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BACO DA SETA (1974) Also known as: "The Silkworm." Rare giallo from director Mario Sequi. Starring George Hilton, Nadja Tiller, Riccardo Garrone, Evi Marandi, Mario Feliciani, Guy Madison, Osvaldo Ruggieri, and others. Dubbed in Italian, with no subtitles. (B/B-).
BADESSA DI CASTRO, LA (1974) Historical drama starring Barbara Bouchet, Pier Paolo Capponi, Ida Galli, Antonio Cantafora, and others. Directed by Armando Crispino. Dubbed in Italian, with English subtitles. (A-/B).
BADI (1983) Turkish sci-fi flick, which is a rip-off of "E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial." Starring Cengiz Sayhan, Tolga Sonmez, Orhan Cagman, Tuncer Sevi, and others. Directed by Zafer Par. Dubbed in Turkish, with no subtitles. (B/B-).
BALBOA, CONQUISTADOR OF THE PACIFIC (1963) Frank Latimore is cast as Balboa, the heroic Spanish explorer who discovers the Pacific Ocean. Along the way, he must pacify the wrath of his enemies and battle his way through a forest inhabited by savage natives. Carlos Casaravilla, Pilar Cansino, and Rafaela Aparicio, also star in this colorful Spanish-Italian production. Directed by Jose Maria Elorrieta. This print is much longer and clearer than any version previously offered. Dubbed in English, with no subtitles. (A/A-).
BALEARI OPERAZIONE ORO (1966) Original title: "Zarabanda Bing Bing." Italian print of this rare spy action thriller starring Jacques Sernas, Daniela Bianchi, Marilu' Tolo, Venantino Venantini, and others. Directed by Jose Maria Forque. Dubbed in Italian, with no subtitles. (A/A-).
BALSAMUS, L'UOMO DI SATANA (1970) Also known as: "Blood Relations." Oddball horror film about a sinister dwarf. Starring Bob Tonelli, Greta Vayan, Gianni Cavina, and others. Directed by Pupi Avati. Dubbed in Italian, with no subtitles. (B/B-).
BANDA CASAROLI, LA (1962) Hard-to-find crime drama starring Renato Salvatori, Tomas Milian, Gabriele Tinti, Jean-Claude Briali, and others. Directed by Florestano Vancini. Dubbed in Italian, with no subtitles. (B/B-).
BANDA VALLANZASCA, LA (1978) Rare crime/ action thriller starring Stefania D'Amario, Enzo Pulcrano, Antonella Dogan, Franco Garofalo, and others. Directed by Mario Bianchi. Dubbed in Italian, with no subtitles. (B/B-).
BANDIT, THE (1946) Original title: "Il Bandito." Nicely done film-noir crime from director Alberto Lattuada. Amedeo Nazzari plays a soldier who, returning from the war, finds that his sister has become a prostitute. After Nazzari kills the pimp, he's forced to go into hiding, and joins up with a criminal organization that pulls big heists. Also stars Carlo Campanini, Mino Doro, Folco Lulli, and others. Dubbed in Italian, with English subtitles. (A-/B).
BANDITS IN MILAN (1968) Also known as: "The Violent Four." Highly sought-after Italian crime, which casts Tomas Milian as a cop in charge of a massive hunt for four violent bank robbers. Loads of action, car chases, and more. Also stars Gian Maria Volonte, Ray Lovelock, Don Backy, Ezio Sancrotti, and others. Directed by Carlo Lizzani. Dubbed in English. (B/B-).
BANG! BANG! YOU'RE DEAD (1966) Also known as: "Our Man in Marrakesh." One of six travelers catching the bus from Casablanca to Marrakesh is carrying $2 million to pay a local operator to fix United Nations votes. But which one? Spy/action sizzler starring Tony Randall, Senta Berger, Klaus Kinski, Margaret Lee, and others. Directed by Don Sharp. Dubbed in English. (A-/B).
BARABBAS (1961) Big budget sword-and-sandal epic set around the story of Barabbas, the Jewish rebel who was set free instead of Christ. Following his release, Barabbas struggles with his identity, and after numerous hardships and adventures, ends up fighting in the arena as a Christian martyr. This spectacle runs over two hours. Starring Anthony Quinn, Vittorio Gassman, Valentina Cortese, Katy Jurado, Jack Palance, and others. Directed by Richard Fleischer. Letterboxed. Dubbed in English. (A-/B).
BARCELONA KILL (1971) Original title: "La Razzia." Mid-grade Spanish crime drama starring Linda Hayden, Simon Andreu, Maximo Valverde, Silvia Solar, and others. Directed by Jose Antonio de la Loma. Dubbed in English. (B/B-).
BATTLE BENEATH THE EARTH (1967) Also known as: "Battle Beneath the Sea." Excellent British sci-fi thriller. A Chinese general goes berserk and has a system of tunnels made all the way from China to USA, under the Pacific Ocean! Wherever there is an important military base, he places atomic bombs. Starring Kerwin Mathews, Vivienne Ventura, Robert Ayres, Peter Arne, and others. Directed by Montgomery Tully. Dubbed in English. (A/A-).
BATWOMAN (1968) Original title: "La Mujer Murcielago." A mad scientist desires to create a race of supermen. He uses the glands of wrestlers because they are "perfect". When wrestlers start winding up dead all over Acapulco, the call goes out for that mysterious crime fighter BATWOMAN! Rene Cardona directs this entirely wacked-out Mexican entry starring Maura Monti, Roberto Canedo, Crox Alvarado, and others. Dubbed in Spanish, with English subtitles. (A-/B).
BEATRICE CENCI (1956) At long last! We're pleased to announce that we now have an upgraded version of this impossible-to-find costume adventure/drama from director Riccardo Freda. Previous versions were rubbish, but this is in broadcast quality, from an original master obtained from a defunct licensing company in Italy. Now you can enjoy this film the way it was meant to be enjoyed. In Renaissance Italy, a girl plots to kill her tyrannical father, and is subsequently condemned to death. Starring Gino Cervi, Micheline Presle, Fausto Tozzi, Anthony Steffen, and others. Dubbed in Italian, with no subtitles. Upgrade!! (A/A-).
BEATRICE CENCI (1969) Considered by some to be Lucio Fulci's best film, and now available in a very nice quality letterboxed print. Set in 17th Century Italy, Beatrice Cenci is the teenage daughter of the crazed landowner and nobleman Francesco Cenci, who keeps her locked up in the dungeon of his castle and abuses her as well. Beatrice, with the aid of a young bandit, soon forms a plot to murder Francesco. Starring Adrienne Larussa, Tomas Milian, Georges Wilson, and others. Dubbed in English. (A-/B).
BECKETT AFFAIR, THE (1966) A retired South American general becomes the object of a massive CIA investigation after rumors of his criminal activities come to light. A suave secret agent (Lang Jeffries) is assigned to the case. Also stars Krista Nell, Andrea Scotti, Massimo Righi, Carla Calo, Giorgio Cerioni, and Roberto Messina. Directed by Osvaldo Civirani. Dubbed in English, with Greek subtitles. (A/A-).
BEHIND THE MASK OF ZORRO (1965) Original title: "El Zorro Cabalga Otra Vez." Tony Russel puts on the black mask in this entertaining Spanish-Italian swashbuckler/spaghetti western. Zorro must defeat an evil governor who wields unjust power over California. Also stars Jesus Puente, Maria Jose Alonso, and Jose Maria. Directed by Ricardo Blasco. Dubbed in English. (B/B-).
BELLEZZE IN BICICLETTA (1950) Two chorus girls leave Milan to get to the famous TotÚ's theatre company. Unfortunately the bus they are on breaks down and they ask for a lift. The driver gets, however, too fresh with the two girls and they decide to continue the journey with any means of transport, bikes included. Fast-paced comedy starring Silvana Pampanini, Delia Scala, Franca Marzi, Peppino De Filippo, Renato Rascel, and others. Directed by Carlo Campogalliani. Dubbed in Italian, with no subtitles. (A-/B).
BLACK ARCHER, THE (1959) Original title: "L'Arciere Nero." Color print of this scarce costume adventure tale. Gerard Landry stars as an avenging hero seeking to find those responsible for the murder of his father, the lawful duke of the region. Also starring Erno Crisa, Ivy Holzer, Livio Lorenzon, and others. Directed by Piero Pierotti. Dubbed in English. (B/B-).
BLACK BOX AFFAIR, THE (1966) Craig Hill stars in this spy espionage thriller as a secret agent hired to retrieve top secret nuclear device. Also stars Teresa Gimpera, Luis Marin, Rolf Tasna, and others. Directed by Marcello Ciorciolini. Dubbed in English. (A-/B).
BLACK BULL, THE (1974) Original title: "Kara Boga." Turkish film based on the legend of Vlad the Impaler. Starring Behcet Nacar, Yonca Yucel, Altan Gunbay, and others. Directed by Yavuz Figenli. Dubbed in Turkish, with no subtitles. (B-/C).
BLACK CHAPEL (1959) Also known as: "I Sicari di Hitler." In WWII Germany, a journalist finds himself in possession of important intelligence about Hitler. But before he can send it to his superiors, his contact in Italy is murdered and he's forced to run for his life. Great espionage thriller starring Peter Van Eyck, Dawn Addams, Ernst Schroder, and others. Directed by Ralph Habib. Dubbed in English. (A-/B).
BLACK COBRA (1976) Jack Palance plays a wealthy playboy living in Hong Kong. He is obsessed with snakes. One night his brother persuades him to accompany him to see a dance act at a nightclub. He is astounded to see that the act consists of a beautiful Asian woman who dances nude and uses cobras. He is immediately smitten, and winds up hiring her to take care of his snakes while he's away on business. However, things start to take a sinister turn. Also starring Laura Gemser, Gabriele Tinti, and others. Directed by Aristide Massaccesi. Dubbed in English. (A-/B).
BLACK COBRA (1987) Detective Robert Malone (Fred Williamson) establishes himself as a maverick uncompromising policeman when he guns down several criminals during a hostage standoff. Next, he finds himself protecting a female photographer who has witnessed a murder. She is sought by a moronic gang of motorcyclists which has been murdering and raping at will. Malone finds them, confronts them, and takes care of (police) business. Great crime also starring Eva Grimaldi, Maurice Poli, Vassili Karis, Sabrina Siani, and others. Directed by Stelvio Massi. Dubbed in English, with Dutch subtitles. (A/A-).
BLACK COBRA 2 (1988) Chicago cop Robert Malone (Fred Williamson) finds himself in The Philippines, ostensibly to learn the techniques of Interpol. Before he exits the Manila airport, his wallet is stolen by a pickpocket. Malone endures a testy relationship with his new colleague Kevin McCall while evidence surrounding the stolen wallet pulls both of them deeper and deeper into a web of intrigue. Italian crime action co-starring Nicholas Hammond, Emma Hoagland, and others. Directed by Stelvio Massi. Dubbed in English, with Dutch subtitles. (A/A-).
BLACK GOLD DOSSIER (1979) Original title: "Strategia per una Missione per Morte." Low-budget but effective crime thriller from director Luigi Batzella. After a secret international meeting goes sour, a covert operations officer is given the task of blowing up an Arab oil refinery. Starring Richard Harrison, Gordon Mitchell, Gino Turini, and others. Dubbed in English. (A/A-).
BLACK HAND, THE (1973) Violent crime drama, about a man who gets roped into serving the mafia. Starring Lionel Stander, Rosanna Fratello, Michele Placido, Corrado Gaipa, Luigi Pistilli, Roger Browne, and others. Directed by Antonio Racioppi. Dubbed in English, with Greek subtitles. (A-/B).
BLACK KILLER (1971) Gritty spaghetti western starring Klaus Kinski, Antonio Cantafora, Fred Robsahm, Marina Mulligan, and others. Directed by Carlo Croccolo. Letterboxed. Dubbed in English. (A/A-).
BLACK MAGIC (1949) Also known as: "Gli Spadaccini della Serenissima." This U.S.-Italy co-production scasts Orson Welles as the hypnotist Cagliostro, who uses his powers as a means of revenge against King Louis XV's court. Also features Frank Latimore, Nancy Guild, Valentina Cortese, and Akim Tamiroff. Directed by Gregory Ratoff. Dubbed in English, with no subtitles. (A-/B).
BLACK RIBBON FOR DEBORAH (1974) A young woman with psychic powers is obsessed with having a child. Even though she is unable to conceive, her desire to do so creates a supernatural force determined to fulfill her wishes. Hard-to-locate giallo starring Bradford Dillman, Marina Malfatti, Delia Boccardo, and others. Directed by Marcello Andrei. Dubbed in English, with Greek subtitles. (A-/B).
BLACK FIRE (1979) Original title: "Fuego Negro." Manuel, a liberated slave, is in love with the plantation owner's daughter. When things get violent, Manuel rescues her. Strange Mexican-Italian exploitation starring Rolando Fernandez, Yvonne De Carlo, Cesar Imbert, and others. Directed by Raul Fernandez. Dubbed in English, with Spanish subtitles. (B/B-).
BLACK RIDER, THE (1954) When young reporter and amateur biker Jerry Marsh investigates a mysterious hooded figure on a motorbike, he discovers a gang of crooks hiding out in a ruined castle. British mystery thriller starring Jimmy Hanley, Rona Anderson, Leslie Dwyer, Lionel Jeffries, and others. Directed by Wolf Rilla. Dubbed in English. (A-/B).
BLACK SHIELD OF FALWORTH, THE (1954) Also known as: "Lo Scudo dei Falworth." Young peasant fleeing persecution finds that is the rightful heir of murdered king. Starring Tony Curtis, Janet Leigh, David Farrar, Barbara Rush, Craig Hill, Herbert Marshall, and others. Directed by Rudolph Mate'. Dubbed in English. (A/A-).
BLACK TULIP, THE (1964) French-Italian costume adventure. In 1789, as the Revolution goes on, a bandit named "The Black Tulip" holds the surroundings of village Roussillon in fear. The people respect him as a Robin Hood, but he declares himself a revolutionary. Based on a story by Alexandre Dumas. Stars Alain Delon, Virna Lisi, Adolfo Marsillach, Akim Tamiroff, and others. Directed by Christian-Jaque. Dubbed in English. (B/B-).
BLACK TUNNEL (1986) Italian action thriller, which casts Gianni Garko as a crime lord secretly released from prison in order to face trial back in the States. However, a black-hooded criminal organization hires two men to sabotage the van in which Garko is being transported, by blowing up a tunnel through which the vehicle must pass. While the van is trapped in the tunnel, a sadistic army colonel goes to the scene to make sure nobody gets out alive. It soon becomes evident that Garko knows something about the colonel's past. A highly recommended entry which also stars Flaminia Lizzani, Bruno Corazzari, John Francis Lane, Spiros Focas, and others. Directed by Federico Bruno. Dubbed in English, with Greek subtitles. (A-/B).
BLACK VEIL FOR LISA, A (1969) Original title: "La Morte Non Ha Sesso." Nicely-done giallo from director Massimo Dallamano, which casts Luciana Paluzzi as a woman who's husband suspects she's cheating on him. So the husband hires a hit-man to kill her, but Paluzzi ends up having an affair with the murderer- and there are plenty more plot twists where that came from. Also stars John Mills, Robert Hoffmann, Carlo Hinterman, Enzo Fiermonte, and others. Dubbed in English. (A-/B).
BLACK WATER GOLD (1970) A scuba team, a marine archaeologist and a Mexican historian join forces to reach the wreck of an historic Spanish galleon before a well-armed commercial expedition does. Obscure made-for-TV adventure starring Keir Dullea, Bradford Dillman, Ricardo Montalban, and others. Directed by Alan Landsburg. Dubbed in English. (A/A-).
BLAZING BULLETS (1978) Also known as: "Blazing Flowers." Crime drama starring Marc Porel, George Hilton, Anna-Maria Rizzoli, Al Cliver, Guido Leontini, and others. Directed by Gianni Martucci. Dubbed in English, with Greek subtitles. (A/A-).
BLINDMAN (1971) Original title: "Il Cieco." A blind but deadly gunslinger is hired to escort fifty mail order brides to their miner husbands. His business partners double cross him, selling the women to bandit Domingo. Blindman heads into Mexico in pursuit. Starring Tony Anthony, Ringo Starr, Lloyd Battista, Magda Kanopka, and others. Letterboxed. Directed by Ferdinando Baldi. Dubbed in English. (A/A-).
BLUEBEARD (1962) Also known as: "Landru." Claude Chabrol directs this film based on the crimes of an infamous wife-killer. Landru, the father of four children, contacts Parisian women through newspapers, seduces and eventually kills them in order to feed his little family. Stars Charles Denner, Stephane Audran, Hildegard Knef, and others. Dubbed in English. (A/A-).
BLOOD AND GUNS (1968) Also known as: "Tepepa." Great spaghetti western, which almost plays like a crime film. The Mexican guerilla leader Tepepa and his gang fight against the chief of police, Cascorro. Starring Tomas Milian, Orson Welles, John Steiner, Angel Ortiz, George Wang, and others. Directed by Giulio Petroni. Dubbed in English, with Greek subtitles. (A/A-).
BLOOD CALLS TO BLOOD (1968) Original title: "Sangue Chiama Sangue." Rare spaghetti western. A gang of bandits (led by Fernando Sancho) attacks and raids an abbey near the Mexican border. During the raid, they kill a friar in cold blood. The friar's brother soon swears vengeance, and begins his quest to exterminate the outlaws. Stephen Forsyth, German Cobos, Antonella Judica, and others. Directed by Luigi Capuano. Dubbed in English, with Greek subtitles. (B/B-).
BLOOD ON MY SHOES (1983) Original title: "Sangre en Mis Zapatos." Rare horror from director Jess Franco. Starring Antonio Mayans, Lina Romay, Howard Vernon, and others. Dubbed in Spanish, with no subtitles. (A/A-).
BLOODY HANDS OF THE LAW (1973) Original title: "La Mano Spietata della Legge." One of the best crime thrillers ever made, this one casts Philippe Leroy as police investigator trying to track a political assassination to its source. Nonstop suspense- car-chases, beatings, stabbings, and more! Also Klaus Kinski, Toni Norton, Silvia Monti, and others. Directed by Mario Gariazzo. Dubbed in English. (A/A-).
BLOODY PAYROLL (1976) Also known as: Milano Violenta." Claudio Cassinell stars in his best roles as an irate hitman out to get back at his ex-partners who stood him up in a recent back robbery. Italian crime thriller also featuring Vittorio Mezzogiorno, Elio Zamuto, John Steiner, Silvia Dionisio, and others. Directed by Mario Caiano. Dubbed in English, with Greek subtitles. (A-/B).
BOCCACCIO (1940) Picturesque costume comedy, which is now extremely difficult to find. Boccaccio's grandson engages in various exploits and adventures. Starring Osvaldo Valenti, Clara Calamai, Silvana Jachino, Luigi Almirante, and others. Directed by Marcello Albani. Dubbed in Italian, with no subtitles. (B/B-).
BOCCHE CUCITE (1968) Rare crime starring Lou Castel, Carla Romanelli, Rosalba Neri, Pier Paolo Capponi, Roland Carey, and others. Directed by Pino Tosini. Dubbed in Italian, with no subtitles. (B/B-).
BODY, THE 1974 Prime Italian suspense flick filmed in the tropics. A young man gets involved in a dangerous affair with the wife of his friend, a brutal alcoholic. This creates havoc, and eventually the two decide to murder him. Stars Leonard Mann, Zeudi Araya, Carroll Baker. Directed by Luigi Scattini. Dubbed in English. (A/A-).
BORN WINNER (1976) Joe Dallesandro plays a retired motorcycle racer, who now leads a life of crime. At the beginning of the film you see him crash a disco party and rob everyone of their money and jewelry. He hooks up with one of the waiters from the party, and they both start doing purse snatchings with the aid of a stolen motorcycle. Fast-paced crime also starring Eleonora Giorgi, Massimo Ranieri, Pino Calizzi, Marisa Mell, and others. Directed by Aldo Lado. Dubbed in English, with Greek subtitles. (A/A-).
BOROTALCO (1982) Carlo Verdone directs and stars in this comedy also featuring Eleonora Giorgi, Christian De Sica, Angelo Infanti, Mario Brega, and others. Dubbed in Italian, with no subtitles. (A-/B).
BRAVATA, LA (1977) Italian crime drama. While on a joy-ride, a group of kids hijack a car belonging to the mob. Little do they know it, but the trunk contains thousands of dollars of dirty money. The mob boss soon sends out his top thug (played by Venantino Venantini) to locate the missing cash and punish the kids who ripped him off. Also stars Ajita Wilson, Franca Gonella, and Silvano Tranquilli. Directed by Roberto Bianchi Montero. Dubbed in Italian, with no subtitles. (A-/B).
BRAZEN WOMEN OF BALZAC (1969) Edwige Fenech has an early role in this rare historical tale from Germany. Also stars Sieghardt Rupp, Michaela May, Angelica Ott, Walter Buschhoff, and others. Directed by Josef Zachar. Dubbed in English. (B/B-).
BRIGADIERE PASQUALE ZAGARIA AMA LA MAMMA E LA POLIZIA (1973) Also known as: "Brigadier Pasquale Zagaria Loves his Mamma and the Police." Lino Banfi plays a self confessed Master of Disguise who wants to be a crime solving detective, but has to settle for cases involving farm animals. Outrageous comedy also starring Aldo Giufrre, Sal Borgese, and others. Directed by Mario Forges Davanzati. Dubbed in Italian, with no subtitles. (A/A-).
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BROTHER OUTLAW (1971) Original title: "Rimase uno Solo e Fu la Morte Per Tutti." Man is wrongly convicted of robbery. His brother breaks him out of prison, and the two track down the real thieves. Starring Tony Kendall, Dean Stratford, Jean Louis, Fortunato Arena, and others. Directed by Edoardo Mulargia. Dubbed in English, with Dutch subtitles. (B-/C).
BRUTTI, SPORCHI, E CATTIVE (1976) Also known as: "Ugly, Dirty, and Bad." Four generations of a family live crowded together in a cardboard shantytown shack in the squalor of inner-city Rome. They plan to murder each other with poisoned dinners, arson, etc. Starring Nino Manfredi, Maria Bosco, and others. Directed by Ettore Scola. Dubbed in Italian, with English subtitles. (B/B-).
BUCCANEERS, THE (1956-1957) Here's a rare treat: five episodes of this long-lost TV series, starring Robert Shaw as Captain Don Tempest, an ex-pirate who scours the Caribbean in search of adventure. Episodes include: "The Aztec Treasure," "Dangerous Cargo," "The Raider," "Pirate Honor," "the Prize of Andalusia." Dubbed in English. (A-/B).
BUCKAROO (1968) Also known as: "Winchester Does Not Forgive." Rare spaghetti western starring Dean Reed, Monika Brugger, Livio Lorenzon, Ugo Sasso, Omero Gargano, Gualtiero Rispoli, and others. Directed by Adelchi Bianchi. Dubbed in Italian, with no subtitles. (A-/B).
BULLETS DON'T ARGUE (1964) Original title: "Le Pistole non Discutono." Early spaghetti western from director Mario Caiano. On his own wedding day, sheriff Pat Garrett must leave and try to arrest two bank robbers. Starring Rod Cameron, Horst Frank, Angel Aranda, and others. Dubbed in English. (A-/B).
BURGLARS, THE (1971) Original title: "Le Casse." Fast-paced Euro action thriller concerning a corrupt cop (played by Omar Sharif) who is chasing down a gang of burglars (led by Jean-Paul Belmondo), in an attempt to get his hands on a precious cache of diamonds. Beautifully shot in widescreen, with music by Ennio Morricone. Also starring Dyan Cannon, Robert Hossein, and others. Directed by Henri Verneuil. Dubbed in English. (A/A-).
BYLETH (IL DEMONE DELL'INCESTO) (1971) Finally an upgraded print of this impossible-to-find gothic horror/giallo film from director Leopoldo Savona (alias Leo Coleman). Strange mediaeval tale with undertones of demonic possession. A killer is stalking victims in an old, dark castle. Stars Mark Damon, Claudia Gravy, Franco Jamonte, and Aldo Bufi Landi. Dubbed in Spanish, with no subtitles. Upgrade!! (B/B-).
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