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Diabolik /Danger: Diabolik (68-02)
Diabolik /Danger: Diabolik (68-02)
It is shown the movie "Danger: Diabolik " composed by Ennio Morricone (00:08:17)
01-Overview
 
Director: Mario Bava
Writer: Angela Giussani (story) and
Luciana Giussani (story) &
Arduino Maiuri (story) ...

Original Music: Ennio Morricone
 
Production Companies Dino de Laurentiis Cinematografica
 
AKA
Diabolik Italy (original title)
Danger: Diabolik USA
Danger: Diabolik! France
Diabolik Greece
Diabolik - mies mustassa Jaguarissa Finland (TV title)
Diabolik ger ingen n?d Sweden
Gefahr: Diabolik! West Germany
I ekdikisi tou Spaterman Greece (video title)
Mies mustassa Jaguarissa Finland
O Spiderman me ti mavri maska Greece (reissue title)
Perigo: Diabolik Brazil

Cast

John Phillip Law ... Diabolik
Marisa Mell ... Eva Kant
Michel Piccoli ... Inspector Ginko
Adolfo Celi ... Ralph Valmont
Claudio Gora ... Police Chief
Mario Donen ... Sergeant Danek
Renzo Palmer ... Minister's Assistant
Caterina Boratto ... Lady Clark
Lucia Modugno ... Prostitute

Plot Summary: (IMDB) In psychedelic swinging 60s style, the dreaded thief (and killer) Diabolik wreaks havoc on a generic European country for his own financial gain and amusement. He shares an extravagant underground lair (and a giant bed of money) with his curvaceous, superficial girlfriend...who uses her awesome powers of wig-wearing to help Diabolik kill innocent people and steal billions from the government. Nonetheless, Diabolik is the "hero" of the film because he must face off against bumbling cops and revenge-seeking mafiosos. Written by Michael "Rabbit" Hutchison <rabhutch@spacestar.net>

In a generic European country of the late 60's, Diabolik is an anti-hero whose life consists on preparing schemes to steal government money and make a fool of the entire police department. Helped by his gorgeous girlfriend Eva, Diabolik begins by stealing a few dollars, but his duel of wit and audacity with police inspector Ginko will take them both to some extreme consequences. Based on the Italian comic books by sisters Angela and Luciana Giussani. Written by Daniel Poeira

 
Synopsis for Danger: Diabolik: (IMDB) In a nameless European country, Inspector Ginco (Michel Piccoli) takes every precaution to ensure that a $1,000,000 shipment of money reaches a local bank. Despite having decoy armored trucks, the real one containing the money is sidetracked to a marina where a masked career thief, known only as Diabolik (John Phillip Law) steals the whole truck by lifting up by an electric magnet and dropping it into the water, where he dives in and retrieves the money. In a long chase, Diabolik eludes the police by switching cars with his mistress and partner-in-crime, Eva Kant (Marisa Mell) who drives Diabolik back to his hideout, a remote cave in a mountain side which has miles of underground passageways, and their living quarters is a mod of various expensive designed bought with their ill gotten money.

Having heard of the latest robbery by the masked thief, the Minister of the Interior (Terry Thomas) arranges for a press conference. But Diabolik and Eva sneak into the conference disgused as reporters where, using their flash bulbs on their camera, they set off some 'exhilarating gas'. When the Minister informs the press of this latest theft and preaching to the reporters that he is not to be made a fool of, the Minister is reduced to just that when the gas reduces everyone in the room to hysterical laughter, while Diabolik and Eva quietly leave unnoticed.

Following the press conference, Inspector Ginco attempts to resign. But his boss (Claudio Gora) refuses to accept his resignation. Ginco reluctantly agrees to stay on the police force, and is subsequently put in charge of the current plan to put all criminals behind bars. With tireless precision, Ginco and his men clean up the city. Mobsters are put behind bars, and then executed. When a drug den is raided, the jaded hippies and drug addicted are carted off.

Ralph Valmont (Adolfo Celi), the head of a large crime syndicate which is responsible for most of the murders and drug trafficking in the country, learns about the raid on one of his establishments, and makes contact with Inspector Ginco. In exchange for his life, Valmont promises to help Ginco capture Diabolik.

When the visiting British finance minister and his wife are honored at a gala party in a large castle by the beach, the press, encouraged by Ginco, play up the wifes recent acquisition of a rare emerald necklace, which is to be unveiled at the celebration. Ginco knows that Diabolik will not pass up the chance to steal the valuable jewelry, so he and his men lay in wait all around the castle for Diabolik to show up. Diabolik does show up, by scaling the seaside wall of the castle to the living quarters of the finance minister's wife where he steals the necklace, and makes another clever escape by constructing a makeshift catapult, but tricks Gino and the police into thinking he used it to eject himself to safety, when he really hides underneath it and simply walks out of the castle dressed as a policeman.

Meanwhile, Valmont and henchmen recognize Eva at an Esso filling station, and they kidnap her. After making contact with Diabolik though a local newspaper, he promises to hand over the emerald necklace in exchange for Eva. Valmont wants to meet Diabolik aboard his private airplane. The following evening, Diabolik meets with Valmont's henchmen who herd him aboard Valmont's plane which takes off. But it is revealed that this is all part of Ginco's plan for once the plane reaches a destined spot, Valmont is to release a trap door on his plane which will literally drop Diabolik into the inspector's lap. But the plan backfires greatly when Diabolik figures out what is going on and in the subsequent shoot-out aboard the plane, Diabolik frees Eva, and he and Valmont stuggle in which they fall through the trapdoor, but Diabolik leaves behind a bomb which explodes, killing all of Valmont's henchmen. The three of them parachute to safely on the ground near the police rendezvous spot where in a continuation shoot-out, Diabolik kills Valmont by shooting him before apparently committing suicide when Ginco and the police close in on him.

Ginco is saddened by Diabolik's death for he never got the chance to really arrest him. But Diabolik is not dead. During the shoot-out he took a drug which slowed down his heart and matabolsim to the point where he appeared dead. At the mourge, Eva, disguised as a nurse, arrives and administrates the antidote. Diabolik awakens, and kills the coroner before making his escape.

Unaware of Diabolik's most recent escape, Gino is puzzled over the missing emeralds. Upon reading Valmont's death certificate, an idea puzzles him. All totaled, there are eleven emeralds missing. Valmont died form eleven bullet wounds. Ginco realizes that Diabolik is clever enough to use the jewels as bullets, therby proving a very safe hiding place for them. Ginco runs over to the crematorium to inspect Valmont's ashes. Diabolik, disguised as Valmont's elderly brother, has already arrived to lay claim to his brother's ashes. When the morgue attendant begins to scoop the ashes into a urn, he is shocked to find the emeralds. But before he can do anything, Diabolik knocks him out, and makes his escape with the emeralds. As usual, Ginco arrives at the morgue missing Diabolik by a matter of seconds.

With no other alternatives open, the police offer a $1 million rewards to anybody to is able to lead them to Diabolik, Ginco realizes the foolishness of this plan, but his superiors refuse to listen him because of his string of bad luck in trying to catch Diabolik. Soon after, Diabolik sends a note to the government saying: "in view of the bad use of the government is making of the public's money, I shall take steps to remove it from circulation." In a matter of days, he blows up all tax offices, federal banks, and treasury buildings to smithereens. The former Minister of the Interior, now working as the Minister of Finance, makes another comic appearance on television where he reveals that with the destruction of the tax offices, the tax records of all citizens have been destroyed. He employs everybody to come forward voluntarily and pay the tax they think they owe. His speech elicts nothing but more laughter from the TV viewers.

With the government now strapped for money, Ginco decides to put one last plan into action. He has the entire gold reserve melted down into a 20-ton ingot so that it can make up for the lost taxes. Yet he realizes that Diabolik is going to attempt to steal it too. Rather than be outwitted again, Ginco has the container of the gold partially 'radio activated'. In this way, once it is stolen, he will he able to use radioactive detectors to lead them to Diabolik's hideout, and leading him to all of Diabolik's stolen goods.

The next day, the ingot is duly stolen by Diabolik who sabatoges the train carrying it by blowing up a railroad bridge, in which the railroad car containing the large ingot falls into the river. Diabolik and Eve, donning wet suites, then use inflatable underwater balloons to transport the large container though an underwater passage to their hideout.

At Diabolik's hideout, he dons a protective heat suit and plans to melt down the gold into gold bricks. But as he's doing so, Ginco and his men follow their radiation tracker devices to the underground lair and make their entry. For the first time, Diabolik is caught off-guard by the advancing police, but not entirely unprepared as he decides to flood the entire cavern therby destroying himself and everyone in it. But unaware that the ingot container is partly radioactive, Diabolik leaves his electric drill on the container in which the extreme heat from the drill makes the container glow red hot. Just as Diabolik is about to pull a lever to flood the cavern, the container explodes, showering him in molten gold.

The police are finally delighted to have finally disposed of Diabolik, and allow reporters and the public into Diabolik's cave to put on display Diabolik. But Ginco is not at all pleased by the decision to display the body, which now is a picturesque gold statue for the general public. The police and workers begin to haul all the stolen appliances and loot out of the cave. Later when the cavern is now deserted and empty, Eva, who had earlier fled at Diabolik's instance, comes out wearing a black funeral dress to play her respects to her lover. Ginco appears and places Eva under arrest, but allows her for a few minutes alone with the body. When Ginco leaves for a minute, a distraught Eva catches sight of Diabolik's still exposed left eye. Amazingly, it winks at her. The protective suit he is wearing has prevented him from being burned alive, though he is now trapped in his gold shell. The inspector arrives to take her away. Soon after they leave, a diabolical laugh rings out in the dark, empty cave. (IMDB)

 
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01-About Diabolik (Wiki)
Creation and development Diabolik was born from an idea of Angela Giussani, an idea born from seeing commuters everyday. (She lived near the Milano Cadorna Railway Station); she thought of creating comics with a format that one would be able to read easily and carry easily in one's pockets, while waiting for the train and while traveling. To better understand the tastes of her potential readers, Angela made a survey of the market from which she concluded that many commuters read mystery novels (though tradition says that the very idea came from her finding abandoned in a train, a Fantomas novel. Thus was born the "Diabolik format" (a small 12 x 17 cm book), a format which was also taken up by many other publications in the same genre. The pocketbook format contributed, in fact, to the unimaginable success of the character.

Diabolik is a fictional character, an anti-hero featured in Italian comics. He was created by sisters Angela and Luciana Giussani in 1962. His stories appear in monthly black and white digest-sized booklets. The character was inspired by several previous characters from Italian and French pulp fiction.

Diabolik is a ruthless master thief. He typically steals from criminals (and has no issue with killing them if need be, but rarely, if ever, kills the innocent or the police), and has a set of lifelike masks which he uses to fool his opponents, assuming every identity at his will. He seems to have a deep knowledge in many scientific fields, including chemistry, mechanics and computers. In his first appearances, Diabolik was a more straightforward villain who did not hesitate to murder anyone in order to accomplish his deeds. He was later given a more “Robin Hood”-like persona and was shown stealing essentially from criminals, in order to soften the series’ violence and amorality.

He was raised as an orphan on a secret island hideout of a criminal combine, where he learned all his criminal skills, including developing his special masks, before killing the head of the combine. Diabolik’s true name had never been revealed in the series, and he doesn’t know it himself. Diabolik took his name from a dangerous black panther that the head of the combine killed on the secret island. From issue #3 of the series, Diabolik is aided by his “moll,” Eva Kant, who has gained an increasing role as his partner and lover.

Diabolik /Danger: Diabolik (68-02)

Diabolik /Danger: Diabolik (68-02)

Diabolik and Eva Kant portrayed by Sergio Zaniboni.Diabolik always drives a black 1961 Jaguar E-type. Graphically inspired by the actor Robert Taylor, he usually wears a skintight black body suit that leaves only his eyes and eyebrows (very distinctive ones) exposed when going “into action.” Diabolik does not use firearms: his main weapons are the daggers he throws with uncanny ability, as well as a small dart gun with knockout darts. Eva drives a white Jaguar, and unusually goes into action wearing a heavy sweater and pants, no mask and no revealing clothing. The stories are set in a fictional town, Clerville, loosely inspired by Geneva, Switzerland.

Diabolik’s main opponent is Inspector Ginko, known only by his surname, a fierce police officer who is always thwarted by astute tricks devised by Diabolik. The only other recurring character is the noblewoman Altea, Ginko’s fiancee.

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02-Diabolik's official site (http://www.diabolik.it/)
Diabolik's official site (http://www.diabolik.it/)
 
03-Diabolik Game
Diabolik Game

About this Game

Diabolik is an Italian comic book character created by sisters Angelia and Luciana Guissani in 1962. Unlike most other superheroes, Diabolik has no superpower. Rather, he is a master thief with ambiguous morals—an anti-hero, or even an anti-villain. In the comic, Diabolik was raised as an orphan by criminals, learned every trick in the book, and eventually confronted and killed the boss of the criminal organization in which he was raised. He has since developed a deep-seated hatred against criminal activities like drug smuggling and judges those who perpetuate such crimes based on his own moral code. The earlier comic books portray Diabolik to be more violent who has little compassion for others, whereas the later comic books depicts him to be more like Robin Hood who tries not to hurt the innocent but does not hesitate to take down a criminal who is in his way.The engine used by the game is really clever. It gives a rather good illusion that the entire game is genuinely 3D. In fact, only the game characters are modeled in real time in 3D. The background scenes are all pre-rendered by contrast. By zooming, panning, and using other cinematic effects like lightning or sparkling, the engine is able to give the impression that the game world is fully 3D.....(More see here)

04-Fiat 500 Diabolik by StudioTorino

Fiat 500 Diabolik by StudioTorino
worlds of animation and automobiles have come together again, this time the famous Italian comic, Diabolik, and the appropriately cartoonish Fiat 500. The theme car is designed and built by StudioTorino and digital printing expert Mycrom in collaboration with Diabolik publisher, Astorina. It features a matte black exterior with two painted red fins - a classic decoration of Studiotorino, Borrani spoked rims, leather interior with specially prepared digitally printed Diabolik graphics (a technical first for digital textile printing), Brembo brakes, hand sewn upholstery, and unique PIRELLI tires specially hand cut with Diabolik eyes shape. StudioTorino plans to build only 50 units, with normal tread tires, each numbered with a special plaque on the inside of the driver's side body center pillar.

Source: StudioTorino

Fiat 500 Diabolik by StudioTorino
Fiat 500 Diabolik by StudioTorino
 
 
 
03-About the derictor Mario Bava
 

Overview (WIKI) Mario Bava (July 31, 1914 – April 25, 1980) was an Italian director, screenwriter, and cinematographer remembered as one of the greatest names from the "golden age" of Italian horror films.

the derictor Mario Bava
Mario Bava was born on July 31, 1914 in San Remo, Italy. His birth occurred only one day after Germany declared war on France and Russia after the assassination of the Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria; thus, beginning World War I. His father, Eugenio Bava, was a cinematographer and technician during for silent films. Mario originally studied to be a painter; but, the lure of the film industry was very magnetic. He began his career during the 1930s and assisted his father much like his son would later do for him.(here)
 
Filmography

Cinematographer:
  1. Beyond the Door II (1977) (uncredited)
    ... aka "Schock" - Italy (original title)
    ... aka "Shock" - USA (video title)
  2. A Man and a Boy (1974) (uncredited)
    ... aka "Cani arrabbiati" - Italy (original title)
    ... aka "Kidnapped" - Italy (restored version), USA (DVD title)
    ... aka "Rabid Dogs" - , USA (literal English title)
  3. Four Times that Night (1972) (uncredited)
    ... aka "Quante volte... quella notte" - Italy (original title)
    ... aka "Four Times That Night" - , International (English title)
  4. Baron Blood (1972) (uncredited)
    ... aka "Gli orrori del castello di Norimberga" - West Germany (original title)
    ... aka "The Torture Chamber of Baron Blood" - , USA (long title)
  5. Twitch of the Death Nerve (1971)
    ... aka "Reazione a catena" - Italy (original title)
    ... aka "A Bay of Blood" - International (English title) (uncensored intended title), USA
    ... aka "Ecology of a Crime" - International (English title) (informal literal title)
    ... aka "The Antecedent" - USA (informal title)
    ... aka "The Last House on the Left, Part II" - USA (reissue title)
  6. Roy Colt and Winchester Jack (1970) (uncredited)
    ... aka "Roy Colt e Winchester Jack" - Italy (original title)
  7. Hatchet for the Honeymoon (1970)
    ... aka "Il rosso segno della follia" - Italy (original title)
    ... aka "An Axe for the Honeymoon" - International (English title) (informal literal title)
  8. 5 bambole per la luna d'agosto (1970) (uncredited)
    ... aka "Island of Terror" - USA (dubbed version)

  9. Danger: Diabolik (1968) (uncredited)
    ... aka "Diabolik" - Italy (original title)
  10. Dr. Goldfoot and the Girl Bombs (1966) (uncredited)
    ... aka "Le spie vengono dal semifreddo" - Italy (original title)
    ... aka "The Spy Came from the Semi-Cold" - International (English title) (literal title)
    ... aka "Two Mafia Guys from the FBI" - International (English title) (literal title)
  11. Kill Baby, Kill (1966) (uncredited)
    ... aka "Operazione paura" - Italy (original title)
    ... aka "Curse of the Living Dead" - USA (reissue title)
    ... aka "Kill, Baby... Kill!" - USA
  12. I coltelli del vendicatore (1966) (uncredited)
    ... aka "Viking Massacre" - , Canada (English title) (video title)
  13. Planet of the Vampires (1965) (uncredited)
    ... aka "Terrore nello spazio" - Spain (original title)
    ... aka "The Demon Planet" - USA (TV title)
  14. The Road to Fort Alamo (1964) (uncredited)
    ... aka "La strada per Forte Alamo" - Italy (original title)
  15. Blood and Black Lace (1964) (uncredited)
    ... aka "Sei donne per l'assassino" - Italy (original title)
    ... aka "Six Women for the Murderer" - International (English title) (literal title)
  16. What (1963) (uncredited)
    ... aka "La frusta e il corpo" - Italy (original title)
    ... aka "The Whip and the Flesh" - International (English title)
  17. Black Sabbath (1963) (uncredited)
    ... aka "I tre volti della paura" - Italy (original title)
  18. The Evil Eye (1963)
    ... aka "La ragazza che sapeva troppo" - Italy (original title)
  19. Erik the Conqueror (1961)
    ... aka "Gli invasori" - Italy (original title)
  20. Hercules in the Haunted World (1961)
    ... aka "Ercole al centro della terra" - Italy (original title)
    ... aka "Hercules at the Center of the Earth" - International (English title) (literal title)
    ... aka "Hercules in the Center of the Earth" - International (English title)
  21. Esther and the King (1960) (director of photography)
  22. Black Sunday (1960)
    ... aka "La maschera del demonio" - Italy (original title)

  23. Giant of Marathon (1959)
    ... aka "La battaglia di Maratona" - Italy (original title)
    ... aka "The Giant Marathon" - Philippines (English title)
  24. Caltiki the Undying Monster (1959) (as John Foam)
    ... aka "Caltiki - il mostro immortale" - Italy (original title)
    ... aka "Caltiki, the Immortal Monster" - USA
  25. Agi Murad il diavolo bianco (1959)
  26. Hercules Unchained (1959)
    ... aka "Ercole e la regina di Lidia" - Italy (original title)
    ... aka "Hercules and the Queen of Lydia" - International (English title) (literal title)
  27. The Day the Sky Exploded (1958)
    ... aka "La morte viene dallo spazio" - Italy (original title)
  28. Citt di notte (1958)
  29. Hercules (1958)
    ... aka "Le fatiche di Ercole" - Italy (original title)
    ... aka "Labors of Hercules" - International (English title) (literal title)
  30. Nero's Mistress (1956)
    ... aka "Mio figlio Nerone" - Italy (original title)
    ... aka "O.K. Nero" - USA
  31. Lust of the Vampire (1956)
    ... aka "I vampiri" - Italy (original title)
    ... aka "The Devil's Commandment" - USA
  32. Roland the Mighty (1956)
    ... aka "Orlando e i Paladini di Francia" - Italy (original title)
  33. Beautiful But Dangerous (1955)
    ... aka "La donna pi bella del mondo" - Italy (original title)
    ... aka "The World's Most Beautiful Woman" - International (English title) (literal title)
  34. Sins of Casanova (1955)
    ... aka "Le avventure di Giacomo Casanova" - Italy (original title)
    ... aka "Adventures of Giacomo Casanova" - International (English title) (literal title)
  35. Buonanotte... avvocato! (1955)
  36. Cose da pazzi (1954)
  37. High School (1954)
    ... aka "Terza liceo" - Italy (original title)
  38. Graziella (1954)
  39. Hanno rubato un tram (1954)
  40. It Happened in the Park (1953)
    ... aka "Villa Borghese" - Italy (original title)
  41. Il viale della speranza (1953)
  42. Perdonami! (1953)
  43. Balocchi e profumi (1953)
  44. Sunday Heroes (1953)
    ... aka "Gli eroi della domenica" - Italy (original title)
  45. Il bacio dell'Aurora (1953)
  46. Dad Becomes Mom (1952)
    ... aka "Pap diventa mamma" - Italy (original title)
  47. La famiglia Passaguai fa fortuna (1951)
  48. Guardie e ladri (1951)
  49. Canzone di primavera (1951)
  50. Love I Haven't... But... But (1951)
    ... aka "Amor non ho... per... per" - Italy (original title)
  51. Goya (1951)
  52. The Passaguai Family (1951)
    ... aka "La famiglia Passaguai" - Italy (original title)
  53. The Taming of Dorothy (1950)
    ... aka "Her Favorite Husband" - Italy (original title)
  54. Vita da cani (1950)
  55. Miss Italia (1950)
    ... aka "My Beautiful Daughter" - USA (TV title)
  56. arrivato il cavaliere! (1950)
  57. L'ospedale del delitto (1950)

  58. Mad About Opera (1949)
    ... aka "Follie per l'opera" - Italy (original title)
    ... aka "Mad About the Opera" - USA (TV title)
  59. Anthony of Padua (1949)
    ... aka "Antonio di Padova" - Italy (original title)
  60. Variazioni sinfoniche (1949)
  61. Love of a Clown - Pagliacci (1948)
    ... aka "Pagliacci" - Italy (original title)
  62. Natale al campo 119 (1947)
  63. Uomini e cieli (1947)
  64. Anfiteatro Flavio (1947)
  65. Legenda Sinfonica (1947)
  66. Santa notte (1947)
  67. Elixir of Love (1946)
    ... aka "L'Elisir d'amore" - Italy (original title)
    ... aka "This Wine of Love" - USA
  68. L'orecchio (1946)
  69. Sant'Elena, piccola isola (1943)
  70. L'avventura di Annabella (1943)

  71. The Bullying Turkey (1939)
    ... aka "Il tacchino prepotente" - Italy (original title)
  72. Lively Teresa (1939)
    ... aka "La vispa Teresa" - Italy (original title)
Director:
  1. La Venere d'Ille (1979) (TV)
  2. Beyond the Door II (1977)
    ... aka "Schock" - Italy (original title)
    ... aka "Shock" - USA (video title)
  3. A Man and a Boy (1974)
    ... aka "Cani arrabbiati" - Italy (original title)
    ... aka "Kidnapped" - Italy (restored version), USA (DVD title)
    ... aka "Rabid Dogs" - , USA (literal English title)
  4. Lisa and the Devil (1974) (also as Mickey Lion)
    ... aka "Lisa e il diavolo" - Italy (original title)
    ... aka "The House of Exorcism" - International (English title) (recut version)
  5. Four Times that Night (1972)
    ... aka "Quante volte... quella notte" - Italy (original title)
    ... aka "Four Times That Night" - , International (English title)
  6. Baron Blood (1972)
    ... aka "Gli orrori del castello di Norimberga" - West Germany (original title)
    ... aka "The Torture Chamber of Baron Blood" - , USA (long title)
  7. Twitch of the Death Nerve (1971)
    ... aka "Reazione a catena" - Italy (original title)
    ... aka "A Bay of Blood" - International (English title) (uncensored intended title), USA
    ... aka "Ecology of a Crime" - International (English title) (informal literal title)
    ... aka "The Antecedent" - USA (informal title)
    ... aka "The Last House on the Left, Part II" - USA (reissue title)
  8. Roy Colt and Winchester Jack (1970)
    ... aka "Roy Colt e Winchester Jack" - Italy (original title)
  9. Hatchet for the Honeymoon (1970)
    ... aka "Il rosso segno della follia" - Italy (original title)
    ... aka "An Axe for the Honeymoon" - International (English title) (informal literal title)
  10. 5 bambole per la luna d'agosto (1970)
    ... aka "Island of Terror" - USA (dubbed version)

  1. "L'odissea" (1968) TV mini-series (episode "Polifemo")
    ... aka "The Adventures of Ulysses" - Europe (English title) (theatrical title)
  2. Danger: Diabolik (1968)
    ... aka "Diabolik" - Italy (original title)
  3. Dr. Goldfoot and the Girl Bombs (1966)
    ... aka "Le spie vengono dal semifreddo" - Italy (original title)
    ... aka "The Spy Came from the Semi-Cold" - International (English title) (literal title)
    ... aka "Two Mafia Guys from the FBI" - International (English title) (literal title)
  4. Kill Baby, Kill (1966)
    ... aka "Operazione paura" - Italy (original title)
    ... aka "Curse of the Living Dead" - USA (reissue title)
    ... aka "Kill, Baby... Kill!" - USA
  5. I coltelli del vendicatore (1966)
    ... aka "Viking Massacre" - , Canada (English title) (video title)
  6. Gunman Called Nebraska (1966) (uncredited)
    ... aka "Ringo del Nebraska" - Italy (original title)
    ... aka "Ringo from Nebraska" - USA
  7. Planet of the Vampires (1965)
    ... aka "Terrore nello spazio" - Spain (original title)
    ... aka "The Demon Planet" - USA (TV title)
  8. The Road to Fort Alamo (1964) (as John M. Old)
    ... aka "La strada per Forte Alamo" - Italy (original title)
  9. Blood and Black Lace (1964)
    ... aka "Sei donne per l'assassino" - Italy (original title)
    ... aka "Six Women for the Murderer" - International (English title) (literal title)
  10. What (1963) (as John M. Old)
    ... aka "La frusta e il corpo" - Italy (original title)
    ... aka "The Whip and the Flesh" - International (English title)
  11. Black Sabbath (1963)
    ... aka "I tre volti della paura" - Italy (original title)
  12. The Evil Eye (1963)
    ... aka "La ragazza che sapeva troppo" - Italy (original title)
  13. Erik the Conqueror (1961)
    ... aka "Gli invasori" - Italy (original title)
  14. Hercules in the Haunted World (1961)
    ... aka "Ercole al centro della terra" - Italy (original title)
    ... aka "Hercules at the Center of the Earth" - International (English title) (literal title)
    ... aka "Hercules in the Center of the Earth" - International (English title)
  15. Le meraviglie di Aladino (1961)
  16. The Last of the Vikings (1961) (uncredited)
    ... aka "L'ultimo dei Vikinghi" - Italy (original title)
  17. Esther and the King (1960) (Italian version)
  18. Black Sunday (1960)
    ... aka "La maschera del demonio" - Italy (original title)

  19. Giant of Marathon (1959) (uncredited) (completed film)
    ... aka "La battaglia di Maratona" - Italy (original title)
    ... aka "The Giant Marathon" - Philippines (English title)
  20. Caltiki the Undying Monster (1959) (uncredited) (completed film)
    ... aka "Caltiki - il mostro immortale" - Italy (original title)
    ... aka "Caltiki, the Immortal Monster" - USA
  21. Lust of the Vampire (1956) (uncredited) (completed film)
    ... aka "I vampiri" - Italy (original title)
    ... aka "The Devil's Commandment" - USA
  22. Ulysses (1954) (uncredited)
    ... aka "Ulisse" - Italy (original title)

  23. Variazioni sinfoniche (1949)
  24. Anfiteatro Flavio (1947)
  25. Legenda Sinfonica (1947)
  26. Santa notte (1947)
  27. L'orecchio (1946)
Writer:
  1. Lisa and the Devil (1974) (screenplay)
    ... aka "Lisa e il diavolo" - Italy (original title)
    ... aka "The House of Exorcism" - International (English title) (recut version)
  2. Twitch of the Death Nerve (1971) (screenplay)
    ... aka "Reazione a catena" - Italy (original title)
    ... aka "A Bay of Blood" - International (English title) (uncensored intended title), USA
    ... aka "Ecology of a Crime" - International (English title) (informal literal title)
    ... aka "The Antecedent" - USA (informal title)
    ... aka "The Last House on the Left, Part II" - USA (reissue title)
  3. Hatchet for the Honeymoon (1970) (screenplay) (uncredited)
    ... aka "Il rosso segno della follia" - Italy (original title)
    ... aka "An Axe for the Honeymoon" - International (English title) (informal literal title)

  4. The Miniskirt Murders (1968) (story) (uncredited)
    ... aka "Nude... si muore" - Italy (original title)
    ... aka "Naked You Die" - USA (DVD title)
    ... aka "School Girl Killer" - USA (video title)
    ... aka "The Young, the Evil & the Savage" - USA (dubbed version)
  5. Danger: Diabolik (1968) (screenplay)
    ... aka "Diabolik" - Italy (original title)
  6. Kill Baby, Kill (1966) (screenplay)
    ... aka "Operazione paura" - Italy (original title)
    ... aka "Curse of the Living Dead" - USA (reissue title)
    ... aka "Kill, Baby... Kill!" - USA
  7. I coltelli del vendicatore (1966) (writer) (as John Hold)
    ... aka "Viking Massacre" - , Canada (English title) (video title)
  8. Planet of the Vampires (1965) (original version)
    ... aka "Terrore nello spazio" - Spain (original title)
    ... aka "The Demon Planet" - USA (TV title)
  9. Blood and Black Lace (1964) (collaboration)
    ... aka "Sei donne per l'assassino" - Italy (original title)
    ... aka "Six Women for the Murderer" - International (English title) (literal title)
  10. Black Sabbath (1963) (writer)
    ... aka "I tre volti della paura" - Italy (original title)
  11. The Evil Eye (1963) (writer)
    ... aka "La ragazza che sapeva troppo" - Italy (original title)
  12. Erik the Conqueror (1961) (story and screenplay)
    ... aka "Gli invasori" - Italy (original title)
  13. Hercules in the Haunted World (1961) (screenplay) (story)
    ... aka "Ercole al centro della terra" - Italy (original title)
    ... aka "Hercules at the Center of the Earth" - International (English title) (literal title)
    ... aka "Hercules in the Center of the Earth" - International (English title)
  14. Black Sunday (1960) (uncredited)
    ... aka "La maschera del demonio" - Italy (original title)
Special Effects:
  1. "Moses the Lawgiver" (1974) TV mini-series (special effects)
    ... aka "Moses" - USA (theatrical title)

  2. "L'odissea" (1968) TV mini-series (special effects)
    ... aka "The Adventures of Ulysses" - Europe (English title) (theatrical title)
  3. Planet of the Vampires (1965) (special effects) (uncredited)
    ... aka "Terrore nello spazio" - Spain (original title)
    ... aka "The Demon Planet" - USA (TV title)
  4. Le meraviglie di Aladino (1961) (special effects)
  5. Black Sunday (1960) (matte paintings) (uncredited) (special effects) (uncredited)
    ... aka "La maschera del demonio" - Italy (original title)

  6. Giant of Marathon (1959) (special photographic effects)
    ... aka "La battaglia di Maratona" - Italy (original title)
    ... aka "The Giant Marathon" - Philippines (English title)
  7. Caltiki the Undying Monster (1959) (special effects) (as Marie Foam)
    ... aka "Caltiki - il mostro immortale" - Italy (original title)
    ... aka "Caltiki, the Immortal Monster" - USA
  8. Hercules Unchained (1959) (special effects director)
    ... aka "Ercole e la regina di Lidia" - Italy (original title)
    ... aka "Hercules and the Queen of Lydia" - International (English title) (literal title)
  9. Hercules (1958) (special effects)
    ... aka "Le fatiche di Ercole" - Italy (original title)
    ... aka "Labors of Hercules" - International (English title) (literal title)
  10. Nero's Mistress (1956) (special effects)
    ... aka "Mio figlio Nerone" - Italy (original title)
    ... aka "O.K. Nero" - USA
  11. Lust of the Vampire (1956) (special effects) (uncredited)
    ... aka "I vampiri" - Italy (original title)
    ... aka "The Devil's Commandment" - USA
  12. The Taming of Dorothy (1950) (special effects)
    ... aka "Her Favorite Husband" - Italy (original title)
Camera and Electrical Department:
  1. Hercules Unchained (1959) (special lighting director)
    ... aka "Ercole e la regina di Lidia" - Italy (original title)
    ... aka "Hercules and the Queen of Lydia" - International (English title) (literal title)
  2. Hercules (1958) (lighting technician)
    ... aka "Le fatiche di Ercole" - Italy (original title)
    ... aka "Labors of Hercules" - International (English title) (literal title)

  3. Barber of Seville (1946) (camera operator)
    ... aka "Il barbiere di Siviglia" - Italy (original title)
  4. The White Ship (1942) (assistant camera) (uncredited)
    ... aka "La nave bianca" - Italy (original title)
  5. The Lion of Damascus (1942) (camera operator)
    ... aka "Il leone di Damasco" - Italy (original title)
  6. Captain Tempest (1942) (camera operator)
    ... aka "Capitan Tempesta" - Italy (original title)
  7. La compagnia della teppa (1941) (camera operator)
  8. S.O.S. Submarine (1941) (camera operator)
    ... aka "Uomini sul fondo" - Italy (original title)
  9. Ecco la felicit (1940) (camera operator)
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director:
  1. Inferno (1980) (second unit director) (uncredited)

  2. Attack of the Normans (1962) (second unit director)
    ... aka "I normanni" - Italy (original title)
    ... aka "Conquest of the Normans" - USA (video title)
  3. Le meraviglie di Aladino (1961) (second unit director)
  4. Son of Samson (1960) (second unit director)
    ... aka "Maciste nella valle dei re" - Italy (original title)

  5. Giant of Marathon (1959) (assistant director) (uncredited)
    ... aka "La battaglia di Maratona" - Italy (original title)
    ... aka "The Giant Marathon" - Philippines (English title)
  6. Agi Murad il diavolo bianco (1959) (assistant director) (uncredited)
  7. Hercules Unchained (1959) (assistant director) (uncredited)
    ... aka "Ercole e la regina di Lidia" - Italy (original title)
    ... aka "Hercules and the Queen of Lydia" - International (English title) (literal title)
 
 
 
 
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