This is why you can’t get table bottles of J&B anymore.
Verson Jetorix: “Roger Browne must track down and kill those who may have memorized a secret formula in Umberto Lenzi’s Eurospy adventure. Not the most exciting specimen but enjoyable nonetheless.”
Ivan Rassimov and his J&B.
Only Ivan Rassimov can look scary offering you J&B.
Ivan Rassimov takes a long pull of Deep River J&B….
…and offers it to his young guide….
…who downs it not knowing what it is –
– J&B doesn’t whisper to the natives.
Ivan Rassimov literally talking to his J&B.
Ivan Rassimov moments before Lenzi puts him through the jungle wringer.
A native drinking J&B to get in character for Lenzi’s laughable Deer Hunter scene.
A sleazy Robert Kerman and his only friend, J&B.
Robert Kerman hits his seemingly endless supply of deep jungle J&B.
Robert Kerman tries to comfort Janet Agren after they are attacked by a giant croc.
The natives steal all their supplies except the J&B!
A bunch of hooligans about to get harassed by Commissario Betti.
Is Commissario Betti looking for some J&B or someone to slap around?
Verson Jetorix: “Another classic, never-be-beat Maurizio Merli cop thriller.”
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.”
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.”
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.”