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Come rubare un quintale di diamanti in Russia (1967)

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Credited cast:
Fernando Sancho ...
Prof. Higgins
Ingrid Schoeller
Francesco Mulé
Pietro Martellanza ...
(as Peter Martell)
Andrea Aureli ...
(as Andrew Ray)
Giustino Durano
Claudio Perone
Cristina Penz
Luciano Catenacci
Mirella Pamphili ...
(as Mirella Panphilli)
Giovanni Petrucci ...
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Gioiella Minicardi ...
(as Gioia Minicardi)
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Eduardo Fajardo
Daniele Vargas
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1 June 1967 (Italy)  »

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Mission Phantom  »

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enjoyable Spanish spoof of international "caper" films
8 September 2002 | by (south Texas USA) – See all my reviews

This Spanish film (I'm reviewing the English-dubbed version, MISSION PHANTOM) is a enjoyable spoof of the many international "caper" films of the 1960s, where a ragtag band of colorful characters from different countries and backgrounds are brought together to pull of some "impossible" heist in a well-guarded place with amazing security. It is played for laughs, yet at the same time IS an intriguing heist pulled off in a creative way. The cast includes Fernando Sancho and Eduardo Fajardo--two men best known in the US for VERY different kinds of roles in European westerns (Sancho usually as a colorful Mexican bandido, Fajardo usually as a sadistic town boss or gang leader). No classic, but an enjoyable way to kill 90 minutes on a rainy day.


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