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Double Game (1977)

Torino violenta (original title)
Drugs, murders, robberies. In Turin, violence is an everyday fact of life, but a mysterious vigilante starts cleaning up the streets. In fact, the killer is a cop, Moretti, who went ... See full summary »

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George Hilton ...
Insp. Ugo Moretti
Emanuele Cannarsa ...
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Giuseppe Alotta
Annarita Grapputo
Franco Nebbia
Laura Ferraro
Rino Maggio
Pier Giuseppe Corrado
Cinzia Arcuri
Lorenzo Gobello
Ruggero Spagnoli
Sauro Roma
Loretta Mondino
Rino Carilli
Armando Rossi
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Drugs, murders, robberies. In Turin, violence is an everyday fact of life, but a mysterious vigilante starts cleaning up the streets. In fact, the killer is a cop, Moretti, who went undercover to do the dirty work he couldn't do in cop's clothing. Written by Thomas Bauduret

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Crime | Drama | Thriller

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13 October 1977 (Italy)  »

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Director Carlo Ausino and the crew were anxious about working with 'George Hilton' because they all respected him from his westerns. See more »

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Referenced in Escale à Nanarland: Le Justicier de New York (2013) See more »

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I wasn't aware that Eurocrime got this boring.
31 May 2009 | by (Beverley Hills, England) – See all my reviews

Well, almost every review ever written for Double Game says that it's not a good film; and who am I to buck that trend? I actually went into this film with some high hopes; 1977 was a good year for Eurocrime (Fearless, Weapons of Death, Destruction Force etc) and George Hilton usually puts in a good turn - but unfortunately, the film is just far too boring and less than half the way through, my mind began to wander. The plot is very thin and simple, and we just; as usual, focus on crime in the city, and this time a vigilante that takes the law into his own hands. However, in spite of it being simple; director Carlo Ausino has somehow managed to completely mess the plot up. It's confusing and turgid throughout, and this makes it very difficult to care about anything that's going on. This is not George Hilton's best performance either; and I can't say I blame him for not giving his all. There's very little action, and when the car chases and things do finally make an appearance; they're not well shot and unlikely to wake the sleeping audience. Overall, I'm really quite appalled at how bad this film is, and needless to say I'm not looking forward to Another Double Game.


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