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Kilink Istanbul'da (1967)

Kilink, the Turkish super anti-hero,who was a lookalike of the Italian comic-strip hero Killing, who was a lookalike of the other Italian super hero Kriminal,opens the long series of Kilink... See full summary »

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Irfan Atasoy ... Orhan 'Uçan Adam'
... Gül
... Prof. Cemil
... Kilink's Lover
... Police chief
... Professor's secretary
Ergun Köknar
... Prof. Maxwell (as Ferudun Çölgeçen)
... Oski
Mete Mert
Enver Dönmez
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Kilink, the Turkish super anti-hero,who was a lookalike of the Italian comic-strip hero Killing, who was a lookalike of the other Italian super hero Kriminal,opens the long series of Kilink installments with this blockbuster cornerstone of the Turkish cinema! The only rival who could possibly stand in his way is no other than... Superman!... Kilink visits Istanbul in order to grab a destructive formula which is in the hands of an once-collaborate scientist,professor Houloussi. He murders him, kidnaps his daughter, tortures her in some gloomy dungeon, and then kidnaps more people and tortures them but still, the formula remains hidden. Meanwhile, the son of professor Houloussi is blessed by a Devinne spirit and turns into Superman! But will he be a worthy opponent to the unbeatable and evasive master of all criminals, Kilink?? Well, at any rate,,be prepared for a delirious,psychedelic,jaw-dropping,sleazy,fierce pandemonium! Written by omayra73@yahoo.com

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25 December 1967 (Turkey)  »

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Killing in Istanbul  »

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Turkish super hero fights crime n' stuff!
2 April 2002 | by See all my reviews

Kilink Istanbul'da (1967) is one of three films starring the Turkish rip-off of Killing, the Italian photo novel rip off of the famous comic strip series Kriminal - are you still following me.

The FANATIK (Turkey) VCD plays grainy black and white but it is still a joy to watch with all its 60's style Turk look, fight scenes, Turkish dialogue, scantily clad women and the man himself.

Also thrown in to the soundtrack is a ton of "borrowed" tracks that you'll just love.


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