"French Connection II" quotes

French Connection II poster
"Popeye" Doyle travels to Marseille to find Alain Charnier, the drug smuggler who eluded him in New York.

Director: John Frankenheimer
Writer: Alexander Jacobs (screenplay), Robert Dillon (screenplay), Laurie Dillon (screenplay), Robert Dillon (story), Laurie Dillon (story)
Production: Twentieth Century Fox
Year: 1975
MetaScore: 68/100
ImdbRating: 6.8
BoxOffice: $12,484,444
Released: 21 May 1975
Awards: Nominated for 1 Golden Globe. Another 2 nominations.

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Doyle - Gene Hackman
Alain Charnier - Fernando Rey
Barthélémy - Bernard Fresson
General Brian - Ed Lauter
Miletto - Charles Millot
'The Old Lady' - Cathleen Nesbitt
Bartender - André Penvern
Young Girl on the Beach - Reine Prat
Dutch Captain - Raoul Delfosse
Japanese Captain - Luang Ham Chau
Inspector Genevoix - Jacques Dynam
Algerian Chief - Malek Kateb
Old Pro - Pierre Collet
Young Inspector - Alexandre Fabre
Dumpy Policeman - Jean-Pierre Zola
Murdered Arab - Manu Pluton
1st Guard Hotel Tangers - Daniel Vérité
Arrested Man - Roland Blanche
Taxi Driver - Philippe Brizard
Policeman - Paul Mercey
Doyle Kidnapper - Hal Needham