Madigan's Millions

Madigan's Millions (It: Un dollaro per 7 vigliacchi, Sp: El Millón de Madigan) is a 1968 Italian-Spanish comedy crime film directed by Stanley Prager and produced by Sidney W. Pink.

Madigan's Millions
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English-language poster
Directed byStanley Prager
Produced bySidney W. Pink
Written byJosé Luis Bayonas
StarringDustin Hoffman
Elsa Martinelli
Cesar Romero
CinematographyManuel Rojas
Distributed byAltamira Films (Spain) (theatrical)
American International Pictures (USA) (theatrical)
Troma Entertainment (Home Video)
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Running time
86 mins
93 mins (Spain)
CountryItaly Spain United States

The movie was shot in 1966 but was not released for two years. It stars Dustin Hoffman, in his first movie role, as Jason Fister, a young U.S. Treasury Dept. official sent to Rome to recover a large sum of money owed to the United States government by a deceased mobster.

The film is in the lowbrow comedy genre, with comic stop-action chase scenes, as well as many scenes involving Spaghetti Western-style gunplay on the streets of Rome. Hoffman's Fister is a seemingly naive and mild-mannered bureaucrat with a sense for sniffing out phonies.

The interiors of the film were shot largely in Spain, with exteriors in Rome.




The film was released in the United States by American International Pictures in 1969 after Hoffman's success in The Graduate and Midnight Cowboy.[1]

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  1. ^ "Dust Off Old Hoffman Film". Variety. June 25, 1969. p. 7.