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Apocalypse Now (1979)

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L'état-major américain confie au jeune capitaine Willard une mission secrète : éliminer le colonel Kurtz, qui s'est constitué, au-delà de la frontière cambodgienne, un royaume personnel sur lequel il règne par la violence et la terreur.

Directeur: Francis Ford Coppola
écrivains: John Milius, Francis Ford Coppola.

Date de sortie: 1979-08-15
Statut: Released
Durée: 155 min / 2:35
Le budget: $31,500,000
Revenu: $89,460,381
Sociétés de Production : United Artists, Zoetrope Studios
Pays producteur: United States of America
Date de sortie: 1979-08-15
Statut: Released
Durée: 155 min / 2:35
Le budget: $31,500,000
Revenu: $89,460,381

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Martin Sheen
as Captain Benjamin L. Willard
Marlon Brando
as Colonel Walter E. Kurtz
Robert Duvall
as Lieutenant Colonel Bill Kilgore
Frederic Forrest
as Jay 'Chef' Hicks
Sam Bottoms
as Lance B. Johnson
Laurence Fishburne
as Tyrone 'Clean' Miller
Albert Hall
as Chief Phillips
Harrison Ford
as Colonel Lucas
Dennis Hopper
as Photojournalist
G. D. Spradlin
as General Corman
Jerry Ziesmer
as Jerry, Civilian
Scott Glenn
as Lieutenant Richard M. Colby
James Keane
as Kilgore's Gunner
Kerry Rossall
as Mike from San Diego
Colleen Camp
as Miss May
Cynthia Wood
as Playmate of the Year
Linda Carpenter
as Playmate
Jack Thibeau
as Soldier in Trench
Tom Mason
as Supply Sergeant
Damien Leake
as Machine Gunner
Marc Coppola
as AFRS Announcer
Glenn Walken
as Lieutenant Carlsen
Bill Graham
as Agent
Jerry Ross
as Johnny from Malibu / Mike from San Diego
Charles Robinson
as Soldier with Colby (uncredited)
Nick Nicholson
as Soldier (uncredited)
Don Gordon Bell
as Soldier (uncredited)
Evan A. Lottman
as Soldier (uncredited)
R. Lee Ermey
as Eagle Thrust Seven Helicopter Pilot (uncredited)
Jim Gaines
as Extra (uncredited)
Charlie Sheen
as Extra (uncredited)
Vittorio Storaro
as TV Photographer (uncredited)
Francis Ford Coppola
as Director of TV Crew (uncredited)
Henry Strzalkowski
as Bit Part (uncredited)
Lonnie Woodley
as Helicopter Skid Marine (uncredited)
Aurore Clément
as Roxanne Sarrault
G.D. Spradlin
as General Corman


Directing Francis Ford Coppola Director
Writing John Milius Screenplay
Writing Francis Ford Coppola Screenplay
Production Francis Ford Coppola Producer
Production Gray Frederickson Producer
Production Fred Roos Producer
Production Tom Sternberg Producer
Production John Ashley Producer
Production Eddie Romero Producer
Production Mona Skager Producer
Sound Carmine Coppola Original Music Composer
Camera Vittorio Storaro Director of Photography
Editing Lisa Fruchtman Editor
Editing Gerald B. Greenberg Editor
Editing Walter Murch Editor
Production Terry Liebling Casting
Production Vic Ramos Casting
Art Dean Tavoularis Production Design
Art Angelo P. Graham Art Direction
Art George R. Nelson Set Decoration
Costume & Make-Up Fred C. Blau Jr. Makeup Artist
Costume & Make-Up Jack H. Young Makeup Artist
Production Leon Chooluck Production Manager
Production Barrie M. Osborne Production Manager
Sound Walter Murch Sound Designer
Writing Joseph Conrad Novel
Crew Kerry Rossall Stunts
Editing Jerry Ross Assistant Editor
Crew Michael Herr Additional Writing
Sound Francis Ford Coppola Music
Directing Jerry Ziesmer Assistant Director
Directing Larry J. Franco Assistant Director
Crew Terry Leonard Stunt Coordinator
Crew Jeff Scheftel Thanks
Camera Efren Lapid First Assistant Camera
Directing Tony Brandt Assistant Director
Crew Joe Lombardi Special Effects Coordinator
Sound Maurice Schell Sound Editor
Crew Wayne Fitzgerald Title Graphics
Sound Jay Miracle Sound Editor
Art James J. Murakami Assistant Art Director
Camera Josh Weiner Still Photographer
Camera Piero Servo Camera Operator
Sound Zakir Hussain Musician
Writing Michael Herr Writer
Sound Richard Beggs Sound Re-Recording Mixer
Sound Mark Berger Sound Re-Recording Mixer
Sound Nathan Boxer Sound Recordist
Sound Leslie Hodgson Sound Editor

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