Twenty million dollars are going to be transfered from an Arab central bank to a British oil company. Four among the biggest criminal of the world are in charge to rob it. An undefined ... See full summary »

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(as Peter E. Stanley)
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Credited cast:
Roger Browne ...
Anita Sanders ...
Shanda Lear
Sandro Dori ...
Otto Linnemann
Dina De Santis
Daniele Vargas ...
Kaufmann
Tullio Altamura ...
Lodz, Kaufmann's Henchman
Olga Solbelli ...
Madame Angot
Antonietta Fiorito
Angela De Leo
Lucio Casoria
Franco Ressel ...
Elias
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Gianni Baghino ...
(as Giovanni Baghino)
Rosy De Leo
Zuccolo Di Spilimbergo
Lina Franchi ...
Teresa Simona
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Twenty million dollars are going to be transfered from an Arab central bank to a British oil company. Four among the biggest criminal of the world are in charge to rob it. An undefined intelligence agency tries to stop them. An infiltrator is not sure for who is working. A complicate twist is waiting beyond the corner and will include a love affair too. Written by 1felco

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Action | Adventure

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4 August 1967 (Italy)  »

Also Known As:

Assault on the State Treasure  »

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Only hard to catch and to appreciate...

Yes, this is a rare item from Italy, shot in the late sixties, when the heist movies were many around. Not only European but also American and certainly from other places. It is a mix up of light thriller and serious crime flick. Not much action, lots of talk, many clichés and predictable sequences. I admit I saw it in Italian spoken copy, and I don't understand Dio Risi's language...

But I followed this film well enough to say that I saw better in this kind of story.

The score itself - the robbery, I mean - is disappointing for me who saw many movies from this time. See for instance SEVEN GOLDEN MEN, or AD OGNI COSTO, directed by Guliano Montaldo, telling a fantastic caper in Rio De Janeiro. And if the characters are lousy, and the story too, let the caper be fantastic; that's the less the audience may deserve. But the overall atmosphere is not charmless. The music score is pure sixties.

Worth for those who like this kind of features.

And I hope that some Italian users will comment this film better than I just did.


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