Street People (film)
|Directed by||Maurizio Lucidi|
|Music by||Luis Enriquez Bacalov|
|Edited by||Renzo Lucidi|
Aetos Produzioni 
|Distributed by||Agora Cinematografica|
|Box office||₤458.097 million|
Street People (Italian: Gli esecutori, also known as The Executors and The Sicilian Cross) is an Italian crime-action film directed in 1976 by Maurizio Lucidi. It was written, among others, by the French Connection 's screenwriter, Ernest Tidyman. It was released in United States by American International Pictures.
- Roger Moore as Ulysses
- Stacy Keach as Charlie Hanson
- Ivo Garrani as Salvatore Francesco
- Fausto Tozzi as Nicoletta
- Ennio Balbo as Continenza
- Loretta Persichetti as Hannah
- Peter Martell as Pano
- Luigi Casellato as Pete
- Ettore Manni as Bishop Lopetri
- Rosemarie Lindt as Salvatore's girlfriend
- Curti 2003, p. 197.
- "Street People' Set For Release". Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. August 31, 1976. Retrieved 31 January 2012.
- Jim Moorhead (December 7, 1976). "Street People' A Pizza Pap". The Evening Independent. Retrieved 31 January 2012.
- "Crime film due". The Sun. July 25, 1976. Retrieved 31 January 2012.
- Curti 2003, p. 198.
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