Luc Merenda eyeballs the multi-shot of J&B as soon as he walks in.
J&B classes up the joint.
The bottle every robber dreams of finding.
Two bottles of J&B classes up even this scary clown joint.
Now to relax and watch a Maurizio Merli movie. (Somehow I can never picture Luc Merenda sitting around watching TV.)
Let’s hope he hasn’t torn the room apart looking for J&B.
Verson Jetorix: “Cop Luc Merenda’s investigation leads him into dangerous political territory. Sergio Martino’s crime film has serious matters on its mind but still manages to entertain.”
Guido Alberti tending the J&B.
Femi Benussi, Punt, and a well hidden bottle of J&B.
A knife collection and J&B.
Falling J&B. Falling Antonio Casale.
Tomas Milian, hero of the third world, drinking some J&B.
Silvano Tranquilli reaching for the J&B.
No J&B but I couldn’t resist a capture of Luciano Catenacci’s bedroom.
Behind the scenes shot of Joseph Cotton drinking J&B.
Another behind the scenes shot.
Verson Jetorix: “Tomas Milian actioner that didn’t really pay off, in my book.”
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.”
Leonardo Tanzi and four bottles of J&B.
Three bottles of J&B and a poster.
Tanzi kicking ass with a J&B bottle behind him and an ashtray to his right.
Tanzi uses a fire extinguisher to blow J&B out of a thugs hand.
Verson Jetorix: “Another superb Maurizio Merli crime thriller from the golden age of the Italian cop movie.”
That’s Mr. J&B Rare, to you.
A case of J&B and Tomas Milian (with his retarded hat) behind the pillar.
Maurizio Merli and J&B finally!
Ivan Rassimov with some bedside J&B at his junkie whore’s place.
Verson Jetorix: “Perhaps the best Merli cop thriller and the one I would take to a desert island.”
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.”