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Attila flagello di Dio (1982)

The misadventures of Attila and his band of barbarians as they take up arms against the Roman Empire in their native Milano.

Directors:

Franco Castellano (as Castellano), Giuseppe Moccia (as Pipolo)

Writers:

Mario Cecchi Gori (story), Franco Castellano (as Castellano) | 1 more credit »
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Diego Abatantuono Diego Abatantuono ... Aldarico / Attila
Rita Rusic Rita Rusic ... Uraia
Angelo Infanti Angelo Infanti ... Fusco Cornelio
Enrico Antonelli Enrico Antonelli ... Centurione al ponte
Armando Marra Armando Marra ... Silone
Franz Di Cioccio Franz Di Cioccio ... Gallo
Vincenzo Crocitti Vincenzo Crocitti ... Osvaldo
Mauro Di Francesco Mauro Di Francesco ... Ferdulfo
Francesco Salvi ... Barbaro Grippo
Tony Kendall ... Serpicio (as Luciano Stella)
Iris Peynado ... Columbia
Toni Ucci ... Fabio Massimo
Elsa Vazzoler Elsa Vazzoler ... Cornaia
Anna Kanakis ... Sirena Ammaliatrice
Mario Pedone Mario Pedone ... Godmar
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The misadventures of Attila and his band of barbarians as they take up arms against the Roman Empire in their native Milano.

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The scene with the Gaul warrior in chains is a nod to a car commercial from 1981, which showed a Renault 18 breaking free from chains in a roman arena. This commercial was directed by Sergio Leone, with music from Ennio Morricone. See more »

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Need to be put in context
14 October 2003 | by ghotzSee all my reviews

Yes, this is film may be seen as trash, it's certainly a b-movie, but I think it needs to be put in the right context.

Most friends aged between 30 and 35 still remember most of the gags by memory and every time we talk about films at the pub, when we get to Italian commedies, it is mentioned (and everyone starts repeating all the gags).

I'm pretty sure there are a lot of Italian guys, from at least one generation, that consider this film a cult.

I agree, however, that if you don't fit in the above group you will just find it plainly stupid.

For what is worth, I think that the film has been re-mastered and that it should be available (at least in Italy)


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Country:

Italy

Language:

Italian

Release Date:

22 December 1982 (Italy) See more »

Also Known As:

Attila See more »

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Intercapital See more »
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Aspect Ratio:

1.85 : 1
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