In psychedelic swinging 60s style, the dreaded thief (and killer) Diabolik wreaks havoc on a generic European country for his own financial gain and amusement. He shares an extravagant underground lair (and a giant bed of money) with his curvaceous, superficial girlfriend...who uses her awesome powers of wig-wearing to help Diabolik kill innocent people and steal billions from the government. Nonetheless, Diabolik is the "hero" of the film because he must face off against bumbling cops and revenge-seeking mafiosos. Written by
>Michael "Rabbit" Hutchison <email@example.com>
Out for all he can take, seduce, or get away with...
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Aspect Ratio: 1.85 : 1
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Did You Know?
The movie is based on "Diabolik", one of the longest running - and most successful - Italian comic strips. It was created by Angela Giussani
and Luciana Giussani
, two Milan sisters who built a small and very profitable publishing empire out of the "King of Terror"'s success. In the paper version, "Diabolik" is much more sinister than its cinematic counterpart - he's a criminal fighting evil with evil, often resorting to murder to "punish" the evildoers he meets. The movie was made assuming some knowledge of the comic strip, thus explaining the negative reaction it gets outside Italy. See more
When Ginko looks at the monitors one is showing the explosion outside the tunnel and the train slowly backing away from it. The other monitor is showing the train cruising backwards at considerably higher speed. See more
[as he and the bad guy freefall from a plane that has suddenly exploded
I almost forgot. When I stumbled, I attached a magnetic capsule to your plane.
Who cares? Pull the cord!
Spoofed in How to Kill 400 Duponts
Music by Ennio Morricone
Performed by Maria Cristina Brancucci (as Christy) See more