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The Landlord(1970)

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Brief Synopsis

A spoiled rich boy buys a Brooklyn tenement and gets mixed up in his tenants'' lives.

Cast & Crew

Hal Ashby Director
Beau Bridges Elgar Enders
Douglas Grant Walter Gee
Melvin Stewart Professor Duboise
Lee Grant Mrs. Enders
Walter Brooke Mr. Enders
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Additional Details

MPAA Ratings:  R Premiere Info:  New York opening: 20 May 1970
Release Date:  1970 Production Date:  none available
Color/B&W:  Color (DeLuxe) Distributions Co:  United Artists
Sound:  Production Co:  Cartier Productions, Inc., Mirisch Productions, Inc.
Duration(mins):  114 Country:  United States
Duration(feet):  not available    
Duration(reels):  not available    

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  • keisha

    MIKE 2014-07-30

    YOU are full of BS and I do not care 1 bit about what you think is "keepin it real" you blacks are useless and never ever built anything like... MORE>

  • Overlooked '70s classic

    Sonny Rickles 2007-04-29

    Great acting, music (Al Kooper), cinematography (Gordin Willis), and sensitive direction by Hal Ashby add up to one hell of a movie. Another classic from... MORE>

  • love hal ashby

    michael york 2006-09-23

    you can take your lucas and scorcese and coppolas hal ashby was my favorite 70s director this film is so entertaining and more relevant today than ever and... MORE>