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A small-time homicidal maniac kidnaps the daughter of a rich man, prompting a hardened detective to work outside the law to pursue him.

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Giulio Sacchi
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Commissario Walter Grandi
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Marilù Porrino / Mary Lou Porrino
Gino Santercole ...
Vittorio
Mario Piave ...
Grandi's Assistant
Luciano Catenacci ...
Ugo Majone
Pippo Starnazza ...
Papà
Lorenzo Piani ...
Gianni - Marilù's Boyfriend
Joris Muzio ...
Giulio's Lawyer (as Muzio Joris)
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Marta
Franco Ferrari ...
Brambilla
Francesco D'Adda ...
Romano
Annie Carol Edel ...
Marta's friend (as Annie Edel)
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Police Inspector with glasses
Tom Felleghy ...
Judge Rossi
Elsa Boni ...
Papa's Wife
Vittorio Pinelli ...
One of Maione's thugs
Tony Raccosta ...
One of Maione's thugs
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One of Maione's thugs
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Iona Tucci
Guido Alberti ...
Mr. Porrino - Marilù's father
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Carmine
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Giancarlo Busi ...
Cop Killed by Sacchi (uncredited)
Nestore Cavaricci ...
Police agent (uncredited)
Alfonso Giganti ...
Policeman (uncredited)
Mariano Laurenti ...
Sacchi's Advocat (uncredited)
Nello Pazzafini ...
One of Maione's Thugs (uncredited)
Claudio Sforzini ...
Friend of Giulio in Bar (uncredited)
Maurizio Streccioni ...
Police Photographer (uncredited)

Directed by

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Umberto Lenzi

Written by

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Ernesto Gastaldi ... (story and screenplay)

Produced by

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Luciano Martino ... producer

Music by

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Ennio Morricone

Cinematography by

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Federico Zanni

Film Editing by

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Eugenio Alabiso

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Amedeo Moriani ... assistant editor
Luciano Vittori ... color consultant

Costume Design by

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Luciano Sagoni

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Fausto De Lisio ... hair stylist
Franco Di Girolamo ... makeup artist
Maurizio Trani ... assistant makeup artist

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Biagio Angelini ... production supervisor
Gianfranco Couyoumdjian ... production manager
Elio Di Pietro ... production manager

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Alessandro Metz ... assistant director

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Luchino Oltrona Visconti ... assistant production designer (as Luchino Oltrana Visconti)
Antonio Visone ... set designer

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Bruno Moreal ... sound mixer
Roberto Petrozzi ... sound
Corrado Volpicelli ... boom operator

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Giuseppe Carozza ... special effects

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Roberto Belli ... gaffer
Giorgio Garibaldi Schwarze ... still photographer
Mario Pastorini ... assistant camera
Elio Polacchi ... camera operator

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Sergio Marcotulli ... music recordist
Ennio Morricone ... instrumentation
Bruno Nicolai ... conductor

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Mirella Malatesta ... continuity

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Joseph Brenner ... presenter
Luciano Martino ... presenter
Angelo Saragò ... administrator (as Angelo Sarago) / cashier (as Angelo Sarago)
Beniamino Sterpetti ... production secretary
Carlo Alighiero ... voice dubbing (uncredited)
Ferruccio Amendola ... voice dubbing: Tomas Milian (uncredited)
Cesare Barbetti ... voice dubbing: Mario Piave (uncredited)
Luciano De Ambrosis ... voice dubbing: Giuseppe Castellano (uncredited)
Marvin Drake ... voice dubbing (uncredited)
Sergio Fiorentini ... voice dubbing: Luciano Catenacci (uncredited)
Michael Forest ... voice dubbing (uncredited)
Michele Gammino ... voice dubbing: Gino Santercole (uncredited)
Nando Gazzolo ... voice dubbing: Henry Silva (uncredited)
Antonio Guidi ... voice dubbing: Pippo Starnazza (uncredited)
Richard McNamara ... voice dubbing (uncredited)
Paila Pavese ... voice dubbing: Anita Strindberg (uncredited)
Carlo Romano ... voice dubbing: Guido Alberti (uncredited)
Ted Rusoff ... voice dubbing (uncredited)
Robert Sommer ... voice dubbing (uncredited)
Massimo Turci ... voice dubbing: Ray Lovelock (uncredited)
Frank von Kuegelgen ... voice dubbing (uncredited)

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Plot Summary

Guilio Sacchi, an underworld leader in crime, is about to rise above the rank of mafia hit-man to the most savage killer in Milan. He kidnaps the daughter of a wealthy business man, planning to live a life of luxury with the ransom he collects. In the course of obtaining the money, Guilio finds it necessary to mercilessly slaughter anyone who gets in his way as the city's death toll increases by the minute. Walter Grandi is a frustrated police chief who's seen too many innocent people die by Guilio's hands. Determined to exterminate Guilio and his men, Grandi attempts to convict the vicious criminal only to realize he can never obtain the necessary proof. Finally, Grandi must transgress the rules of his profession to stop Sacchi's ruthless reign of terror. Written by Prism Entertainment

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Taglines He raped, tortured, killed... and loved every minute of it! See more »
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Also Known As
  • Almost Human (United States)
  • The Death Dealer (United States)
  • The Death Dealer (Canada, English title)
  • The Kidnap of Mary Lou (United States)
  • The Executioner (World-wide, English title)
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  • 99 min
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Did You Know?

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Trivia Marc Porel was originally offered the role of Giulio Sacchi. Director Umberto Lenzi had a meeting with him and found him to be "unreliable from both a human and professional point of view." Lenzi told the producer "It's him or me." The producer asked Lenzi if Tomas Milian was OK. Milian's conditions were reasonable so he got the part. See more »
Movie Connections Featured in An Enraged New World (2002). See more »

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