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Rosebud (1975)

aka Rosebud

"Daddy's not-so-little girl."

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Details: 126 mins · English

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Cast:

Small Larry Martin
Small Edward Sloat
Small Joyce Donnovan
Small Helene Nikolaos
No_movie_poster Sabine
Small Yafet Hemlekh
Small Charles-André Fargeau
No_movie_poster Sen. Donnovan
Small Lord Carter
No_movie_poster George Nikolaos
Small Lady Carter
No_movie_poster Kirkbane
Small Hacam
Small Margaret
No_movie_poster Gertrude
No_movie_poster Melina Nikolaos
Small Hans Schloss

Crew:

Small Otto Preminger Director
No_movie_poster Michael Seymour Production Design
No_movie_poster Margot Capelier Casting
No_movie_poster Thom Noble Editor
No_movie_poster Paul Bonnecarrere Novel
No_movie_poster Joan Hemingway Novel
No_movie_poster Laurent Petitgirard Original Music Composer
No_movie_poster Denys N. Coop Director of Photography
No_movie_poster Peter Thornton Editor
No_movie_poster Simon Holland Art Direction
No_movie_poster Paul Rabiger Makeup Artist
No_movie_poster Robin Gregory Sound Designer
No_movie_poster Don Sharpe Sound Designer
No_movie_poster Terry Sharratt Sound Designer
No_movie_poster Graham Cottle Producer
No_movie_poster Bud Rosenthal Producer
No_movie_poster Erik Lee Preminger Screenplay
Small Otto Preminger Production
No_movie_poster Marjorie Kellogg Writer
No_movie_poster Joan Hemingway Story Contributor
No_movie_poster Paul Bonnecarrere Story Contributor
No_movie_poster Thom Noble Editing
No_movie_poster Peter Thornton Editing

Taglines:

"Daddy's not-so-little girl."

Plot:

Larry Martin (O'Toole) is a Newsweek reporter, secretly working for the CIA. He is tasked, along with Israeli intelligence, to work for the release of five wealthy girls kidnapped by the PLA from the yacht Rosebud. Martin must contend with the girls' fathers, all of whom are wealthy, connected and concerned. Sloat (Attenborough), the head of Black September, is connected with the kidnappings, and is subsequently hunted down.

Release Dates:

Theatrical : 1975-03-24 : United States of America

Theatrical : 1975-04-18 : Finland

Theatrical : 1975-04-23 : France

Theatrical : 1975-04-24 : Netherlands

Theatrical : 1975-04-25 : Denmark

Theatrical : 1975-04-25 : Sweden

Theatrical : 1975-04-25 : West Germany

Theatrical : 1976-12-30 : Mexico

2012-08-06 : Switzerland