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Chissà perché... capitano tutte a me (1980)

Bud Spencer is, as always, getting into fights - especially after getting a job as sheriff. He's looking after a small boy who's actually an extraterrestrial with special abilities thus the military wants him. Bud's got his hands full.

Director:

Michele Lupo

Writers:

Marcello Fondato (story), Francesco Scardamaglia (story) | 2 more credits »
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Bud Spencer ... Sheriff Hall
Cary Guffey ... H7-25 (aka Charlie Warren)
Ferruccio Amendola Ferruccio Amendola ... Howard, City Mayor
Robert Hundar ... Alien Boss
John Bartha ... Police Chief
Carlo Reali Carlo Reali ... Lieutenant Turner
Giancarlo Bastianoni Giancarlo Bastianoni ... One of the Brother's Dynamite / Masked Hooligan / Alien
Giovanni Cianfriglia Giovanni Cianfriglia ... Alien
Ottaviano Dell'Acqua ... Cop
Paolo Figlia Paolo Figlia ... One of the Brother's Dynamite
Lorenzo Fineschi Lorenzo Fineschi ... Second Woodcutter
Clayton Landey ... Drunk in bar
Amedeo Leurini Amedeo Leurini ... Bar Patron
Enzo Maggio Enzo Maggio ... Cop (as Vincenzo Maggio)
Lawrence Montaigne ... Military Sergeant
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Storyline

Bud Spencer is, as always, getting into fights - especially after getting a job as sheriff. He's looking after a small boy who's actually an extraterrestrial with special abilities thus the military wants him. Bud's got his hands full.

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Trivia

The English name for the movie is "Why'd you have to pick on me?". See more »

Goofs

When the sheriff gets out of the pickup at his future home no one is around. In the next scene there are two riders on the road. See more »

Quotes

Sheriff Hall: But remember, when a man doesn't keep his promise here on Earth...
H7-25 (aka Charlie Warren):
  • He gets disintegrated?

Sheriff Hall: Disintegrated? No, if that were the case there'd be hardly be anybody left around.
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Alternate Versions

The Italian cut differs quite a bit from the American cut, released in various parts of the world. These are a few scenes that do not appear in some cuts of the film:
  • After the scene at the military base where they locate H7-25. The opening credits begin in a church with a lot of children (including Cary Guffey) singing "Holy night". After that, the Sheriff appears dressed as Santa Claus. Then we cut the scene of the helicopters arriving to the Sheriff's house.
  • When H7-25 takes the Sheriff's car, the Sheriff stops an old woman's convertible. While we see H7-25 arriving at the military restricted area, protected by a metal door, which opens with his black devise.
  • After the Sheriff and H7-25 are thrown out by the military after the fight with the woodcutters, the Sheriff and the kid have a little conversation before moving on to the bar scene.
  • After the fight at the bar with the "Dynamite Brothers", the Sheriff appears in the forest looking for H7-25 which he finds in a puddle of mud unconscious. From there we go to the scene of H7-25 sick in bed.
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Soundtracks

Pride of the Wolverines
Music by John Philip Sousa
(uncredited)
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Great movie of my childhood
2 November 2006 | by mddragosSee all my reviews

I've seen this movie as a continuation of The Sheriff and the Satellite Kid when I was a kid also - 1980+ probably and they remained in my memory as a childhood fantasy. I've been searching for them for few years now, but it seems they're available only as used dvds or vcrs. I'd like to buy new ones ... These great movies and their kind are being forgotten ... so pity... One of the big attraction in the movie(s) is the ET device used by the alien child (occasionally even by Bud Spencer) to move things in a kinetic way. It's like a magic ring from fairy tales has been replaced with a hi-tech one...

Just a few thoughts, in the middle of the night.


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Country:

Italy

Language:

Italian | English

Release Date:

11 December 1980 (West Germany) See more »

Also Known As:

Everything Happens to Me See more »

Filming Locations:

Monroe, Georgia

Company Credits

Production Co:

Leone Film See more »
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Sound Mix:

Mono

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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