|Mean Frank and Crazy Tony|
|Directed by||Michele Lupo|
|Produced by||Dino De Laurentiis|
|Music by||Riz Ortolani|
|Edited by||Antonietta Zita|
|Distributed by||Columbia C.E.I.A.D.|
|Box office||₤353.735 million|
Mean Frank and Crazy Tony (Italian: Il suo nome faceva tremare...Interpol in allarme or Italian: Dio, sei proprio un padreterno! ) is a 1973 crime-comedy film directed by Michele Lupo, and starring Lee Van Cleef and Edwige Fenech.
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- Lee Van Cleef: Frankie Diomede
- Tony Lo Bianco: Tony Breda
- Edwige Fenech: Orchidea
- Jean Rochefort: Louis Annunziata
- Fausto Tozzi: Massara
- Silvano Tranquilli: Silvestro
- Adolfo Lastretti: Al
- Claudio Gora: Director of 'Casa del Giovane'
- Jess Hann: Jeannot
- Mario Erpichini: Joe Sciti
- Nello Pazzafini: Thug in Prison
- Robert Hundar: Assassin
- Renzo Marignano: Receiver
Mean Frank and Crazy Tony was released in Italy on 23 November 1973 where it was distributed by Ceiad. It grossed a total 353,735,000 Italian lire domestically. It was released in Paris on 7 March 1975 as L'homme aux nerfs d'acier.