The Black Marble Trailer

The Black Marble Trailer (1980)

"JOSEPH WAMBAUGH'S DONE IT AGAIN. But he has never done it like this." 07 March 1980 Comedy, Crime, Romance 110 mins

When alcoholic homicide investigator Valnikov is transferred to a burglary case that seems to involve a creepy dogcatcher, he's also given a new partner -- the pragmatic Sgt. Natalie Zimmerman, who's experiencing a midlife crisis and does not welcome Valnikov's company. But as these emotionally bruised cops are drawn deeper into the bizarre world of dog shows, animal fanatics and pet cemeteries, they're also drawn to each other.

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Robert Foxworth

as Sgt. A.M. Valnikov

Paula Prentiss

as Sgt. Natalie Zimmerman

Harry Dean Stanton

as Philo Skinner

Barbara Babcock

as Madeline Whitfield

John Hancock

as Clarence Cromwell

Raleigh Bond

as Captain 'Hipless' Hooker

Judy Landers

as Pattie Mae

Marilyn Chris

as Mavis Skinner

Michael Dudikoff

as Millie's Houseboy

Lou Cutell

as Mr. Limpwood

Anne Ramsey

as Bessie Callahan

Christopher Lloyd

as Arnold's Collector

James Woods

as The Fiddler


Owen Roizman

Owen Roizman Director of Photography

Alfred Sweeney

Alfred Sweeney Production Design

Arthur Jeph Parker

Arthur Jeph Parker Set Decoration

Susan Becker

Susan Becker Costume Design

Bob Mills

Bob Mills Makeup Artist

International Releases Dates

United States 07 March 1980

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