The Master Touch

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The Master Touch
Original theatrical poster
Directed byMichele Lupo
Produced byManolo Bolognini (executive producer)
Marina Cicogna (producer)
Written byRoberto Leoni (story)
Franco Bucceri (story)
Nico Ducci (screenplay)
Michele Lupo (screenplay)
Mino Roli (screenplay)
StarringSee below
Music byEnnio Morricone
CinematographyTonino Delli Colli
Edited byAntonietta Zita
Distributed byWarner Bros. (USA)
Release date
8 December 1972
Running time
112 minutes
95 minutes (DVD)
CountryItaly, West Germany

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 United Kingdom, the United States and the Philippines. This film was remade in Hindi as "Qurbani" (Sacrifice) by Feroz Khan on 1980. The film starred Vinod Khanna, Zeenath Aman, Amjad Khan and Feroz Khan.

Plot summary[edit]

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



  1. ^ "The Master Touch". The New York Times.

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