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Un killer per sua maestà (1968)

PG | | Action | 12 April 1968 (Italy)
Shrewd and evasive ex-Nazi and top assassin Oscar Snell is determined to rub out the King of Kafiristan. Snell's sole weakness is his sweet tooth; he leaves candy wrappers at the scene of ... See full summary »

Directors:

Federico Chentrens (as Richard Owens), Maurice Cloche
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Kerwin Mathews ... Mark
Marilù Tolo ... Sylva
Venantino Venantini ... Costa
Ann Smyrner
Riccardo Garrone ... Nicolo
Werner Peters ... Guardino
Gordon Mitchell ... Toni
Bruno Cremer ... Oscar Snell
Lukas Ammann Lukas Ammann ... Faoud
Sieghardt Rupp
Alain Saury Alain Saury ... Le général
James Mishler James Mishler
Fabienne Dali ... Veronica, Guardino's Girl
Umberto Raho
Giuseppe Addobbati Giuseppe Addobbati ... Conte
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Shrewd and evasive ex-Nazi and top assassin Oscar Snell is determined to rub out the King of Kafiristan. Snell's sole weakness is his sweet tooth; he leaves candy wrappers at the scene of his every crime. It's up to no-nonsense CIA agent Mark Stone to find Snell and stop him before it's too late. Written by Woodyanders

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A Paid Assassin Stalks His Prey ...

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Action

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Country:

Italy | France | West Germany

Language:

Italian

Release Date:

12 April 1968 (Italy) See more »

Also Known As:

The Killer Likes Candy See more »

Filming Locations:

Rome, Lazio, Italy

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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:

Mono

Color:

Color (Technicolor)

Aspect Ratio:

2.35 : 1
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There's a spy in my pasta
19 February 2004 | by Andrew LeavoldSee all my reviews

For those who like their pasta cheesy: a 60s French-Italian-German pulp thriller filmed at the tail end of the Euro spy craze (1964-1968), and loaded with warped camera angles and great bongo-driven muzak that kicks in at totally inappropriate moments. Top agent OSS117 `Angel Face" (Kerwin Matthews) is assigned to protect a Eurasian monarch from a ruthless assassin, a glassy-eyed ex-Gestapo officer who leaves a candy wrapper at the scene of every hit. Damn, these spaghetti merchants keep finding novel settings for their genre punchups - this time round a karate fight at a meatworks (one guy gets covered in a bucket of pig's blood!) and ending in a shootout amidst a truckload of crumbling skeletons in the Rome catacombs.


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