The Master Touch

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The Master Touch
Directed by Michele Lupo
Produced by Manolo Bolognini (executive producer)
Marina Cicogna (producer)
Written by Roberto Leoni (story)
Franco Bucceri (story)
Nico Ducci (screenplay)
Michele Lupo (screenplay)
Mino Roli (screenplay)
Starring See below
Music by Ennio Morricone
Cinematography Tonino Delli Colli
Edited by Antonietta Zita
Release date
8 December 1972
Running time
112 minutes
95 minutes (DVD)
Country Italy, West Germany
Language English

The Master Touch (Italian: Un uomo da rispettare) is a 1972 Italian / West German crime film directed by Michele Lupo starring Kirk Douglas and Florinda Bolkan.[1]

The film was released as A Man to Respect in the UK, the USA and the Philippines.

Plot summary[edit]

Steve Wallace, a safe cracker, has just been released from prison. He attempts one last burglary with the help of a circus gymnast in Germany.



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