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Sergio Corbucci (written by) &
Sabatino Ciuffini (written by)
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Release Date:
2 October 1981 (USA) See more »
Faster than a speeding ticket. More powerful than a SWAT team. And up, up and away the funniest super hero of them all! See more »
Red powder from a nuclear explosion gives a police officer super powers as long as he doesn't see anything red. He is eventually framed for murder and is unsuccessfully executed by many different methods. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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  (in credits order)

Terence Hill ... Policeman Dave Speed

Ernest Borgnine ... Sgt. Willy Dunlop

Joanne Dru ... Rosy Labouche

Marc Lawrence ... Torpedo
Julie Gordon ... Evelyn
Lee Sandman ... McEnroy
Salvatore Borghese ... Paradise Alley (as Sal Borgese)
Woody Woodbury ... NASA Major
Dow Stout
Herb Goldstein ... Silvius
Sergio Smacchi ... Slot Machine
Don Sebastian ... Dingo
Claudio Ruffini ... Tragedy Row

Jack McDermott
Charles D. Thomas
Charles Buie
Bobby Gale
Ben Taylor
Florance McGee (as Florence McGee)
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Harold Bergman ... Priest (uncredited)
Buffy Dee ... Ticket seller with turban on fair (uncredited)
Linda Roberts ... Photographer (uncredited)
Clarence Thomas ... Witness (uncredited)
Julian Voloshin ... Old man in fishing boat (uncredited)

Directed by
Sergio Corbucci 
Writing credits
Sergio Corbucci (written by) &
Sabatino Ciuffini (written by)

Produced by
Vittorio Galiano .... producer
Josi W. Konski .... producer
Original Music by
Michelangelo La Bionda 
Cinematography by
Silvano Ippoliti 
Film Editing by
Eugenio Alabiso  (as Eugene Ballaby)
Production Design by
Marco Dentici 
Costume Design by
Franco Carretti 
Makeup Department
Maurizio Giustini .... makeup artist (as Maurice St. Just)
Armenio Marroni .... hair stylist (as Ennio Marroni)
Production Management
Josi W. Konski .... production manager
Maurizio Pastrovich .... production manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Babu Subramaniam 'T.R.' .... assistant director
Art Department
Armando Vincenti .... property master
Sound Department
Nick Alexander .... sound editor
Italo Cameracanna .... foley artist
Italo Cameracanna .... sound effects editor
Roberto Petrozzi .... sound mixer (as Bob Petrozzi)
Special Effects by
Dino Galiano .... special effects (as Cass Gillespie)
Jay Amor .... stunts
Camera and Electrical Department
Antonio Annunziata .... assistant camera (as Tony Annunziata)
Ettore Corso .... assistant camera (as Saul Carswell)
Enrico Sasso .... camera operator (as Hank Whitecliff)
Ermanno Serto .... still photographer (as Herman Sertoff)
Gaetano Valle .... camera operator (as Nathaniel Valle)
Other crew
Robert Brodie Booth .... dialogue director (as Robert Booth)
Maria Luisa Rosen .... continuity (as Marisa Rosen)
Jerry Ross .... choreographer

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Also Known As:
"Poliziotto superpiù" - Italy (original title)
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Germany:104 min | Netherlands:107 min | USA:97 min
Color (Technicolor)
Aspect Ratio:
1.66 : 1 See more »
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Did You Know?

Final film of Joanne Dru. NOTE: Her last line in the movie is, "My greatest role. What an ending!".See more »
Revealing mistakes: In the scene where Willy and Dave are rising from the sunken boat to the surface on the bubblegum balloon you can see droplets falling off Willy's chin, proving he is not really under water.See more »
Willy Dunlop:Get 'em up there!See more »
Movie Connections:
Featured in 42nd Street Forever, Volume 1 (2005) (V)See more »
Good Guy, Bad GuySee more »


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16 out of 19 people found the following review useful.
Super Fuzz is awesome, 26 October 2004
Author: flight0001 from Denver, Colorado USA

consider myself a snobbish shaman when it comes to filmy knowledge. When I speak on motion pictures, the words flow from my body as if medicines and elixirs intoxicated me. Be it the opus Zapped! or the classic Killer Klowns from Outer Space, I pride myself on bringing to illumination the forgotten masterpieces of cinema. I bark obscure film knowledge. That is why I am praising the likes of one of the top ten most overlooked films of the early 1980s: Super Fuzz aka Super Snooper aka Poliziotto superpiù.

This comedy, live action, sci-fi/fantasy and action/adventure film even made it to my coveted top 25 Movie Moments list:

19.) The super powers of Officer Dave Speed…Dave becomes able to move objects with the mind force, discover mysterious crimes, jump with no problem from a skyscraper and blow a massively huge bubble from one piece of gum to save he and his friends from a sunken ship. Like most heroes, there is a weakness…the color red. (Super Fuzz, 1980)

This film was a force on late night HBO during my hazy childhood. It played everyday and night. I recorded it on VHS and watched it religiously along with the above-mentioned Zapped!

Super Fuzz was a superhero like no other. Behold his powers! He makes all the people in the Orange Bowl (tens of thousands of people!) disappear into the unknown reaches of time and space with but a thought! The physics and theories behind these mind force powers have serious implications and are staggering. I only aspire to have such mind force powers.

I recently acquired a mint condition vinyl recording of the film's catchy and amazingly plentiful disco theme song 'Super Snooper' by The Oceans:

'He's a super-snooper, Really super-trooper!'

That Ernest Borgnine made the film even better as Sgt. Willy Dunlop.

It is mandatory viewing for any serious student of film. 'Super, Super!'


Terence Hill as Dave Speed, Ernest Borgnine as Sgt. Willy Dunlop, Joanne Dru as Rosy Labouche, Marc Lawrence as Torpedo, Julie Gordon as Evelyn

Sergio Corbucci directed Super Fuzz.

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