Sorcerer Trailer

Sorcerer Trailer (1977)

"WANTED. Four men willing to drive a cargo of death to escape a life in hell." 24 June 1977 Adventure, Action, Thriller 121 mins

Four exiled international criminals on the run hide out in a remote Nicaraguan village whose economy is dependent on an oil company. An oil well 200 miles away catches fire and can be extinguished only with explosives. The criminals are given a chance to earn a great deal of money by transporting highly volatile and sensitive explosives through hazardous and rugged terrain full of obstacles and danger.

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Cast

Roy Scheider

as Jackie Scanlon / "Juan Dominguez"

Bruno Cremer

as Victor Manzon / "Serrano"

Amidou

as Kassem / "Martinez"

Ramon Bieri

as Corlette

Peter Capell

as Lartigue

Karl John

as "Marquez"

Friedrich von Ledebur

as "Carlos" (as Fredrick Ledebur)

Chico Martínez

as Bobby Del Rios

Joe Spinell

as Spider

Richard Holley

as Billy White

Anne-Marie Deschott

as Blanche (as Anne Marie Descott)

Crew

Tangerine Dream

Original Music Composer

Dick Bush

Dick Bush Director of Photography

John M. Stephens

John M. Stephens Director of Photography

John Box

John Box Production Design

International Titles

Le Convoi de la peur Trailer

Wages of Fear Trailer

International Releases Dates

Germany 12 April 1978

United States 24 June 1977

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