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Infamous 2006


Directed by

Douglas McGrath


Gwyneth Paltrow
Gwyneth Paltrow
Sandra Bullock
Sandra Bullock
Daniel Craig
Daniel Craig
Lee Pace
Lee Pace
Toby Jones
Truman Capote
Kitty Dean
Nelle Harper Lee
Isabella Rossellini
Marella Agnelli
Peter Bogdanovich
Bennett Cerf
Rey Arteaga
El Morocco Band
Alvin Dewey
Perry Smith
Justin Sherburn
El Morocco Band
Andrew Halbreich
El Morocco Band
Juliet Stevenson
Diana Vreeland
Michael Panes
Gore Vidal
Hope Davis
Slim Keith
Frank G. Curcio
William Shawn
Terri Merritt Bennett
D.A.'s Secretary
John Benjamin Hickey
Jack Dunphy
Mitch Baker
Reporter 1
Grant James
Reporter 2
Sheila Bailey
Richard Dillard
Man on Street
Norman Bennett
Desk Clerk
Marco Perella
Clifford Hope
Bethlyn Gerard
Marie Dewey
Libby Villari
Delores Hope
Joey Basham
Paul Dewey
Marian Aleta Jones
Ellen Bechner
Terri Zee
Nancy Hickey
Richard Andrew Jones
Andy Erhart
Brian Shoop
Everett Ogburn
Dick Hickock
Brady Coleman
Charles McAtee
Paul Wright
Prisoner 1
Turk Pipkin
Prisoner 2
Ray Gestaut
Lee Andrews
Joe Cordi
Piano Player
Lee Ritchey
Bill Paley
Brett Brock
Tex Smith
Leticia Trejo
Flo Smith
Brady Hender
Young Perry
Zachary Burnett
Young Truman
Brent A. McCoy
Herb Clutter
Gail Cronauer
Bonnie Clutter
Austin Chittim
Kenyon Clutter
Morgan Farris
Nancy Clutter
Dennis Letts
Judge Tate
Gabriel Folse
Charles Mooneyhan
Prison Guard 1
J.D. Young
Prison Guard 2
Steve Flanagin
Michael D. Conway
Heath Allyn
New Yorker
John Carlsen
Morocco Club Patron
Peter Cornwell
Restaurant Patron
Rob Faubion
Morocco Club Patron
Archie Fields
Restaurant patron
Floyd Lloyd
Dean Reading
Deputy Bishop
Mark Rubin
El Morocco Band
Angela Ware
Restaurant Patron
Daniel Zubiate
El Morroco Playboy
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 110 minutes (1 hrs 50 mins)
UK BBFC Age Rating:  15 age rating
MPAA Age Rating: Infamous R age rating 
UK release date UK release: 19th January 2007
US release date US release: 13th October 2006
Brazil release date Brazil release: 1st June 2007
UK total gross
United Kingdom Flag  £105 Thousand
US total gross
United States Flag  $1.2 Million
Global total gross
Global Flag  $2.7 Million

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