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La via della droga ()


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An Italian policeman goes undercover to break up an international heroin smuggling ring and butts heads with a hot-tempered Interpol agent assigned by his agency to do the same task.

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Fabio
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Mike Hamilton
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Vera
Wolfango Soldati ...
Gilo
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Massimo
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Leroy Henchman in All Denim
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Leroy's 3rd-in-Command
Sergio Ruggeri ...
Sergio
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Gianni (as Johnny Loffredo)
Leonardo Scavino ...
Cannabis Dealer (as Leon Lenoir)
Gianni Orlando ...
Leroy
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Detective
Giovanni Bonadonna ...
Bearded Leroy Henchman
Guido Cerniglia ...
Roman Colonel
Antonella Della Porta
Annabella Franchetti
Margherita Horowitz ...
Addict's Mother
Fulvio Mingozzi ...
Customs Officer
Ettore Pigliapoco
Ferdinando Poggi
Giuliano Sestili
Luigi Schiboni
Franco Ukmar ...
Mustached INTERPOL Agent
Clemente Ukmar
Patrizia Webley ...
Blonde Lesbian
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Adolfo Belletti ...
Old Café Owner (uncredited)
Dolores Calò ...
Woman at Airport (uncredited)
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Hitman (uncredited)
Dino Cassio ...
Finanziere all'aeroporto (uncredited)
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Amsterdam Man (uncredited)
Nestore Cavaricci ...
Police Officer (uncredited)
Domenico Cianfriglia ...
Drug Lab Assistant (uncredited)
Giovanni Cianfriglia ...
Drug Lab Worker (uncredited)
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Addict (uncredited)
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Assassin (uncredited)
Roberto Dell'Acqua ...
Luciano (uncredited)
Franco Fantasia ...
Jewelry Store Manager (uncredited)
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Donna al Palazzo di Giustizia (uncredited)
Decio Gabin ...
Man at Airport (uncredited)
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Skeptical Girl (uncredited)
Rocco Lerro ...
Martinez (uncredited)
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(uncredited)
Benito Pacifico ...
Genoese Assassin (uncredited)
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Policeman (uncredited)
Claudio Ruffini ...
Campus Cop (uncredited)
Sergio Soldano ...
Contact (uncredited)
Stefania Spugnini ...
Young Woman (uncredited)
Sergio Ukmar ...
Carabiniere (uncredited)
Claudio Zucchet ...
Man at Airport (uncredited)

Directed by

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Enzo G. Castellari

Written by

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Enzo G. Castellari ... (screenplay)
 
Massimo De Rita ... (screenplay)
 
Massimo De Rita ... (story)
 
Galliano Juso ... (story)

Produced by

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Galliano Juso ... producer

Music by

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Goblin
Agostino Marangolo
Massimo Morante
Fabio Pignatelli
Claudio Simonetti

Cinematography by

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Giovanni Bergamini

Film Editing by

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Gianfranco Amicucci

Editorial Department

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Roberto Amicucci ... assistant editor
Cesarina Casini ... assistant editor

Production Design by

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Corrado Ricercato

Set Decoration by

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Gianfranco De Dominicis

Costume Design by

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Luciano Sagoni

Makeup Department

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Massimo De Rossi ... makeup artist
Maria Luisa Garbini ... hairdresser (as Luisa Garbini)

Production Management

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Maurizio Amati ... director of production
Pasquale Vannini ... unit manager

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Albino Cocco ... assistant director
Giuseppe Giglietti ... second assistant director

Sound Department

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Bruno Moreal ... sound mixer (as Moreal Bruno)
Alvaro Orsini ... boom operator
Carlo Palmieri ... sound recorder

Special Effects by

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Antonio Corridori ... pyrotechnician

Stunts

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Ottaviano Dell'Acqua ... stunts
Rocco Lerro ... stunts
Angelo Ragusa ... stunt coordinator

Camera and Electrical Department

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Giovanni Bergamini ... aerial photography
Sergio Bergamini ... cameraman
Giuseppe Buonaurio ... first assistant camera
Guglielmo Maga ... gaffer
Silvano Michisanti ... chief electrician
Franco Vitale ... still photographer

Other crew

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Salvatore Farese ... cashier
Renata Franceschi ... script girl
Paolo Rampazzo ... production accountant
Giandomenico Stellitano ... production secretary
Geoffrey Copleston ... voice dubbing (uncredited)
Carolyn De Fonseca ... voice dubbing (uncredited)
Michael Forest ... voice dubbing (uncredited)
John Gayford ... voice dubbing (uncredited)
John Karlsen ... voice dubbing (uncredited)
William Kiehl ... voice dubbing (uncredited)
Anthony La Penna ... voice dubbing (uncredited)
Gene Luotto ... dialogue director: english version (uncredited)
Steven Luotto ... voice dubbing (uncredited)
Edward Mannix ... voice dubbing (uncredited)
Ted Rusoff ... voice dubbing (uncredited)
Robert Sommer ... voice dubbing (uncredited)
Robert Spafford ... voice dubbing (uncredited)
Frank von Kuegelgen ... voice dubbing (uncredited)

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Storyline

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Plot Summary

A cold-blooded cop (Fabio Testi) goes undercover to take down an international drug syndicate, but when Interpol agent (David Hemmings) joins the investigation, the case takes a deadly detour into depravity and violence. Can the two tough detectives trapped in a criminal underworld stay alive long enough to ignite a citywide massacre?. Written by wxjuh

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Also Known As
  • The Heroin Busters (World-wide, English title)
  • Action immédiate (France)
  • El camino de la droga (Spain)
  • Pot mamil (Slovenia)
  • La vía de la droga (Colombia)
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  • 100 min
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Did You Know?

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Trivia Fabio Testi was a licensed and experienced pilot and did all of his own aerial stunts. See more »
Quotes Hamilton: Sit down.
Fabio: Yes, Sir
Hamilton: Alright, so who do you work for and who were you bringing the stuff to?
Fabio: Why do you guys choose a place like this? It's so depressing here.
Hamilton: I don't have any time to waste so I'm going to ask you the question again; who do you work for and who were you bringing the stuff to?
Fabio: Whom do you work for. Whom. Nobody. I work for me.
Hamilton: Three kilos?
Fabio: I thought I'd stock up. They told me this stuff was kinda hard to find in Rome. You know, the police, they're so smart.
Hamilton: Yes. They're also good-natured, cultured, patient, and they're all-enduring. So we'll start again. Now, who, whom do you work for? And whom were you bringing the stuff to?
Fabio: I told you; it was for my personal use.
Hamilton: [hitting him and grabbing him by the collar] You defiant, little bastard. Now, you listen to me: I'm quite sure you don't want to end up in one of our jails any more than the next man and I can tell you it's absolute hell in there. Now, you're officially free. You saw me sign that paper. As a matter of fact, you don't even exist. You never have. But you believe me, if you don't decide to talk, I will make it my personal business to see you don't leave here alive. You understand me?
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