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The 10th Victim ()

La decima vittima (original title)
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Some people like violence so much, that they decide to create a club in which human hunts are organized - members being alternately hunters, and prey, until they end up dead.

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Marcello Poletti
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Caroline Meredith
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Olga
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Professor
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Lawyer Rossi
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Rudi
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Lidia Poletti
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Chinese attacker
Evi Rigano ...
Victim
Walter Williams ...
Martin Tibbett
Richard Armstrong ...
Cole
Antonio Ciani
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Masoch Club Manager (uncredited)
Wolfgang Hillinger ...
Baron Von Aschenberg (the second victim) (uncredited)
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Chet (uncredited)
Anita Sanders ...
Relaxatorium Girl (uncredited)
Giovanni Ivan Scratuglia ...
Priest in aeroplane (uncredited)

Directed by

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Elio Petri

Written by

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Robert Sheckley ... (story "The Seventh Victim")
 
Tonino Guerra ... (screenplay) &
Giorgio Salvioni ... (screenplay) &
Ennio Flaiano ... (screenplay) (as Ennio Flajano) &
Elio Petri ... (screenplay)
 
Ernesto Gastaldi ... (screenplay collaboration) (uncredited)

Produced by

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Carlo Ponti ... producer
Joseph E. Levine ... executive producer (uncredited)

Music by

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Piero Piccioni

Cinematography by

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Gianni Di Venanzo

Film Editing by

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Ruggero Mastroianni

Production Design by

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Piero Poletto

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Giovanni Checchi
Dario Micheli

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Giulio Coltellacci

Makeup Department

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Giuseppe Banchelli ... makeup artist: Mastroianni
Lina Cassini ... hair stylist

Production Management

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Claudio Mancini ... production supervisor
Alfredo Melidoni ... production supervisor
Jone Tuzi ... production manager

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Berto Pelosso ... assistant director

Sound Department

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Carlo Palmieri ... sound recordist
Emilio Rosa ... sound
Ennio Sensi ... sound

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Pasqualino De Santis ... camera operator (as Pasquale De Santis)
Mario Masini ... assistant camera

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Enrico Sabbatini ... assistant costume designer

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Piero Piccioni ... conductor

Script and Continuity Department

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Renata Clerici ... script supervisor (as Renata Clarici)

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Mickey Knox ... dialogue consultant: English (as Mikey Knox)
Joseph E. Levine ... presenter
Adriano Pagani ... production secretary
Giorgio Russo ... production secretary
Maria Pia Di Meo ... voice dubbing: Ursula Andress (uncredited)
Saul Kahan ... unit publicist (uncredited)
Gino Landi ... choreographer (uncredited)
Pino Locchi ... voice dubbing: Massimo Serato (uncredited)
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Plot Summary

A campy futuristic tale where people hunt one another for sport. In this film, Victim and Hunter run around Italy trying to score a kill in front of the movie crews they arranged so they could make commercials from the footage. Written by

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Taglines It's the 21st century and they have a licence to kill. See more »
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Also Known As
  • La dixième victime (France)
  • The 10th Victim (United States)
  • The Tenth Victim (Ireland, English title)
  • The Tenth Victim (United Kingdom)
  • La víctima número diez (Spain)
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  • 92 min
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Trivia Ursula Andress was cast only after Ann-Margret was forced to withdraw due to too many commitments with other studios. See more »
Movie Connections Edited into Marcello, una vita dolce (2006). See more »
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Quotes Narrator: A study of history confirms the validity of the Big Hunt theory: it is mankind's safety valve. And if in 1940 the Big Hunt had existed, Hitler would've been a member and we could have avoided WWII. Now all is resolved, wars are over, and the violent instincts of man can now be expressed by a single and set competition.
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