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.”
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.”
Cannibal Sax trying not to eat his wife.
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.”
As good as this looks, there’s actually another bottle of J&B on the floor. Kid you not.
And pick up another bottle of J&B, Edwige is coming over.
Verson Jetorix: “A classic Italian giallo with the famous pair of Edwige Fenech and George Hilton. Well worth seeking out. Ivan Rassimov is in this too and it features shall we say, adult relationships and a twisty plot.”
Quite respectable J&B bar.
J&B on the coffee table. She’s a fashion photographer and that’s the way she dresses?
Check out Ugo Pagliai’s striped wallpaper.
Bouchet looking worried (as usual) with J&B in the background.
Rape and J&B. Well, she did let the weirdo in…
Bouchet a little worse for wear and J&B. Jesus, that’s blood on the carpet!
Nice posed J&B shot.
Ugo Pagliai and J&B.
Bouchet and J&B. Sounds good. Looks good.
Verson Jetorix: “Competent and visually interesting giallo from Emilio Miraglia with a good score from Bruno Nicolai. Much better than the usual black-gloved killer antics and having Barbara Bouchet around doesn’t hurt either.”
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.”