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Mister Zehn Prozent - Miezen und Moneten (1968)

The hero steals the haul from the thieves, gives it back to the police but charges 10% for that.

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(screenplay) (as Arpad de Riso), (screenplay) (as Werner Hauff) | 1 more credit »
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George Martin ...
Alan, 'Sigpress'
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Muriel, segretaria di Nyorkos
Karin Field ...
Priscilla, Nyorkos Frau
Paolo Carlini ...
Inspektor Harold Bennett
Orchidea de Santis ...
Manuela, Nyorkos Tochter
Andrea Aureli ...
Thamistokles Nyorkos (as Andrew Ray)
Aldo Canti ...
Pedro (as Nick Jordan)
Mimmo Palmara ...
Maurice (as Dick Palmer)
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Periwinkle
Gloria Paul ...
Joselita del Filar, nightclub singer
Giorgio Bixio ...
LLoyds of London Representative (as Giulio Bixio)
Tom Candela
Consalvo Dell'Arti ...
Sir Barclyy
Emanuele Gonzales ...
The Professor
Fedele Gentile ...
Dr. Duran
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The hero steals the haul from the thieves, gives it back to the police but charges 10% for that.

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15 April 1968 (Italy)  »

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Psychopath  »

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colourful and well paced
15 August 2015 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

As if being given the title, Psychopath, in UK and US were not silly enough, there is much more in store for the intrepid investigator of spoof Bond product. George Martin leads, perfectly adequately and there are some fine looking ladies but silliness tends to prevail, although as another has said, it never becomes completely tiresome as there is always something vaguely, amusing or intriguing cropping up. As a for instance, and this was neither amusing or intriguing, the prominently poster featured, Gloria Paul turns up and does a complete night club song ( and what passes as a striptease). Unfortunately Klaus Kinski in best bib and tucker is on best behaviour and causes barely a stir, unless whacking an English bobby counts. So, not boring, not great, but colourful and well paced.


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