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Slaughter Hotel

Slaughter Hotel

Director: Fernando di Leo
Year: 1971

From Fernando DiLeo, Klaus Kinski stars as a doctor whose mostly female patients are being brutally dispatched by a psychopath.

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Shoot First, Die Later

Shoot First, Die Later

Director: Fernando di Leo
Year: 1974

Desperately sought after, the tough, exciting, dramatically potent, action packed film SHOOT FIRST, DIE LATER is known as one of the most impressive Italian crime/police movies ever made. Luc Merenda gives the performance of his career as a highly regarded police detective who is taking syndicate money in exchange for departmental favors. A series of events leads the young detective to ask his father for a favor and it doesn't take long for the detective's father to realize his son is on the take...which leads to numerous complications.

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Caliber 9

Caliber 9

Director: Fernando di Leo
Year: 1972

In the first time of the Tirology, small-tiem gangster Ugo Piazza has just been released from prison. He tries to convince the police, the mafia, and his one-time associate Rocco, a sadistic hoodlum who enjoys sick violence and torture that he wants to go straight, but everyone believes that he has $300,000 of stolen money hidden somewhere.

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Live Like a Cop Die Like a Man

Live Like a Cop Die Like a Man

Director: Ruggero Deodato
Year: 1976

Never before in film history have we seen such nihilistic and pathological behavior from protagonists, who in this film happen to be two policeman: Alfredo (Marc Porel) and Antonio (Ray Lovelock) members of an anti-crime squad who shoot down their assailants even before they have committed a crime.

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Madness

Madness

Director: Fernando di Leo
Year: 1980

After brutally killing two farmers with a pitchfork, an escaped murderer Joe Brezy (Joe Dallesandro: Andy Warhol's superstar) makes a bee-line for the holiday cottage where five years earlier he stashed a substantial amount of ill-gotten loot.

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To Be Twenty

To Be Twenty

Director: Fernando di Leo
Year: 1978

Twenty, beautiful, sexy and liberated, and fed up with their provincial lives, Lia and Tina decide to hitchhike their way to Rome to find a commune where they can stay and live the life of free love... or so they think.

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The Boss

The Boss

Director: Fernando di Leo
Year: 1973

Based largely on real people and actual events, Fernando Di Leo's action-packed film-the final part of his Milieu Trilogy-is his boldest commentary on corruption and the criminal underworld.

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