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Leo the Last

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Prince Leo Marcello Mastroianni is the exiled ruler from an unnamed country living on the edge of a London ghetto with his harridan mistress Margaret Billie Whitelaw. While viewing birds through his telescope, he witnesses the struggles of his black neighbors to survive their harsh urban environment. When Salambo Glenna Forster Jones is forced into prostitution by Jasper Keefe West, the prince decides to take action. He rescues the woman after she is raped and makes her his ward and protectorate. When the royal ...
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Overview

Prince Leo Marcello Mastroianni is the exiled ruler from an unnamed country living on the edge of a London ghetto with his harridan mistress Margaret Billie Whitelaw. While viewing birds through his telescope, he witnesses the struggles of his black neighbors to survive their harsh urban environment. When Salambo Glenna Forster Jones is forced into prostitution by Jasper Keefe West, the prince decides to take action. He rescues the woman after she is raped and makes her his ward and protectorate. When the royal guards invade the neighborhood, Leo and a makeshift troop of residents repel the advance with fireworks and homemade explosives. The film is based on the George Tabori play "The Prince" and deals with class struggles of the poor against the haughty royals.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 1/15/2011
  • UPC: 883904237860
  • Original Release: 1970
  • Source: Mgm Mod
  • Language: English
  • Time: 1:43:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 51,020

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Marcello Mastroianni Prince Leo
Billie Whitelaw Margaret
Calvin Lockhart Roscoe
Glenna Forster-Jones
Gwen Ffrangcon Davies Hilda
Graham Crowden Max
David de Keyser David
Keefe West Jesper
Kenneth J. Warren Kowalski
Ram John Holder Black Preacher
Tina Solomon Mrs. Madi
Alba
Brinsley Forde Bip
Robert Kennedy Madi Children
Bernard Boston
Roy Stewart Bodyguard
Phyllis McMahon Blonde Whore
Malcolm Redman
Robert Redman
Marcia Redman
Patsy Smart Mrs. Kowalski
Bill Russell
Doris Clark Singing Lady
Thomas Bucson Mr. Madi
Ishaq Bux Supermarket Manager
Louis Gossett Jr.
Lucita Lijertwood Wailing Lady
Liz Smith Uncredited
Technical Credits
John Boorman Director, Screenwriter
Robert Chartoff Producer
Alex Garfath Makeup
Allan James Asst. Director
Fred Myrow Score Composer
John Richardson Special Effects
Peter Suschitzky Cinematographer
Irwin Winkler Producer
Joanne Woollard Costumes/Costume Designer
Peter Young Set Decoration/Design
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