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Süpermenler (1979)

The German professor tries out his time machine in Turkey. Everybody is after this new invention - Superman Detective Murat, his cheating colleagues Atak and Matrak as well as the mob ... See full summary »

Director:

Italo Martinenghi

Writers:

Bitto Albertini (as Adalberto Albertini), Tony Corti (as Toni Corti) | 3 more credits »
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Cüneyt Arkin ... Murat (as George Arkins)
Ünsal Emre Ünsal Emre ... Agata's Lover
Aldo Canti ... Atak (as Nick Jordan)
Güngör Bayrak Güngör Bayrak ... Agata Jackson
Sal Borgese ... Matrak
Ali Sen ... Professor Vok van Vong
Aldo Sambrell ... Baba Jackson (as Aldo Sanbrell)
Neriman Köksal ... Mrs. Jackson
Andrea Guzon Andrea Guzon ... Nurse (as Andrea Gusson)
Tony Corti Tony Corti ... Yavsak (as Toni Corti)
Renan Fosforoglu ... Doctor
Turgut Özatay ... Jackson Thug
Hakki Kivanç ... Jackson Thug #2
Süheyl Egriboz ... Jackson Thug #3
Kudret Karadag ... Jackson Thug #4
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The German professor tries out his time machine in Turkey. Everybody is after this new invention - Superman Detective Murat, his cheating colleagues Atak and Matrak as well as the mob leader. Agatha, the daughter of the mob leader, steals heroin with her father's man. The mob leader wants to detect their place by the time machine. Murat, Matrak and Atak struggle for the machine, but the machine blows up, the Professor loses his memory. Atak and Matrak kidnap him. The professor repairs the machine and writes the formula down, the machine is forwarded to the gangster's ship but the three supermen catch them. Everything is back to order and the future of the world is safe now. Written by omayra73@yahoo.com

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Comedy | Crime | Sci-Fi

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Goofs

Day changes to night and back and forth, repeatedly in the same scene. See more »

Quotes

Il Padrino: Shut up! I'm the boss of this family!
Il Padrino's Wife: Yes, and that's why everything always goes wrong!
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Connections

Follows 3 Supermen a Tokio (1968) See more »

Soundtracks

Siamo I 3 Supermen
Performed by Ernesto Brancucci
Lyrics by Italo Martinenghi & Tony Corti (as Tony Blond)
Music by Nico Fidenco
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Strictly kid's stuff
14 December 2010 | by gridoon2020See all my reviews

Apparently the "3 Fantastic Supermen" series, which began in 1967, lasted for nearly 20 years, and the actors playing the 3 title roles often changed from film to film. In this one, Nick Jordan, who played the mute Superman who's always making annoying noises 12 years earlier, is now a different Superman; series regular Sal Borgese is the mute one; and prolific Turkish star Cüneyt Arkin is the FBI agent who also dons the cape occasionally. The number of action scenes is relatively decreased, probably because none of the stars were getting any younger; you can't expect Jordan to flip and roll virtually the whole time like he did in 1967. Kids will probably still be amused by the totally unsophisticated slapstick comedy and the Supermen's gravity-defying abilities; adults will only tolerate this movie if they are in the proper mood. One element everyone can enjoy is the silly but catchy music score. ** out of 4.


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Country:

Italy | Spain | Turkey

Language:

Turkish

Release Date:

1979 (Turkey) See more »

Also Known As:

3 Supermen Against Godfather See more »

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Color (Eastmancolor)
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