Wheelchair boy is about to reach the point of terror because of Dyanne Thorne and that bottle of J&B won’t save him.
Verson Jetorix: “A would-be pop star gets mixed up with a murderous benefactor (pre-Ilsa Dyanne Thorne). Michael Weldon, in the Psychotronic Encyclopedia of Film (other-wise known as the bible), described this as ‘shoddy horror,’ and I don’t disagree.”
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.”
“Come on, I like Scotch.”
Capture courtesy of Adam Voss.
Caroll minding her own business.
C’mon, let’s gather ’round the J&B!
Carol Baker drinks a lot of J&B in this movie – For reasons lost to us, she uses a glass.
J&B with matching telephone.
Jean Sorel’s choice is clear.
Verson Jetorix: “A prime slice of Euro-Hitchockian fun with a pill-popping, J&B-chugging Carroll Baker and a jailbait-fucking, murderous Jean Sorel. They make a great pair.”