Manhattan Night of Murder (Jerry Cotton - Mordnacht in Manhattan) 57 years old

Manhattan Night of Murder

Second Jerry Cotton movie. A ring of gangsters has been terrorizing New York City. Special agent Jerry Cotton is summoned by the FBI to help crack down on the Criminals and put them out of business. He doesnt pull any punches either.

Credits

Manhattan Night of Murder Cast

Name Character
Willy Semmelrogge He was 42, 61 years old when he died as Doc
Sigurd Fitzek He was 36, now 94 years old as Patrick
George Nader He was 44, 80 years old when he died as Jerry Cotton
Paul Müller He was 42, now 99 years old as Dewey
Heinz Weiss He was 44, 89 years old when he died as Phil Dekker
Richard Münch He was 49, 71 years old when he died as Mr. John High
Silvia Solar She was 25, 71 years old when she died as Wilma de Loy
Slobodan Dimitrijević He was 24, 58 years old when he died as Alec Korsky
Walter Bluhm He was 58, 68 years old when he died as Billys Opa
Monika Grimm She was 25, now 82 years old as Sally
Elke Neidhart as Sophie Latimore
Uwe Reichmeister as Billy
Dirk Dautzenberg He was 44, 87 years old when he died as Giuseppe
Allen Pinson as Jenkins
Henri Cogan He was 41, 79 years old when he died as Bruce

Manhattan Night of Murder Crew

Name Department
Alfred Srp as Editor. He was 38 (59) years old when He died Editing
K.B. Leder as Screenplay. Writing
Heinz Willeg as Producer. He was 47 (72) years old when He died Production
Walter Tuch as Director of Photography. He was 51 (55) years old when He died Camera
Hans Jürgen Kiebach as Production Design. He was 35 (64) years old when He died Art
Ernst Schomer as Production Design. He was 50 (90) years old when He died Art
Werner Strobel as Production Design. Art
Helmut Kraft as Makeup Artist. He was 7 (now 64) years old Costume & Make-Up
Peter Thomas as Original Music Composer. He was 39 (now 97) years old Sound
Herbert Reinecker as Screenplay. He was 50 (92) years old when He died Writing
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Manhattan Night of Murder (57 years)

  • Release day: Wednesday, November 24, 1965
  • Runtime: 89 minutes