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A Special Cop in Action

This 1976 Italian movie, which casts a great Maurizio Merli and the veteran John Saxon, is the third (and the last one) film of Commissario Betti's series, after Roma Violenta and Napoli Violenta (directed by Umberto Lenzi).

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This 1976 Italian movie, which casts a great Maurizio Merli and the veteran John Saxon, is the third(and the last one)film of Commissario Betti's series, after Roma Violenta(also directed by Girolami) and Napoli Violenta(directed by Umberto Lenzi). It's really a terrific movie! The story is great, the soundtrack and the acting are outstanding and the action scenes are probably among the best shot ever, with a style very similar to Enzo G. Castellari's one(who is always synonym of quality). If you're big fans of Italian 70's poliziottesco, you have to watch this movie.

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AKA:Italia a mano armata
Director:Marino Girolami
Year:1976
Language:English
Format:W
Audio Quality:9.0
Video Quality:9.0

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