The French Connection II

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Format
Blu-Ray
Number of Discs
1
Release Date
02/24/2009
Studio
20th Century Fox
Length
119
Rating
R

Gene Hackman returns in his Oscar award-winning role as the hard-hitting detective Popeye Doyle. Doyle travels to Marseilles in pursuit of the heroin dealers who he hit, but failed to kill in New York. In the south of France, he is kidnapped by the dealers and forced to become as addict in captivity. But Popeye is too tough to be beaten and when he is finally set free, he quits the junk cold turkey and undergoes an agonizing withdrawal. After he comes clean, he goes after his enemy Charnier, the heroin dealing king pin, played by Fernando Rey. He burns down the hotel where he was held hostage, survives a shootout and finally does away with his enemies once and for all. With it's tension-filled action, inspired chases, inexhaustible excitement and Hackman's superb performance, French Connection ll is every bit as good, if not better, than the original.

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Director: John Frankenheimer
Producer: Robert L. Rosen
Actor: Philippe L otard
Actor: Philippe Léotard
Actor: Gene Hackman
Actor: Fernando Rey
Actor: Bernard Fresson
Actor: Jean-Pierre Castaldi
Actor: Philippe Leotard
Actor: Ed Lauter
Actor: André Penvern
Actor: Daniel Verite
Actor: Ham-Chau Luong
Actor: Jean-Pierre Zola
Actor: Charles Millot
Actor: Cathleen Nesbitt
Actor: Alexandre Fabre
Actor: Pierre Collet
Actor: Jacques Dynam
Actor: Raoul Delfosse
Actor: Patrick Floersheim

Main Format
Blu-Ray
DVD Features
WIDESCREEN, SUBTITLED, DUBBED, DOLBY, AC-3, DIGITAL THEATER SYSTEM
Language(s)
ENG
Subtitles
ENG, SPA
Aspect Ratio(s)
1.85:1
Keyword Index
The French Connection II | Philippe L otard