The Versace Murder
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|The Versace Murder|
|Directed by||Menahem Golan|
|Produced by||Stuart Goldstein
Robert L. Street
|Written by||Menahem Golan
Bill Mesce Jr. (uncredited)
|Music by||Claudio Simonetti|
|Cinematography||William G. Randall|
|Edited by||Michael Yanovich|
Pan Am Pictures
The Versace Murder is a 1998 film written and directed by Menahem Golan.
Spree killer Andrew Cunanan (Shane Perdue) leaves a trail of murder victims as he travels from San Francisco to Miami, finally killing world-famous fashion designer Gianni Versace (Franco Nero). The film recounts Cunanan's life before and after the murder, including details on his four other victims and his efforts to evade a nationwide manhunt that would end in his suicide.
|Franco Nero||Gianni Versace|
|Steven Bauer||FBI Agent John Jacoby|
|Shane Perdue||Andrew Cunanan|
|Matt Servitto||David Madson|
|Mario Ortiz||Fernando Carreira|
|David Anthony Pizzuto||Chief William Roberts|
|Dania Deville||Donatella Versace|
The DVD was released in Region 1 in 2005.
- "The Versace Murder: Franco Nero, Steven Bauer: Movies & TV". Amazon.com. Retrieved 2010-10-12.
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