|Other author/creator||Zinnemann, Fred, 1907-1997 director.|
|Other author/creator||Woolf, John, 1913-1999, producer.|
|Other author/creator||Ross, Kenneth, 1941- screenwriter.|
|Other author/creator||Fox, Edward, 1937- actor.|
|Other author/creator||Badel, Alan actor.|
|Other author/creator||Britton, Tony, actor.|
|Other author/creator||Alexander, Terence, 1923-2009.|
|Other author/creator||Cusack, Cyril, 1910-1993, actor.|
|Other author/creator||Delerue, Georges, 1925-1992, composer.|
|Other author/creator||Forsyth, Frederick, 1938- Day of the Jackal.|
|Other author/creator||Universal Pictures (Firm)|
|Other author/creator||Universal Studios Home Video (Firm)|
||Story of a cold, suave British assassin hired by the French OAS to kill General Charles de Gaulle. Nameless and faceless, the killer, known by the code name of Jackal, relentlessly moves toward the date with death that would rock the world. The tension mounts as the methodical preparations of the Jackal are paralleled with the efforts of the police to uncover the plot, which gives the story non-stop, edge-of-your-seat suspense.
|General note||Originally released as a motion picture in 1973.|
|General note||Letterboxed (aspect ratio 1.85:1).|
|General note||From the book by Frederick Forsyth.|
|General note||Special features include production notes and theatrical trailer.|
|Credits||Photographer, Jean Tournier ; editor, Ralph Kemplen ; music, Georges Delerue.|
||Edward Fox (The Jackal), Michel Lonsdale (Claude Lebel), Alan Badel (The Minister), Tony Britton (Inspector Thomas), Eric Porter (Col. Rodin), Jean Martin (Wolenski), Cyril Cusack (Gunsmith).
||MPAA rating: PG.
|Language||In English with optional subtitles in French and Spanish ; closed-captioned in English.|
|Genre/form||Feature films Great Britain.|
|Publisher number||20261 Universal|