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Chissà perché... capitano tutte a me (1980)

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Ferruccio Amendola ...
Howard, City Mayor
Claudio Undari ...
Alien Boss (as Robert Hundar)
John Bartha ...
Police Chief
Carlo Reali ...
Giancarlo Bastianoni ...
One of the Brother's Dynamite / Masked Hooligan / Alien
Giovanni Cianfriglia ...
Alien
Ottaviano Dell'Acqua ...
Cop
Paolo Figlia ...
One of the Brother's Dynamite
Lorenzo Fineschi ...
Second Woodcutter
Amedeo Leurini ...
Bar Patron
Enzo Maggio ...
Cop (as Vincenzo Maggio)
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Military Sergeant
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11 December 1980 (West Germany)  »

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When the sheriff gets out of the pickup at his future home no one is around. In the next scene there are two riders on the road. See more »

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References Invaders from Mars (1953) See more »

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Pride of the Wolverines
Music by John Philip Sousa
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Simple, undemanding fun
10 February 2009 | by See all my reviews

First of all, I wouldn't attempt to see this movie without having already seen "The Sheriff And The Satellite Kid" if I were you: it doesn't bother at all with introductions or explanations, it just throws you right into the story: Bud Spencer is a kind of wandering sheriff / guardian angel to an extra-terrestrial kid who can do magic things with a remote-control-like device. The film is pretty much what you'd expect from a Bud Spencer sci-fi comedy: full of endearingly cheesy special effects and slapsticky fight scenes (the highlight is one set in a laundry, with one bad guy going through a pressing machine!). It drags a little in spots and has some pretty poor scene transitions (in one scene the kid stumbles and falls into a lake, next time we see him he's lying on his bed with a fever), but Bud Spencer fans and kids (the primary target audience) should enjoy it. **1/2 out of 4.


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