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Author Topic: Night of Violence / Le notti della violenza (Roberto Mauri, 1965)  (Read 8691 times)

bdc

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Entertaining early giallo from Roberto Mauri.
Some unusual ideas and scenes make this one stand out.
Lots of red herrings and a bizarre unexpected twist at the end.
Very interesting...
Also known as Call Girl 66?

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What's your source for this one Bruno?
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bdc

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You mean which version I watched Jonny?
The Italian tv broadcast.
I watched it in Italian.
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You mean which version I watched Jonny?
The Italian tv broadcast.
I watched it in Italian.

Yes, cheers for the info. I don't suppose you could do us some screen caps?
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bdc

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Nope my computer is too old for stuff like that,don't even have a dvd player in it. :D
Picture is ok for an old tv broadcast and it's in scope.


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bdc

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The tv version seems to be missing about 14 minutes,mostly dealing with the drug smuggling subplot,according to giallofever.

I've also read there is an Italian dvd,but I'm not sure this is true...
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Stephen Grimes

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Has anyone the runtime of the tv version?
The copy i have is from a nice looking lbx vhs (Cine Classics),1h 17m.





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bdc

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I will have to look for my dvd-r...should I forget please remind me.
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Have any subtitles ever turned up for this? Sounds interesting but I don't speak Italian...

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Have any subtitles ever turned up for this? Sounds interesting but I don't speak Italian...



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bdc

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Ooh!  ;)
Love this one!
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English fansubs are up!

www.cultfilmsubs.com

I'm posting new fansubs every day for the next week, a mixture of giallo, horror, eurocrime, etc.
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bdc

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Fantastic news!  ;) ::)
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Does anyone know which print is supposed to have the drug ring subplot scenes in it?

BDC - Does your Italian sat rip have a channel logo on it by any chance?

Reason I ask is because I've just finished comparing two other Italian language prints.
The Cine Classics prints that Stephen mentioned above and an inferior looking print with exactly the same running time.

Interestingly, the inferior print (which is the crap one that is up on torrent sites at the moment) has some cuts to the murder of [spoiler]Carla's[/spoiler] - the length of the strangulation is shortened. Also Franca getting beaten by her pimp is truncated as well. However, this cut version does have a few added scenes of dialogue, mainly extended lines here and there. Odd that it should have exactly the same running time (77:26) despite the slight differences in footage.
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bdc

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Giallo fever mentioned the drug subplot...
http://giallo-fever.blogspot.com/2009/04/le-notti-della-violenza-night-of.html

I'll have to dig out my copy...  :D
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