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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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11 December 1980 (West Germany)  »

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Early in the film, when they arrive at the gas station, the totem pole that could be seen before in the truck is missing. When they drive away from the gas station, the totem pole is back in. See more »

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References Invaders from Mars (1953) See more »

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Mr. Nothingoesright
Written by Guido De Angelis & Maurizio de Angelis'
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Great little movie, worth finding if you can!
14 December 2002 | by (jersey city) – See all my reviews

I bought a dub of the english-language version of this rather obscure movie to see the footage over Six Flags over Georgia. While the film is Italian, it was shot in north Georgia, and it's a good visual record of the area. But I was surprised to find a very entertaining movie as well. It's a silly romp starring the action star Bud Spencer and the little kid from Close Encounters, a few years older than he was then. They are a perfect match, clearly enjoying each other, even as the Spencer character is being driven crazy by his pint-size friend. Basically the kid is an alien and Bud is a sheriff (this is a sequel to The Sheriff and the Satellite Kid, which I now also have gotten from ebay on the strength of this) who is protecting the kid from the government. Bad aliens set up shop in the same small town our heros wind up in, and it is up to these two to bust some heads. The violence can be a bit extreme, but in a cartoony way. The movie is colorful and fun (with a fantastic theme song), and sweet without being at all saccharine. It seems loopier and less facile than an American production probably would have been. The small dusty town has several maraudering gangs (like cowboys who throw dynamite around and bikers who wear silly costumes) and the aforementioned themepark is shot as though it were simply a section of town. A very endearing film that adults will watch and wish they had seen as kids.


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