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Author Topic: Il segno del comando (Daniele D'Anza, 1971)  (Read 1508 times)

Soukesian

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Il segno del comando (Daniele D'Anza, 1971)
« on: 14 Feb 2011 - 11:00 »

Anyone seen this five part B/W Giallo series from RAI? An Italian friend is a major fan, and it has been released on DVD, but without English subtitles. Was wondering if there was a fansub out there somewhere.
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Re: Il segno del comando (Daniele D'Anza, 1971)
« Reply #1 on: 17 Feb 2011 - 19:42 »

Quite a bit of this on youtube. Here's the titles:

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Re: Il segno del comando (Daniele D'Anza, 1971)
« Reply #2 on: 18 Feb 2011 - 07:23 »

Hadn't heard of this one before, I'll definitely keep an eye out for it though.
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Re: Il segno del comando (Daniele D'Anza, 1971)
« Reply #3 on: 06 Mar 2011 - 15:05 »

I've seen this one and it's really good. Atmospheric little mystery tale with a nice score and some really great performances from the likes of Ugo Pagliai, Massimo Girotti, Rossella Falk etc. TV productions from this time usually feature unattractive video technology and cheap panel sets but this one uses a great deal of location shooting and looks better than expected.

Another Italian TV production from the 70s that I'd recommend is CORALBA (1970), a stylish five-part mystery series in color with Rossano Brazzi, Valérie Lagrange and Venantino Venantini, produced by Oscar Brazzi and featuring an opening theme sung by Frank Sinatra.
You should also check out RACCONTI FANTASTICI (1979), a mini series of four self-contained episodes freely based on Edgar Allan Poe and set in modern times. It has an outstanding music score by the band Pooh and great all-star cast that includes Philippe Leroy, Janet Agren, Nino Castelnuovo, Silvia Dionisio, Dagmar Lassander, Gastone Moschin, Vittorio Mezzogiorno, Erika Blanc and Maria Rosaria Omaggio.

Unfortunately, none of these are available in English-friendly versions.
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