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NAPOLI: STORIA D'AMORE E DI VENDETTA (1979) Also known as: "Naples, A Story of Love and Vengeance." Rare crime drama starring Richard Harrison, Gianni Dei, Aldo Bufi Landi, and others. Directed by Mario Bianchi. Dubbed in Italian, with no subtitles. (B/B-).
NARC, THE (1975) Also known as: "Blood, Sweat, and Fear." Lee J. Cobb stars as mafia boss in this high-paced crime flick from director Stelvio Massi. Also stars Franco Gaspari, Giorgio Albertazzi, and others. Dubbed in English. (B/B-).
NATALE AL CAMPO 119 (1948) Also known as: "Christmas at Camp 119." WWII comedy starring Vittorio De Sica, Aldo Fabrizi, Adolfo Celi, Carlo Campanini, and others. Directed by Pietro Francisci. Dubbed in Italian, with no subtitles. (A-/B).
NEFERTITI, QUEEN OF THE NILE (1961) Great costumes, lavish decorations, and a well-paced plot make up this classic sword-and-sandal film. Sculptor falls in love with the queen of Egypt, but the high priest of Amon-Ra stands against their happiness. Stars Jeanne Crain, Vincent Price, Edmuind Purdom, Amedeo Nazzari, and Liana Orfei. Directed by Fernando Cerchio. Dubbed in English. (A-/B).
NEW GODFATHERS, THE (1979) Original title: "I Contrabbandieri di Santa Lucia." Violent crime film which stars Mario Merola (who looks like John Goodman!) as a mob boss whose wife and daughter (Sabrina Siani) are murdered by a rival scumbag (Antonio Sabato). Merola teams up with an undercover cop (played by Gianni Garko) to exact his bloody revenge. Directed by Alfonso Brescia. Dubbed in English. (A/A-).
NEW YORK CALLING SUPERDRAGON (1966) Euro print of this spy/espionage thriller, released on video in the U.S. by the Something Weird company, but missing the last several minutes of the film. This is the complete print. When an old colleague is killed, Secret Agent Super-Dragon comes out of retirement to investigate a case of poisoned chewing gum that leads inexplicably to an international crime syndicate planning to take over the world with psychotropic drugs smuggled in phony Ming vases. Starring Ray Danton, Margaret Lee, Marisa Mell, Jess Hahn, and others. Directed by Giorgio Ferroni. Dubbed in English, with Greek subtitles. (A/A-).
NICK THE STING (1976) Nick Hezard (played by Luc Merenda), a young con man, wants to avenge the death of a friend, so he organizes a swindle trying to cheat Robert Turner (Lee J. Cobb), an American businessman he thinks responsible for his friend's death. He succeeds in getting a hundred thousand Swiss francs, and uses them to carry out the second part of his plan. Also stars Gabriele Ferzetti, Luciana Paluzzi, Dagmar Lassander, William Berger, and Fred Williams. Directed by Fernando Di Leo. Dubbed in English. Upgrade!! (A-/B).
NIGHT AFTER NIGHT AFTER NIGHT (1969) British horror from director Lindsay Shonteff. A Jack the Ripper-type serial killer is loose in London. Suspicion falls on a transvestite judge. Starring Jack May, Justine Lord, Gilbert Wynne, Linda Marlowe, Terry Scully, and others. Dubbed in English. (A-/B).
NIGHT OF THE DEVILS, THE (1972) Original title: "La Notte dei Diavoli." Disturbing horror from director Giorgio Ferroni. Gianni Garko plays an insane man admitted to a psychiatric institution. While in ward, he has flashbacks of what brought him there. When his car broke down he was forced to spend the night with a macabre backwoods family. This film contains an amount of gore and violence surprising for Ferroni, who is generally regarded as a more 'high end' director. Also stars Agostina Belli, Maria Monti, Umberto Raho, and others. Dubbed in English, with Japanese subtitles. (A/A-).
NIGHT OF HATE (1968) Also known as: "La Lunga Notte di Tombstone." Extremely rare crime thriller starring Tomas Milian, Anita Ekberg, Claudio Camaso, Hugo Blanco, Tito Garcia, and others. Directed by Jaime Jesus Balcazar. Recorded off TV's "Snicker Theater" in the mid-80's, print includes commercials. Dubbed in English. (B/B-).
NIGHT THEY KILLED RASPUTIN, THE (1960) Nicely done historical thriller about the last days of Imperial Russia. Rasputin (played by Edmund Purdom) cures the Czar's daughter and endears himself to the royal family, but is persecuted by envious and conniving officials who seek his ruin. A secret committee is formed, at which a young prince (John Drew Barrymore) is given the task of murdering Rasputin, but the conspiracy fails. However, they continue trying to kill him. Also stars Gianna Maria Canale, Jany Clair, Ugo Sasso, and Nerio Bernardi. Directed by Pierre Chenal. Dubbed in English. (A-/B).
NIGHTMARE IN A DAMAGED BRAIN (1981) Completely uncut English-language print of this horror flick from director Romano Scavolini. A mental-patient, who is troubled with horrible nightmares, has escaped from his hospital. Now on the streets he canīt help killing innocent people. Baird Stafford, Sharon Smith, C.J. Cook. Dubbed in English. (A-/B).
NIPOTE DI ZORRO, I (1968) Also known as: "Zorro's Nephews." Franco and Ciccio headline this outrageous Zorro spoof from director Marcello Ciorciolini. Also starring Dean Reed, Agata Flori, Ivano Staccioli, and others. Letterboxed. Mint quality. Dubbed in Italian, with no subtitles. (A/A-).
NO GRAZIE, IL CAFFE MI RENDE NERVOSO (1982) Also known as: "No Thanks, Coffee Makes Me Nervous." Comedy starring Armando Marra, Massimo Troisi, Mimmo Sepe, and others. Directed by Ludovico Gasparini. Dubbed in Italian, with no subtitles. (A/A-).
NO ROOM TO DIE (1969) Original title: "Una Lunga Fila di Croci." A bounty-hunter and a preacher team up to stop a bandit from smuggling Mexican peasants across the border for a slave-trade operation. Spaghetti western starring Anthony Steffe, William Berger, Riccardo Garrone, Nicoletta Machiavelli, and others. Letterboxed. Directed by Sergio Garrone. (A/A-).
NO TIME TO DIE (1984) Original title: "Danger: Keine Zeit Zum Sterben." German made-for-TV action trash concerning the transport of a laser gun. Stars John Phillip Law, Horst Janson, Christopher Mitchum, Barry Prima, Grazyna Dylong, and others. Directed by Helmut Ashley. Dubbed in English. (A-/B).
NOA NOA (1974) Survivors of the H.M.S. Bounty are cast-away on a tropical island. While there, they find love, treachery, and murder. Stars Carmen Salaman, Dino Shorte, Gianfranco de Grass, and others. Directed by Ugo Liberatore. Dubbed in English, with Dutch subtitles. (A-/B).
NOI DURI (1960) Gangster action abounds in this comedy musical starring Fred Buscaglione, Marisa Ancelli, Scilla Gabel, Ignazio Dolce, Elio Pandolfi, and others. Directed by Camillo Mastrocinque. Dubbed in Italian, with no subtitles. (A/A-).
NON CI RESTA CHE PIANGERE (1985) Also known as: "Nothing Left to Do But Cry." Roberto Troisi and Roberto Benigni direct themselves as two time travelers who find themselves caught in 1492. Fun tale also starring Iris Peynado, Amanda Sandrelli, and others. Letterboxed. Dubbed in Italian, with no subtitles. (A/A-).
NOTTI DELLA VIOLENZA, LE (1966) Also known as: "Call Girl 66." Early example of the giallo genre from veteran exploitation director Roberto Mauri. Killer is targeting girls of a ritzy escort service. Unusually violent and sleazy, this print is better than most of the ones we've seen. Stars Alberto Lupo, Marilu Tolo, Lisa Gastoni, Cristina Gaioni, Helene Chanel, Nerio Bernardi, and others. Letterboxed. Dubbed in Italian, with no subtitles. (B/B-).
NOW THEY CALL HIM AMEN (1972) Also known as: "Now They Call Him Sacramento." Spaghetti western starring Michael Forest, Fred Harrison, Malisa Longo, and others. A man and his two sons steal money from some peasants, and a creditor is hired to retrieve the cash. Directed by Alfonso Balcazar. Dubbed in English. (A/A-).
NUOVI ANGELI, I (1962) Also known as: "The New Angels." Ultra-rare documentary directed by Ugo Gregoretti. Dubbed in Italian, with no subtitles. (A-/B).
OCCHIO PER OCCHIO, DENTE PER DENTE (1970) Also known as: "Destino: Estambul 68." Rare crime/espionage film. Secret agent goes undercover to bust a Turkish crime ring. Tons of violence. Starring Giacomo Rossi-Stuart, Ennio Morricone, Lea Nichols, Monica Randall, and others. Directed by Miguel Iglesias. Dubbed in Italian, with no subtitles. (A-/B).
OGRO (1979) Also known as: "Operation Ogro." Spanish film about overthrow of fascist regime. Starring Gian Maria Volonte, Jose Sacristan, Angela Molina, Eusebio Poncela, and others. Directed by Gillo Pontecorvo. Dubbed in Italian, with no subtitles. (A-/B).
OLD DRACULA (1974) Also known as: "Vampira." British horror comedy. A faulty transfusion turns a beautiful princess into a vampire. Starring David Niven, Teresa Graves, Peter Bayliss, Jennie Linden, Linda Hayden, and others. Directed by Clive Donner. Dubbed in English. (A-/B).
OLD TESTAMENT, THE (1962) Original title: "Il Vecchio Testamento." The Jews of Jerusalem are driven out by their Syrian rulers. They gather their forces, and return to drive out their oppressors. Stars Brad Harris, Susan Paget, Mara Lane, Ivano Staccioli, Philippe Hersent, and Brigitte Corey. Directed by Gianfranco Parolini. Dubbed in English. (A-/B).
ON THE COMET (1970) Also known as "Hector Servadac's Ark." When a comet passes the earth very closely, it pulls a small part of North Africa with it. Carried along is a bunch of people. Among them Angelika, who just escaped from a ruthless weapon dealer's ship, and her two brothers, who are searching her. Then there's a group of natives, who plan a rebellion against the French colonists. All these conflicts become secondary when the people finally realize that they are doomed to live together on an alien planet. However this time of peace and world-happiness won't last for long. Fun Czechoslovakian sci-fi animation with some really amazing special effects. Directed by Karel Zeman. Dubbed in English. (A-/B).
OPERATION DIPLOMAT (1953) Obscure British crime starring Guy Rolfe, Lisa Daniely, Patricia Dainton, and others. Directed by John Guillermin. Dubbed in English. (A-/B).
OPERATION LADY CHAPLAIN (1966) Original title: "Missione Speciale Lady Chaplin." Upgraded print of this action-packed spy/espionage flick starring Ken Clark, Daniele Bianchi, Helga Line, Jacques Bergerac, and others. Directed by Alberto De Martino and Sergio Grieco. Upgrade!! Dubbed in English. (A-/B).
OPERATION ORIENT (1978) Intense action thriller from Greece. A group of villains steal a shipment of gold (after killing it's owners in cold blood) but after a while they are forced to dispose it in the sea in order to get away with their crime. A savage, bloody hunt takes place until the violent ending. Stars Gordon Mitchell, Annamaria Clementi, Claudine Beccarie, and others. Directed by Elia Milonakos. Dubbed in English. (A-/B).
OPERATION: POKER (1965) Secret agent Glen Foster a.k.a. Agent 0S 14 of the CIA (played by Roger Browne) investigates a fellow agent who is a gambler, then goes on the hunt for a missing diplomat and battles soviet spies. Stars also Carla Calo, Jose Greci, Helga Line, and others. Directed by Osvaldo Civirani. Dubbed in English, with Dutch subtitles. (A/A-).
ORGASMO (1969) Also known as: "Paranoia." Great Umberto Lenzi giallo, which stars Carroll Baker as a rich widow who begins slowly losing control after her husband's death. Soon, a pair of hippie youths crash at her house, and it doesn't take long before they form a plan to drive her insane. The plot works- but who's behind the whole scheme? Also starring Lou Castel, Colette Descombes, Tino Carraro, and others. Letterboxed. Dubbed in Italian, with English subtitles. (A-/B).
ORO DI ROMA, 'L (1961) Also known as: "Gold of Rome." Rare crime drama starring Gerard Blain, Anna-Maria Ferrero, Umberto Raho, Jean Sorel, Dina De Santis, and others. Directed by Carlo Lizzani. Dubbed in Italian, with no subtitles. (A/A-).
ORSON WELLES' DON QUIXOTE (1992) Also known as: "Don Quijote de Orson Welles." Director Jess Franco got hold of some old footage shot by Orson Welles and completed this extremely strange film, which many claim isn't even close to what Welles intended. Spanish nobleman and his squire ride through the countryside of Spain engaging in (drug-induced?) exploits and adventures. Starring Francisco Reiguera, Akim Tamiroff, and others. Dubbed in English. (A-/B).
OSS 117: FROM TOKYO WITH LOVE (1966) Frederick Stafford plays Hubert Bonniseur, the best secret agent this side of James Bond. 0SS 117 goes to Japan to bust an international criminal operation. Also stars Marina Vlady, Henri Serre, and Colin Drake. Directed by Michel Boisrond. Dubbed in English, with Greek subtitles. (A/A-).
OSS 117: MISSION FOR A KILLER (1965) Secret agent 0SS 117 tracks a dangerous drug to the jungles of the Amazon and discovers a band of neo-Nazi foreign agents planning to use it for world conquest. After four political assassinations occur inside a month, all perpetrated by drug-induced innocents, OSS 117 is sent to Rio to track down the source of the narcotic. Since it's Rio, we are treated to the prerequisite Carnival footage but it doesn't take up too much time. The Latin-inflected score by Michel Magne is just fine and in fact, blends well with the Rio and Bahia area locations. The film has plenty of action, good fights and intentional humor. Overall this is a superior example of the genre and well worth seeking out. Stars Frederick Stafford, Mylene Demongeot, Raymond Pellegrin, and Francois Maistre. Directed by Andre Hunebelle. Dubbed in English, with Dutch subtitles. Letterboxed. (B/B-).
OSS 117: MURDER FOR SALE (1968) The American Secret Service sends their top agent, OSS 117, to investigate a number of political murders that the police was not able to prevent. Disguised as a ruthless killer, 'William Chandler', OSS 117 will penetrate the terrorist organization just when it is preparing the murder of Heindrich Van Dyck, the UN delegate to the Middle-East peace process. OSS 117 will use a fake killing of Van Dyck, and substitute corpses, trying to dupe the criminal master mind, Dr. Saadi. Only, the Major is too clever, abducts Aicha, and OSS 117 must fight both for his life (as he must take a daily antidote for a drug he was injected with), Aicha's endangered life, and passing the information of the whereabouts of the terrorists headquarters to the Army before it's too late... Too much for OSS 117? Stars John Gavin, Margaret Lee, Luciana Paluzzi, Robert Hossein, Rosalba Neri, Guido Alberti, and Piero Lulli. Directed by Andre Hunebelle, Renzo Cerrato, and Jean-Pierre Desegnat. Dubbed in English. (B/B-).
OUR AGENT TIGER (1965) Claude Chabrol directs this decent spy-espionage thriller. Louis Rapiere aka Tiger is sent to Port-a-Pitre (French Guyana), to supervise the recuperation of a treasure from a sunken ship. Stars Roger Hanin, Margaret Lee, Michel Bouquet, and others. Dubbed in English. (B/B-).
OUR MAN IN JAMAICA (1968) Original title: "Llaman de Jamaica, Mr. Ward." Rare Euro spy thriller starring Ray Danton, Pamela Tudor, Luciana Pigozzi, Luis Davila, Jorge Rigaud, and others. Directed by Julio Salvador. Dubbed in German, with no subtitles. (A/A-).
OUR MEN IN BAGDAD (1966) Original title: "Il Gioco delle Spie." Rare spy/espionage film starring Rory Calhoun, Roger Hanin, Evi Marandi, Raf Baldassarre, and others. Directed by Paolo Bianchini. Dubbed in Italian, with no subtitles. (B-/C).
OVERRUN! (1969) Original title: "La Lunga Notte dei Disertori." Mario Siciliano directs this action-packed war film, about a group of British soldiers who become stranded in the African desert during WWII. Along with them are four lovely females. Soon, they must fight to escape the German forces. This film is not to be confused with "Seven Red Berets." Starring Ivan Rassimov, Aldo Bufi Landi, Kirk Morris, Monica Strebel, and others. Dubbed in English, with Greek subtitles. (A/A-).
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