Portrait of a Hitman
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Portrait of a Hitman is a 1979 film directed by Allan A. Buckhantz and written by Yabo Yablonsky. Although the film was shot in 1977 and featured actors such as Jack Palance and Rod Steiger, it did not receive domestic distribution until 1984.
|Portrait of a Hitman|
|Directed by||Allan A. Buckhantz|
|Produced by||Andrzej Krakowski|
James R. Rokos
|Written by||Yabo Yablonsky|
|Music by||Laurence Rosenthal|
|Edited by||Michael Ripps|
|Distributed by||American National Enterprises (1984) (USA) (theatrical)|
Western World Video (USA) (VHS)
|Finland 11 May 1979|
USA January 1984
The soundtrack features songs by Pages (covering Bob Marley), Julie Inouye, Linda Little and Debbie James.
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A professional hitman who doubles as a painter is hired to kill a brain surgeon. But it turns out that not only are he and the surgeon are old friends, but they are both in love with the same woman.
|Rod Steiger||Max Andreotti|
|Jack Palance||Jim Buck|
|Bo Svenson||Dr. Bob Michaels|
|Richard Roundtree||Coco Morrell|
|Herb Jeffries||Charlie Blue|