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Ordine firmato in bianco (1974)

A gang raid a bank, making off with a nice tidy sum and head off to a hideout in the mountains to take refuge, with a few women in tow to keep them company. Soon these robbers start being killed by an unknown black-gloved figure.

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... Michel Werther
Paola Arduini ... Santina
Lucy Chevalier ... Lucia Salvemini
Ivano Davoli
Giovanni De Angelis ... (as Gianni De Angelis)
... Teresa
Enrico Manera ... Patrick Consalvo (as Joseph Logan)
Gianni Manera ... Luca Albanese
Antonio Monselesan ... (as Tony Norton)
Alessandro Perrella
Mario Pisu ... Attorney General
Ettore Ribotta
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A gang raid a bank, making off with a nice tidy sum and head off to a hideout in the mountains to take refuge, with a few women in tow to keep them company. Soon these robbers start being killed by an unknown black-gloved figure.

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Crime | Thriller

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13 November 1974 (Italy)  »

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Orders Signed in White  »

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2.35 : 1
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Ordine firmato in bianco
Written by Gianni Manera / Carlo Savina
Performed by Lucy Chevalier
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An obscure Italian giallo with political undertones
30 October 2014 | by See all my reviews

The Italian Mafia imports a New York gangster to spearhead an important heist but when an innocent bystander gets killed, he and his gang must hole up in a remote hunting lodge where a black-gloved killer starts taking them out one by one and painting their foreheads white.

Most murder mysteries end when the killer's unmasked but in this giallo- cum-political thriller, that's when the twists kick in. Made during "the leaden years" (an Italian term for the 1970s when political corruption, terrorism, and violent protests dominated the news), ORDERS SIGNED IN WHITE pulls no punches in its depiction of a venal judicial system in league with the criminals it's supposed to prosecute. One character's even referred to as "a citizen above suspicion" but as important as that guy was, he's only the tip of a rancid iceberg. What's interesting, too, is that there's really no "good guys" to root for since all the characters are morally bankrupt at best. Portly director Gianni Manera also stars (a bad choice) but other than that, it's very good and there's even a lesbian sex scene.


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