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van den bremt rudy
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Re: Requests for Nick

Post by van den bremt rudy » 06/01/2021, 23:22

Again in topic for Nino Musco

PLease delete the following 3 movie titles in MORE MUSCO, they are already in filmography

1968 Mercanti di vergini
1972 Tutti fratelli nel west...
1973 Perdonate padre Lorenzo una ne faccio cento ne penso is already in filmo under anotheer title :
Confessioni segrete di un convento di clausure (first title is an alternative one)

thanks

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Post by PeplumParadise » 07/01/2021, 9:01

van den bremt rudy wrote:
06/01/2021, 23:22
Again in topic for Nino Musco

PLease delete the following 3 movie titles in MORE MUSCO, they are already in filmography

1968 Mercanti di vergini
1972 Tutti fratelli nel west...
1973 Perdonate padre Lorenzo una ne faccio cento ne penso is already in filmo under anotheer title :
Confessioni segrete di un convento di clausure (first title is an alternative one)

thanks
done

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Post by van den bremt rudy » 07/01/2021, 9:27

I have an interesting question i think, why where these Mondo movies made for and which people
came to see them because there are no story tellings
i believe they were popular in France (see the French posters) and were they also in Italy ?
where they playing in little cinemas or something else, i wonder
thanks for further informations

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Re: Requests for Nick

Post by PeplumParadise » 08/01/2021, 14:00

van den bremt rudy wrote:
07/01/2021, 9:27
I have an interesting question i think, why where these Mondo movies made for and which people
came to see them because there are no story tellings
i believe they were popular in France (see the French posters) and were they also in Italy ?
where they playing in little cinemas or something else, i wonder
thanks for further informations
Presumably so many were were made because they were cheap to produce and because they made money. People probably went to see them expecting exotic sex and other bizarre things promised by the titles and advertising and probably left disappointed.

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Re: Requests for Nick

Post by Johan Melle » 09/01/2021, 18:57

In this pic you posted from Black Jack there's Alba Maiolini (with pigtails) and on the far right I think we most probably have Iolanda Fortini
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Post by PeplumParadise » 09/01/2021, 19:17

Johan Melle wrote:
09/01/2021, 18:57
In this pic you posted from Black Jack there's Alba Maiolini (with pigtails) and on the far right I think we most probably have Iolanda Fortini
Black Jack.jpg
I'll take a look for them once I've finished with the Bonadonnas

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Post by van den bremt rudy » 11/01/2021, 10:58

Nick, this must be Giovanni Bonadonna in La visita della vecchia signora (Tv movie) (1973)
in the radio corriere tv magazine he is credited and plays the first gangster
This is a filmed play in fact, found it on youtube with credits

is it him on teh left ?
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Post by PeplumParadise » 11/01/2021, 10:59

van den bremt rudy wrote:
11/01/2021, 10:58
Nick, this must be Giovanni Bonadonna in La visita della vecchia signora (Tv movie) (1973)
in the radio corriere tv magazine he is credited and plays the first gangster
This is a filmed play in fact, found it on youtube with credits

is it him on teh left ?
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Yes, that's him

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Post by van den bremt rudy » 13/01/2021, 22:04

Nick, i have a question for you
Do you know the best websites to buy Italian movies on DVD in English language

is there a special one which is unknown to us here in Belgium ?
thanks

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Post by PeplumParadise » 13/01/2021, 22:19

van den bremt rudy wrote:
13/01/2021, 22:04
Nick, i have a question for you
Do you know the best websites to buy Italian movies on DVD in English language

is there a special one which is unknown to us here in Belgium ?
thanks
I don't know any special ones for Italian movies, there are a few that specialise in cult movies such as Video Screams which are good for horror movies, sci-fi, exploitation and sometimes westerns and peplums, but they don't tend to have regular movies like dramas, comedies, etc. I only generally buy peplum movies on DVD or blu-ray nowadays and much less than I used to now that most things can be downloaded, but I'm more bothered about what the image quality is like than what language they are in where those are concerned. There is one called DVD lady from the US that seems to have a lot of rare Italian titles listed which I did buy a few titles from a few years ago, the quality wasn't great and they are quite expensive at $12 each, but at least you can get titles you can't find anywhere else so I'm thinking of maybe ordering a few more from there. These would be DVD-R bootlegs of course taken from TV broadcasts or out-of-print VHS, not official releases

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