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: “There’s something lovable about Sergio Martino’s first giallo. It’s so obvious but it hits all the right notes; music, ambience, technical achievement, star power. It’s definitely one of the top genre entries.”
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.”