Rollover Trailer

Rollover Trailer (1981)

"The most erotic thing in their world was money." 11 October 1981 Drama, Thriller, Mystery 116 mins

An Arab oil organization devises a plan to wreck the world economy in order to cause anarchy and chaos.

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Cast

Jane Fonda

as Lee Winters

Kris Kristofferson

as Hubbell Smith

Hume Cronyn

as Maxwell Emery

Josef Sommer

as Roy Lefcourt

Bob Gunton

as Sal Naftari

Ron Frazier

as Gil Hovey

Jodi Long

as Betsy Okamoto

Marvin Chatinover

as Henry Lipscomb

Ira Wheeler

as Mr. Whitelaw

Ahmed Boulane

as Student

Martha Plimpton

as Fewster's Older Daughter

Bill Anagnos

as (uncredited)

E. Brian Dean

as Night Watchman (uncredited)

Crew

International Releases Dates

United States 11 October 1981

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