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Noi non siamo angeli (1975)

Great comedy western with the usual fight scenes, downhill road race, boxing match, love interests, and a grand prize to make the winners richer than they good possibly imagine.
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Antonio Cantafora ... Angel (as Michael Coby)
Paul L. Smith ... Raphael McDonald (as Paul Smith)
Renato Cestiè Renato Cestiè ... Willy
Woody Strode ... Black Bill
John Ireland ... Mr. Shark
Fiona Florence Fiona Florence ... Linda Sutton
Evelin Kaye Evelin Kaye ... Evelyn Sutton
Franco Pesce Franco Pesce ... Prof. Berberg
Fausta Avelli ... Polly
Walter Villani Walter Villani
Massimo Vanni ... Shark Henchman
Giovanni Bonadonna Giovanni Bonadonna ... Shark Henchman
Franco Ukmar Franco Ukmar ... Shark Henchman
Elio Bonadonna Elio Bonadonna ... Shark Henchman
Augusto Funari Augusto Funari ... Slim, Shark Henchman
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Great comedy western with the usual fight scenes, downhill road race, boxing match, love interests, and a grand prize to make the winners richer than they good possibly imagine.

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Comedy | Western

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Country:

Italy

Language:

Italian

Release Date:

26 September 1975 (Italy) See more »

Also Known As:

We Are No Angels See more »

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Sound Mix:

Mono

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

2.35 : 1
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lovable, sloppy mess.
12 June 2003 | by ownerSee all my reviews

Just watched this baby tonight and its currently fresh in my mind, but slipping away fast so I wanted to record my thoughts. Bud Spencer/Terrence Hill wannabes rig a fight with a large black prize fighter to buy a car in a very lush, green Tuscan-looking Nevada. Their scheme is to compete in a downhill roadrace, the winner of which will get the right to a railroad transport contract, which will apparently make them rich. There are love interests, an infinitely running gag with a toilet, slapstick, lots of bopping of heads, anachronistic greasy mafioso thugs by the score, implications of pedophilia, inexplicable dubbing (probably lazy literal dubbing of Italian colloquialisms), fart humor, and about a hundred tangential story-lines and plot seasonings that make no sense whatsoever.

The score intercuts between hard-rockin 70's fuzzed out guitar and silent era ragtime slapstick score. Half of the camera angles look like they were intended to be shot in 3-D but weren't. There's a man with a steel head and boxing glove, some crazy out-of-the-blue racial slurs, and the whole mess ends with an old-west era hangglider vs. coach and buggy race.

Sure, it's an awful movie and a brazen theft of the Spencer/Hill franchise, but it was so incomprehensibly all over the place, I couldn't help but love it. - Tim League


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