The Versace Murder

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The Versace Murder
The Versace Murder.jpg
DVD cover
Directed by Menahem Golan
Produced by Stuart Goldstein
Sam Lupowitz
Charles Rosenberg
Robert L. Street
Written by Menahem Golan
Bill Mesce Jr. (uncredited)
Starring Franco Nero
Steven Bauer
Music by Claudio Simonetti
Cinematography William G. Randall
Edited by Michael Yanovich
Production
company
Splash Films
Pan Am Pictures
Running time
102 minutes
Country United States
Budget $4,000,000

The Versace Murder is a 1998 film written and directed by Menahem Golan.

Plot[edit]

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.

Principal cast[edit]

Actor Role
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

DVD availability[edit]

The DVD was released in Region 1 in 2005.[1]

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