Liquor stores deliver in Italy-town.
A triple shot.
Claudio Cassinelli looks right thru Barbara Bouchet. And that ain’t easy.
Claudio knows what he wants.
The game is getting blurry.
Verson Jetorix: “Claudio Cassinelli does some misguided revengin’ that destroys everyone around him before he finds out the truth. Fernando di Leo’s crime story is not exactly underrated but it is somewhat misunderstood. Its atmosphere of ennui is reflective of the characters and the genre, but also of Di Leo himself no doubt. If it was Peckinpah, they’d call it elegiac.”
Yep that’s John Schneider looking thru the bartender at the bottle of J&B.
Richard Crenna needs to keep his J&B far from his bed and pedestal TV.
Verson Jetorix: “Cop Richard Crenna investigates a series of sniper hooker killings. Poorly written and poorly acted, this low-rent Canadian production does feature 70s ambience and nudity in abundance. Paul Williams plays a sentimental pimp.”
Luc Merenda eyeballs the multi-shot of J&B as soon as he walks in.
J&B classes up the joint.
The bottle every robber dreams of finding.
Two bottles of J&B classes up even this scary clown joint.
Now to relax and watch a Maurizio Merli movie. (Somehow I can never picture Luc Merenda sitting around watching TV.)
Let’s hope he hasn’t torn the room apart looking for J&B.
Verson Jetorix: “Cop Luc Merenda’s investigation leads him into dangerous political territory. Sergio Martino’s crime film has serious matters on its mind but still manages to entertain.”
This is why you can’t get table bottles of J&B anymore.
Verson Jetorix: “Roger Browne must track down and kill those who may have memorized a secret formula in Umberto Lenzi’s Eurospy adventure. Not the most exciting specimen but enjoyable nonetheless.”
Nothing like a little indoor J&B picnic.
Ray Lovelock’s friend has bad taste in clothes but knows which poolside table to troll.
Elke Sommer has that backwards J&B look in her eyes.
Verson Jetorix: “Cop Ray Lovelock goes undercover and becomes part of the problem. Enjoyable Italian crime from Franco Prosperi. Plenty of action. The soundtrack is more jazzy and subdued than the usual rocking bombast.”
Table getting crowded. Better move the water or the lamp. Or the phone.
Verson Jetorix: “After a bomb blast in a hotel lobby, Commissioner Claudio Cassinelli heads down a rabbit hole in search of terrorists. Another good crime story inspired by the political climate of Italy at the time.”