Always remove remove your shoes before approaching a bedside J&B.
This bottle stays in frame for nearly a full minute.
Verson Jetorix: “Dreamy, unconvincing giallo with Anne Heywood’s amnesia victim stalked by her husband’s killer (Telly Savalas). Pretty good score but the film lacks focus and suspense. But it has J&B.”
The great Franco Nero keeps his eye on the road while tilting back some J&B.
Verson Jetorix: “Beautifully photographed giallo with the great Franco Nero as a drunken journalist investigating a series of murders amongst people he knows. Gorgeous Silvia Monti is Franco’s ex. Ira von Furstenberg pulls a Kinski but gives it up. With Wolfgang “Dr. Mabuse” Preiss, and babes Agostina Belli and Pamela Tiffin. A clear winner, this made my top 100.”
Elisa Mainardi and Rosemary Dexter ignore a bottle of J&B.
Verson Jetorix: “Rosemary Dexter searches for a missing friend, Horst Frank, in exotic Italian locations encountering Alida Valli, Adolfo Celi, Franco Ressel, and J&B. Mario Caiano’s fever dream giallo is interesting and amusing enough to remain in rotation.”
End table J&B helps Italian TV go down easier.
Arty J&B in the wave tank thingamajig.
Barbara Bouchet knows J&B always makes interrogation easier.
Tomas Milian and Barbara Bouchet and J&B.
Barbara Bouchet always drinks J&B when she’s not trying to seduce little boys.
Verson Jetorix: “Don’t torture me with more Fulci movies. I have a thing for Florinda Bolkan and she was treated rather cruelly here.”
J&B on the transvestite’s end table.
This old bat hits the J&B pretty hard so she won’t feel the straight razor cut her throat.
Verson Jetorix: “Silly giallo that makes everybody look guilty, and I mean everybody.”
“Look, we need a new probe, and we need it now.”
Alex Cord keeps a pint of J&B on file.
Daniela Surina knows she’d better not block Alex from that bottle in the background.
Three bottles of J&B. We only drank two bottles while watching the movie.
Etruscologists are known for drinking and driving.
J&B often causes overacting.
Slimy blackmailing insect torturing caretaker J&B.
Alex Cord roughs up a bottle of J&B, a poor substitute for Samantha Eggar in our opinion.
We’re betting Alex brought his own bottle when he stopped by.
Horst Frank on the left with J&B in hand.
Verson Jetorix: “In the summer of ’72 I sneaked out of the house and rode my bike down to the Big Sky Drive-In in west Phoenix. I climbed the fence and sat in the seats near the snack bar with a cold Coke for company. What I saw was not a particularly good film but it was disturbingly bloody and violent to this 13 year-old. Decades later the film hasn’t improved but it has its moments and a lot of J&B.”