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.”
Marc Porel getting a little jumpy because he hasn’t killed anyone in a few hours.
Tits and J&B.
Verson Jetorix: “Deodato’s take on the cop thriller genre is as subversive as his most famous films. The violence is cranked up to 11 and the homo-erotic undertones of the buddy cop relationship are unmistakable. These guys are simply killers with badges who don’t wait for actual crimes before blowing away the bad guys. Hilarious.”
Punt E Mes and J&B in the cupboard – Pretty respectable… for a nun.
Sister Cristina realizes that neither God nor all the J&B in the world will prevent her from being raped.
Tomas Milian takes his hat off a J&B bottle before a minute into the movie!
J&B during the opening credits.
A hippy whore and J&B.
They shoulda packed the J&B with the loot.
J&B bottles, ashtray and pitcher. What, no J&B cum towel holder?
Milian with a rather harmless looking sap. The J&B bottle would be more persuasive.
Criminals, hostages and J&B.
The criminal mastermind “Cranium” and J&B. Hostage on the right.
Verson Jetorix: “Cop Tomas Milian tracks down his wife’s killer, Gastone Moschin. Standard post-heist crime thriller that benefits from a low-key Milian and the always interesting Moschin.”
Henry Silva’s J&B office bottle. And a weeping Milian.
Verson Jetorix: “I’m not a big fan of Tomas Milian and this Umberto Lenzi misfire didn’t do anything to change that. Especially since he kills off Anita Strindberg and Laura Belli without removing their clothing.”