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Blood in the Streets ()

Revolver (original title)
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An Italian official decides to take it upon himself to free his wife after she's taken hostage by ruthless criminals.

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Vito Cipriani
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Milo Ruiz
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Carlotta
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Anna Cipriani
Frédéric de Pasquale ...
Michel Granier
Marc Mazza ...
Police Inspector
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French Lawyer (as René Kolldehoff)
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Kidnapper
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Grappa
Alexander Stephan ...
Jean Daniel (as Gunnar Warner)
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Al Niko
Calisto Calisti ...
Maresciallo Fantuzzi
Steffen Zacharias ...
Joe Lacours (as Steffen Zaccarias)
Michel Bardinet
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Suicidal Prisoner (as Sal Borghese)
Giovanni Pallavicino ...
Kidnapper
Giacomo De Michelis
Amato Garbini
Carla Mancini
Marco Mariani ...
Carlo DeGregori
Jean Degrave ...
Harmakolas (as Jean de Grave)
Franco Moraldi ...
French Police Chief
Ottavio Fanfani ...
Shopkeeper
Gianni Bortolotti ...
Doctor (as Gianni Bortolotto)
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Bernd Stephan ...
(uncredited)

Directed by

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Sergio Sollima ... (directed by)

Written by

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Arduino Maiuri ... (screenplay by) &
Massimo De Rita ... (screenplay by) &
Sergio Sollima ... (screenplay by)

Produced by

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Ugo Santalucia ... producer (uncredited)

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Ennio Morricone ... (music by)

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Aldo Scavarda ... director of photography

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Sergio Montanari ... film editor

Editorial Department

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Giuliano Mattioli ... assistant editor
Roberto Puglisi ... assistant editor
Luciano Vittori ... color timer

Art Direction by

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Carlo Simi

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Carlo Simi

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Carlo Simi

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Massimo De Rossi ... assistant makeup artist
Amato Garbini ... makeup artist
Vanda Piovesan ... hair stylist
Alvaro Rossi ... assistant makeup artist

Production Management

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Hans Brockmann ... production manager: Germany
Alain Darbon ... unit manager
Livio Maffei ... production manager
Vincenzo Mazzucchi ... unit manager

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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André Delacroix ... assistant director
Jobst Neuschaeffer ... assistant director: Germany
Fabrizio Sergenti Castellani ... assistant director (as Fabrizio Castellani)

Art Department

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Guy Maugin ... set dresser
Sergio Palmieri ... assistant art director

Sound Department

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Franco Bassi ... sound recordist
Amedeo Casati ... sound
René Longuet ... sound
Renato Marinelli ... sound effects
Domenico Pasquadibisceglie ... boom operator

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Gianni D'Andrea ... special effects

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Oddone Bernardini ... second camera operator
Divo Cavicchioli ... still photographer
Onofrio Coppola ... grip
Enrico Cortese ... camera operator

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Valeria Sponsali ... wardrobe
Anna Maria Tucci ... wardrobe

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Georgette Darbon ... production secretary
Carmine Del Monaco ... production secretary
Enrico Lucherini ... publicist
Bona Magrini ... script girl
Felicity Mason ... dialogue director
Albino Morandini ... production assistant
Angelo Saragò ... business manager (as Angelo Sarago)
Jacques Schaeffer ... production assistant
Gino Soldi ... production assistant
Cesare Barbetti ... voice dubbing: Alexander Stephan (uncredited)
Pino Colizzi ... voice dubbing: Fabio Testi (uncredited)
Vittoria Febbi ... voice dubbing: Agostina Belli (uncredited)
Nando Gazzolo ... voice dubbing: Frédéric de Pasquale (uncredited)
Pino Locchi ... voice dubbing: Oliver Reed (uncredited)
Massimo Turci ... voice dubbing: Reinhard Kolldehoff (uncredited)

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Plot Summary

An Italian official's wife is kidnapped, and the kidnappers demand that a notorious prisoner be released in order for the man to get his wife back. He gets the man released--but then kidnaps him himself, in order to ensure that the man's colleagues don't kill his wife. Enraged, the gang sets out to free their compatriot and kill the man who took him. Written by frankfob2@yahoo.com

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Taglines The last battle between crime and the law in every major city in the world. See more »
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Also Known As
  • La poursuite implacable (France)
  • In the Name of Love (United States)
  • Blood in the Streets (United States)
  • Die perfekte Erpressung (Germany)
  • Fukushu no Riboruba: Hijo no Hyoteki (Japan)
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  • 111 min
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Did You Know?

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Trivia Director Sergio Sollima said in an interview that Oliver Reed was good to work with until 2 or 3 in the afternoon because then his alcoholism would become difficult to work with. Star Fabio Testi also expressed that it was both exciting and difficult to work with Reed due to his alcoholism, and he would become violent on the set on many occasions. See more »
Goofs In one scene Fabio Testi's character refers to Paola Pitagora's character as Paola instead of Carlotta. See more »
Movie Connections Featured in Revolver: Calling the Shots (2002). See more »
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