The Four Deuces

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The Four Deuces
Theatrical release poster
Directed byWilliam H. Bushnell
Screenplay byC. Lester Franklin
Story byDon Martin
Produced byYoram Globus
StarringJack Palance
Carol Lynley
Warren Berlinger
Adam Roarke
Gianni Russo
Hard Boiled Haggerty
CinematographyStephen M. Katz
Edited byAaron Stell
Music byKenneth Wannberg
AmeriEuro Pictures Corp
Distributed byEmbassy Pictures
Release dates
  • July 3, 1975 (1975-07-03) (MIFF)
  • January 1976 (1976-01) (United States)
Running time
87 minutes
CountryUnited States

The Four Deuces is a 1975 American comedy film directed by William H. Bushnell and written by C. Lester Franklin. The film stars Jack Palance, Carol Lynley, Warren Berlinger, Adam Roarke, Gianni Russo and Hard Boiled Haggerty. The film was released in January 1976, by Embassy Pictures.[1][2][3]


Gangster Vic Morano (Palance) owns the speakeasy nightclub The Four Deuces, and is embroiled in an ongoing gang war with rival mob boss and nightclub owner Chico Hamilton (Berlinger) during the 1930s Prohibition era.



  1. ^ "Four Deuces, The (1976) - Overview". Retrieved 2017-09-10.
  2. ^ Hal Erickson (1975-05-31). "The Four Deuces (1975) - William H. Bushnell, Jr". AllMovie. Retrieved 2017-09-10.
  3. ^ "The Four Deuces". Retrieved 2017-09-10.

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