An old man, a sort of street photo catcher, is killed by hoodlums who threw him from a roof. Those hoods take his wallet with his ID inside, go to his flat and search every where. Baretta, who is on the case, is helped by the grand son of the diseased. You have already got that the man was killed because of the pictures he took with his camera. Probably more than illegal activities. That's not an exceptional story, but comfortable to watch, good entertainment and the usual Baretta disguise tricks. I have seen better in Baretta stuff. Directed by Bernie Kowalski, the "house" film maker for this series for which he was the producer.
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