is accurate. There's a serial sex-killer in Paris who seems to be targeting
girls from a certain brothel. Besides that, director Merighi includes
a suicide from the Eiffel Tower, insane professors, an eyeball thief,
an inspector who looks and sounds like Humphrey Bogart (for no apparent
reason), and an impressive lineup of Euro-stars including Evelyn Kraft
ANGELS and GOLIATHON),
Barbara Bouchet (AMUCK!
TORTURE A DUCKLING) and Rosalba Neri (THE
BEAST KILLS IN COLD BLOOD and TOP
SENSATION). Rosalba even sings a song in a nightclub.
was Dick Randall, an American exploitation magnate who took residence
in Rome in the '60s and orchestrated numerous movie deals (often with
Rosalba Neri) from LOVERS
OF THE DEVIL to THE
GIRL IN ROOM 2A. Mr Randall died from a stroke at age 70 in May
1996 in London. The editor for this motion picture was genre kingpin Bruno
Mattei and the special effects were handled by Oscar winner Carlo Rambaldi
(of ET fame). The director Ferdinando
Merighi (behind the F. L. Morris alias) was known for his work as an assistant
director (IN THE FOLDS OF THE FLESH and CRY OF THE PROSTITUTE).
He helmed only one other movie, a low-budget Spaghetti Western They
Called Him Trinity, which - incidentally - had no character named
Italian Film in English language; widescreen format (16:9), uncut (90
minutes), DVD encoded for ALL REGION NTSC WORLD FORMAT; extras include
original Italian theatrical trailer.
Recommended For Adult Audiences