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minikillers (1969)



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Cast overview:
Karate Journalist
Smuggler Boss with the Deadly Dolls
Moisés Augusto Rocha ...
Bowled henchman (as Jack Rocha)
H. Coscollin ...
Henchman with rifle
Mme. Million ...
Girlfried of Smuggler Boss
El Sali ...
Himself - Flamenco Dancer


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Short | Action | Crime






Release Date:

August 1969 (West Germany)  »

Also Known As:

minikillers - Flamenco  »

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Technical Specs


(4 parts, 7 mins each)


(black and white version available as well)|
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Did You Know?


The only full copy of the movie was found with cameraman Josef Kaufmann in his hometown Cologne/Germany. This 16 mm copy has sound. The S-8 mm copies for publishing are without sound. See more »

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Painful to Watch/Listen!
6 January 2010 | by See all my reviews

The only good thing about this little film series is looking at Diana Rigg. The producers must have been trying to capitalize on The Avengers, as this series was released a year after her stint on the show was over. She does look good, but the plot, writing, and production value are so poor that one can only take this for a couple of minutes before having to hit the eject button. And the music--like someone is driving nails into your ears! At first I thought the sound was so bad because it was on a VCR cassette, but I was mistaken. The music used for each scene truly hurts ones ears. Many of the scenes were shot on Spain's Costa Brava. Unfortunately, the attractive scenery of the Costa Brava cannot help this disaster of a film. What was Diana thinking when she accepted this role? Oh my....

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