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Cautatorii de aur (Romania / France / West Germany, 1985 / Directors: Sergiu Nicolaescu, Alecu G. Croitoru)

Also known as

The Gold-diggers (English title) | Aranyásók (Hungary) | Poszukiwacze zlota (Poland) | Zlatokopové (Czechoslovakia) | Lockruf des Goldes (Germany)

Cast and crew

  • Cast: Rüdiger Bahr, Françoise Arnoul, Gilda Marinesco, Andrei Codarcea, Constantin Baltaretu, Pierre Rousseau, Colea Rautu, Dorin Dron, Ion Dorutiu, Ferdy Mayne, Arthur Brauss, Ernest Maftei, Adrian Mihai, Constantin Rautchi.
  • Story: Jack London (short stories)
  • Adaptation: Sergiu Nicolaescu, Alecu G. Croitoru
  • Screenplay: Sergiu Nicolaescu, Alecu G. Croitoru
  • Director of Photography: Alexandru David

Synopsis

External links

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