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Formula 1: Nell'Inferno del Grand Prix (1970)

G | | Sport | May 1970 (Japan)
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Cast

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Ken Stark
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Gladys Donovan (as Olinka Berova)
Ivano Staccioli ...
Jim Connors
Hans von Borsody ...
Claude Pellissier
Marianne Hoffmann
Luigi Bonos ...
(as Louis Williams)
Rafael Santos ...
Shenkel
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Lisa
Silvana Jachino ...
Giacomo's Mother
Fulvio Mingozzi
Irio Fantini
Gioiella Minicardi
Franca Sciutto
Franco Ressel ...
Frank Donovan
Graham Hill ...
Himself
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automobile racing | See All (1) »

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DARE-DEVILS straight out of hell . . . who ride flat out . . . on the rim of death!

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Sport

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May 1970 (Japan)  »

Also Known As:

Maniacs on Wheels  »

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(Eastmancolor)

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2.35 : 1
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Edited into Dusk to Dawn Drive-In Trash-o-Rama Show Vol. 10 (2007) See more »

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Not even worth for F1-fans
26 November 2005 | by (Germany) – See all my reviews

When I found this movie on DVD in a store, I thought that it might be a B-Movie with a bad story, but good driving-scenes. What a mistake!

There are 3 Reasons why:

1. The story of this botch is not worth mentioning, the performance of the actors is not worth mentioning and there are a couple of cut scenes that are repeated in quick succession that everybody should notice.

2. As a fan of old Grand Prix Racing I thought it would be nice to see some old Formula 1 action, but that hope was disappointed too: The racing-scenes with the actors are on such an unrealistic level that it hurts. It seems to me, that they looked at a couple of 4 year old boys playing with their toys and directly realized it for the movie.

3. The real-racing scenes from 1968/1969(?) gave me the rest: There is a huge difference in image quality. The quality of the movie itself is OK, but the real-racing scenes are of such low quality, that it seems they only could afford to buy material that was shot by amateur film-makers.

The short appearance of some of the F1-Heros of the 1960's (Graham Hill) could not change my decision: After I watched it, I threw it away.

Hopefully I can keep you from wasting your time and money.


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