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Release Date:
12 August 1961 (Italy) See more »
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Directed by
Angelo Dorigo 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Antonio Boccaci 
Paolo Lombardo  story
Paolo Lombardo 

Produced by
Aldo Bianchi .... producer
Original Music by
Aldo Piga 
Cinematography by
Aldo Greci 
Film Editing by
Renato Cinquini 
Production Management
Adimaro Sala .... general organization
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Gianfranco Baldanello .... assistant director
Art Department
Ivo Battelli .... set designer
Sound Department
Mario Amari .... sound
Pietro Seriffo .... sound
Camera and Electrical Department
Antonio Belviso .... camera operator
Other crew
Grazia Baldanello .... script supervisor (as Maria Grazia Baldanello)

Production Companies

Additional Details

Also Known As:
"Rampage of Evil" - International (English title) (dubbed version)
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90 min
Aspect Ratio:
2.35 : 1 See more »
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For leather fetishists only, 1 March 2012
Author: cowbearuk from London, England

*** This review may contain spoilers ***

Mario Petri gets a rare lead role as villainous Captain Hans, a German soldier of fortune. He looks quite ridiculous, wearing a shiny winged black leather waistcoat and thigh high boots, looking like he just stepped out of some fetish bar, and dubbed with a rather infuriating squeaky voice. In spite, or possibly because of this, Petri is really the only reason to watch here, milking every line for all it's worth and playing to the gallery.

Giving Petri a run for his money in the scenery chewing stakes you have Paul Muller as a count out to rule the local Duchy.

Also along for the ride, and for the most part seeming to appear in a different story altogether, you have Gerard Landry as the dashing hero Brunello, sporting his own distinctive designer leatherware, and Wandisa Guida as the drippy Duchess Belinda who falls, literally, for his charms.

There can't have been much money left after paying for the kinky costumes because the sets here are some of the most minimal you'll ever see, and unfortunately 90% of the film consists of people standing around chatting and plotting in them.

What little plot there is consists of Brunello having to free Prince Giuliani (Luigi Batzella) whom Hans has captured along with some treasure belonging to the pope.

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