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The Thieves is a 1959 vehicle for the hugely popular Italian comic Totò, which plays on the tenets of the American gangster genre in a very Italianesque fashion. Continue reading
Following an unexplained loss of contact with a space mission to the moon, Soviet authorities decide to avert news of the possible disaster by quickly sending off another mission Continue reading
Franco & Ciccio are mistaken for KGB Agents, Franco has a top secret formula that everyone wants implanted in his tooth… Continue reading
The 1960s Italian production-line comedy I maniaci stands as a pretty weird choice for a US DVD release, but then again MYA have proved to have a consistently inconsistent eye for titles in their short life to date, so it’s … Continue reading
Here’s an interesting documentary about making westerns in Almeria in the 70′s. Includes interviews with Tomas Milian, Lucio Fulci and a lot of stuff about The Four of the Apocalypse – including Freddy Unger setting up some choreography sequences.