When a shipment of heroin disappears between Italy and New York, a small-time pimp in Milan is framed for the theft. Two professional hitmen are dispatched from New York to find him, but ... See full summary »
Nick Hezard, a young con man, wants to avenge the death of a friend of his and organizes a swindle trying to cheat Robert Turner, an American businessman he thinks responsible for his ... See full summary »
Fernando Di Leo
Lee J. Cobb,
God casts Adam and Eve out of the Garden of Eden because Eve decided to have a fling with a visiting Cro-Magnon named Bearkiller. The disgraced couple find themselves on the outside up against an assortment of various dinosaurs, flying monsters and cannibals.
Bit of a disappointment this and its a shame because it looks so good and with such a good score by Stelvio Cipriani it sounds good too. Franco Gasparri is charismatic and effective in the lead role and the dialogue is good and snappy. Its just that there could have been a bit more going on, a bit more action or involving background. The bad guys led by Lee J Cobb are a mixed bunch and do not really convince and Sara Sperati as the non love interest is a waste of space. I think all the emphasis upon her drug addiction is because we are supposed to get involved here and feel sorry for the girl, unfortunately we don't. So all left to Gasparri and its asking far too much. With so many bad guys about the place we could have had a bit more action, rather than chat and visits to the race track.
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