced by Mordecai Navon
Written by Leo Filler
Menahem Golan
Amatsia Hiuni
Story by Yigal Mosenzon (play)
Starring Topol
Gila Almagor
Music by Yohanan Zaray
Cinematography Nissim Leon
Edited by Nellie Gilad
Production
company
Geva Film Ltd.
Noah Films
Running time
88 minutes
Country Israel
Language Hebrew

El Dorado is a 1963 film directed by Menahem Golan. The script was co-written by him, Leo Filler, and Amatsia Hiuni, based on the play by Yigal Mosenzon.

Plot[edit]

After a man is accused of a crime he did not commit, his lawyer is against taking the case and does nothing to help him. Pressure politically is aiding in finding the man guilty, and he is forced to admit guilt. He then fights to prove his innocence.

Principal cast[edit]

Actor Role
Topol Benny Sherman
Gila Almagor Margo
Shimon Finkel Lawyer Benyamini
Ori Levy Sergeant Cohen
Shai Ophir Shneider

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