Yeah I’m pretty sure that’s him also… he’s in a few scenes and doesn’t speak in most of them, he just sits at the head of the table silently. In one scene, he stands up when one of his fellows starts talkin’ smack. Miles Deem doesn’t say shit, he just stands up.
JonathanCorbett, where are those screens from? The version I just watched is fullscreen and the picture is not bad, but unfortunately whoever captured it from TV didn’t encode the framerate right or something and the motion is really bad. Would love to upgrade this one with a widescreen print…
As for the movie, another strange spaghetti here with the mysterious baddie only seen from the back (and when he’s addressing his crew from behind a lady painting with the eyes cut out - wait… what?)
Some very nice scenes scattered throughout a mostly boring plot, but the good scenes and the strange bad guy make it enjoyable enough.
Featuring the ultimate fake out ending. For a moment, I thought it would end on a down note, which would have been a much nicer ending. But instead we are treated to classic Fidani.
Also, can anyone help me out with the soundtrack by Italo Fischetti? I assume its recycled from other films, anyone know track names?