One by One (1975)

aka: Quick and the Dead
Dir: Claude Du Boc
Documentary


Film Review

One by One picture
One by One is an American documentary film first released in 1975, directed by Claude Du Boc. The film was scored by Stomu Yamashta. It stars François Cévert, Stacy Keach, Mike Hailwood, Niki Lauda and Peter Revson. It has also been released under the title: Quick and the Dead.   It was produced by Pete Leavell and distributed by Leavell-Brunswick.   It is a color film and runs to 1 hour and 40 minutes.  

Our overall rating for One by One is: very good - a movie from the 1970s that more than repays your effort.

The actor Stacy Keach has also appeared in: Brewster McCloud (1970), 'Doc' (1971), American History X (1998) and W. (2008).

Other documentary films that are recommended viewing include: Chris Marker's Le Joli mai (1963), Alain Resnais's Nuit et brouillard (1955), Jacques Perrin's Océans (2010), Vincent Garenq's Présumé coupable (2011) and Chris Marker's Les Statues meurent aussi (1953).




Film Credits

  • Director: Claude Du Boc
  • Script: Pete Leavell, Peter Manso
  • Music: Stomu Yamashta
  • Cast: François Cévert (Himself), Stacy Keach (Narrator), Mike Hailwood, Niki Lauda, Peter Revson, Jackie Stewart
  • Editor: Pierre Jalbert, Jean Kargayan
  • Producer: Pete Leavell, Larry G. Spangler, Lee B. Winkler
  • Country: USA
  • Language: English
  • Support: Color
  • Runtime: 100 min
  • Aka: Quick and the Dead




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