Police and gangsters both battle to get hold of a microfilm that contains evidence about a major drug peddling operation.





Cast overview, first billed only:
Teddy Webbs (as Edmund Purdon)
Cleofe Del Cile ...
Peter Wilcox
Sergio Ciani ...
Larry Brenton (as Alan Steel)
Miriam Alex ...
Jane Colman
Enzo Fiermonte ...
Inspector Vernon
Andrea Montchal ...
Larsen (as Andre Montchal)
Giulio Donnini ...
Arab killer
Ettore Ribotta ...
Loredana Mongardini ...
Amina (as Valeria Monghardini)
Valeria Loredana Mongardini ...
Amina (as Valeria Monghardini)
Veronica Sava ...
Miss Denis / Lilian
Lino Murolo ...
Joe Il Maltese
Ignazio Bevilacqua ...
Maltese's henchman
Adriano Fraticelli ...


Police and gangsters both battle to get hold of a microfilm that contains evidence about a major drug peddling operation.

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18 December 1973 (Italy)  »

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Agrio kynigito katharmaton  »

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Fairly poor poliziottesco / spy film fusion
28 July 2014 | by (Edinburgh, Scotland, UK) – See all my reviews

You know an Italian genre pic is going to be obscure when it doesn't even appear to have an English title listed. This is such a film and, having seen it, its obscurity isn't really hard to understand. Set in Tunisia it concerns a microfilm that contains incriminating evidence about a major drug peddling operation; needless to say both the police and gangsters want to get hold of it.

It can perhaps best be described as a poliziottesco with spy film elements. It's typified by quite a messy plot-line unfortunately, with a lot of poorly defined characters with their own agendas. The MacGuffin is of course the microfilm and all of the action revolves around the whereabouts of it. It isn't in truth the most interesting idea for a film and it does mean that things never get all that exciting to be perfectly honest. The direction feels a little slapdash, although the music was at least a little bit distinctive with its amalgam of Italo-cheese with a North African sound. The lead actor is Edmund Purdom who made a fair few low budget genre pictures in Europe at the time and there is also Andrea Montchal who played the corrupt cop Larsen who will be familiar to some from his roles in various Jess Franco films such as Vampyros Lesbos.

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