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Adios, Sabata (1971)

Adios, Sabata (1971)

Director: Gianfranco Parolini
Year: 1971

Under the brutal rule of local garrison leader Colonel Skimmel and European tyranny, a group of Mexican revolutionaries hire gunslinger Sabata (Yul Brynner) to rob a transport of Austrian gold in order to buy weapons.

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Adua and her Friends

Adua and her Friends

Director: Antonio Pietrangeli
Year: 1960

A rare masterpiece and a wonderful example of Italian Cinema starring two European film icons, Simone Signoret and Marcello Mastroianni, Adua and her Friends tells the story of four prostitutes forced to fend for themselves when a new law closes the bordellos of Rome.

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After the Fox

After the Fox

Director: Vittorio De Sica
Year: 1966

Millions of dollars worth of gold bullion is on its way from Cairo to an unknown Italian destination. There is only one criminal mastermind capable of stealing it: Aldo Vanucci (Peter Sellers), also known as "the Fox."

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All Screwed Up

All Screwed Up

Director: Lina Wertmüller
Year: 1974

An anarchically outrageous comedy from Lina Wertmüller, ALL SCREWED UP is ripe for rediscovery, an accomplishment as impressive as the classics she made before and after: Love and Anarchy (1973) and Swept Away (1974).

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The Anger

The Anger

Director: Giovannino Guareschi, Pier Paolo Pasolini
Year: 1963

Pier Paolo Pasolini and Giovannino Guareschi, two of the most important opinion makers and intellectuals in post-WWII Europe, employ documentary footage from this era and an accompanying commentary, in which they attempt to answer, Pasolini quite elegantly and poetically and Guareschi quite negatively and outrageously, the existential question: why are our lives characterized by discontent, anguish, and fear? This publication is an exclusive, uncut, restored version obtained from the Cinemateque of Bologna.

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The Automobile

The Automobile

Director: Alfredo Giannetti
Year: 1971

From the writer of DIVORCE ITALIAN STYLE and now available on DVD, THE AUTOMOBILE tells the story of Anna, an experienced prostitute who, despite her success as a permanent part of the Roman nightlife, is dissatisfied by her position. Starring Italian cinema icon Anna Magnani as Anna, and featuring an original score by the world-renowned Italian composer Ennio Morricone, THE AUTOMOBILE is a deserved gem of '70s Italian cinema.

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Baron Blood

Baron Blood

Director: Mario Bava
Year: 1972

An American professor (Antonio Cantafora) travels to the estate of his ancestor, the sadistic Baron Otto von Kleist, seeking the truth beneath his notorious reputation. When he and his assistant Eva (Elke Sommer) read aloud an ancient incantation, the Baron's spirit is resurrected, leading to a series of violent deaths within the haunted castle.

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A Bay of Blood

A Bay of Blood

Director: Mario Bava
Year: 1971

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Black Magic Rites

Black Magic Rites

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Year: 1973

Filled with psychedelic '70s style by Italian cult director Renato Polselli (Delirium), this satanic shocker pulses with violently erotic energy, and is a must see for horror aficionados.

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Black Sabbath (italian language edition)

Black Sabbath (italian language edition)

Director: Mario Bava
Year: 1963

One of the great horror anthology films

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