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Kilink: Strip and Kill (1967)

Kilink soy ve öldür (original title)
The 3rd of the long Kilink series picks up exactly where the 2nd film (KILINK UCAN ADAMA KARSI) left off. This time Kilink is between 2 rival gangs and manages to turn one against the other... See full summary »


Yilmaz Atadeniz


Yilmaz Atadeniz




Cast overview, first billed only:
Yildirim Gencer ... Kilink
Suzan Avci ... Selma
Reha Yurdakul
Devlet Devrim
Cahit Irgat
Sevda Nur Sevda Nur
Süha Dogan ... Kerim
Meriç Basaran
Tansu Sayin Tansu Sayin
Necati Er Necati Er
Askin Dilek Askin Dilek
Tevfik Soyulgan Tevfik Soyulgan
Lütfü Engin Lütfü Engin ... Lütfü (as Lütfi Engin)
Kudret Karadag
Behçet Nacar Behçet Nacar ... Kerim'in Adami


The 3rd of the long Kilink series picks up exactly where the 2nd film (KILINK UCAN ADAMA KARSI) left off. This time Kilink is between 2 rival gangs and manages to turn one against the other. All of them are after a precious microfilm and a big foreign treasure. Kilink proves to be the most perfect Fantomas of them all, changing disguises more often than he changes socks. At the same time, it's raining gorgeous ladies all over the place. Most of them rivals....All of them falling for him or off balconies, pushed by him. In a brilliant sequence, he punches a treacherous pussycat, strangles her with his bare hands and chucks her off a balcony. The film features the classic torture-the-tied-woman scenes. In one of them, even a snake is used for a quicker confession. Endless shootouts, car chases, murders, beat ups and plot twists make this sequel one of the best Turkish auctioneers ever. This time, our anti-hero proves to be a real HERO in at least one instance! But above all he proves to... Written by omayra73@yahoo.com

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1967 (Turkey) See more »

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Atadeniz Film,Gür Film See more »
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Edited into Kizil maske (1968) See more »

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A more conventional Kilink is somehow less fun
28 August 2005 | by dbborroughsSee all my reviews

The first Kilink film (Kilink in Istanbul) is a fantastic thrill ride of action sex violence and silliness. When I saw it I sat there with my mouth open amazed at the "throw everything into it the mix" nature of the movie. There was no reason any of it should have worked, but it did in spades. I was so excited by the prospect of seeing another film in the series I picked up a copy of the third film even though it was sans subtitles.

The plot of the film has Kilink, again back from the dead, playing off two bands of gangsters against each other. The police also join the battles once they realize that the super criminal is not as dead as they thought. There are shoot outs, fist fights and seductions in the typical Kilink style as our hero attempts to get whatever he's after this time (without subtitles it was hard to tell what it was). Its a Turkish version of Yojimbo or Fistful of Dollars.

Kilink Strip and Kill is a disappointment, or is at least without subtitles. The problem is not that there isn't the over the top violence and behavior, there is, there's just less of it. The problem here is that the film has a good number of scenes with just dialog, where nothing but talk happens. I'm sure had I had a subtitled print this would have played better, but it didn't and I kept wanting to reach for the fast forward. I know that part of the problem is that since the film is also sans supernatural/superhero elements the film seems to be just another gangster film, but with a protagonist in a full skeleton costume. I liked the wild elements of the first film and was slightly disappointment that they weren't here to spice things up.

If you've seen other Kilink films give this one a try, although try to hold out for one with proper subtitles. Its not bad, its just hard to follow with out them, hence my rating of six. I know that should I be able to find a subtitled print I will be very happy to try this again.

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