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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 ...
(as Giovanni Petti)
Gioiella Minicardi ...
(as Gioia Minicardi)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Eduardo Fajardo
Daniele Vargas


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1 June 1967 (Italy)  »

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b movie, jewel heist in soviet union
26 February 2005 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

the dubbing is atrocious! the acting is appalling! this is a genuinely bad movie, and i enjoyed every minute. the 'x-ray' scene is out of this world. also, it is no surprise that two of the actors in this film also have worked in (bad) westerns. very impressive.

while nearly every aspect of this cinematic oeuvre is too far-fetched to be in any way plausible, it is somehow rather endearing. the soundtrack is replete with spy tunes including a swingy, reappearing Russian folk melody reminiscent of 'meadowlands,' and a smattering of snazzy bossa nova numbers.

check out the killer costumes.

it's true that there are characters who speak no lines, and the female characters are as shallow and one-dimensional as the male characters.

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