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Delirio caldo (1972)

 -  Mystery | Thriller  -  5 July 1972 (Italy)
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A respected doctor becomes the prime suspect in a series of gruesome murders.

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Cast

Credited cast:
Mickey Hargitay ...
Herbert Lyutak
Rita Calderoni ...
Marcia Lyutak
Raul Lovecchio ...
Inspector Edwards (as Raoul)
Carmen Young ...
Bonita (US version only)
Christa Barrymore ...
Joaquine
Tano Cimarosa ...
John Lacey
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Marcello Bonini Olas ...
Barman
Katia Cardinali ...
Miss Heindrich
William Darni ...
Willy
Max Dorian ...
Policeman
Stefania Fassio ...
First victim (as Steffy Steffen)
Stefano Oppedisano ...
Journalist
Cristina Perrier ...
Laurel
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A respected doctor becomes the prime suspect in a series of gruesome murders.

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Genres:

Mystery | Thriller

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5 July 1972 (Italy)  »

Also Known As:

Death at the Villa  »

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| (re-edited American) | (video)

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(Eastmancolor)

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1.85 : 1
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Herbert Lyutak: Enough, Herbert! You are a hyena, hyena!
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Featured in The Theorem of Delirium (2002) See more »

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Warm delirium
25 May 2002 | by See all my reviews

The English-language print of this movie is incoherent. It adds stupid Vietnam footage throughout and cuts out all references to the fact that it takes place in England, as well as all the sexual violence, the lesbian relationship between the killer's wife and her maid, and the killer's "masturbation" scene. In the European version there are three killers but here there are only two, and the ending is completely different. The American version adds two murders that were left on the cutting room floor of the European version, but they're unimportant to the story. The final third of this movie has sequences that are basically incomprehensible and the film ends with a tacked-on series of stills from different sex scenes from the film! This may have satisfied the grind house audience of the Seventies but nearly thirty years later it just seems tame and silly. Anchor Bay needs to find the full version of this one and get it out on dvd. As it stands now it's a disappointment.


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