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Bloody Friday (film)

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Bloody Friday
German film poster
GermanBlutiger Freitag
Directed byRolf Olsen
Screenplay by
Story by
  • Valeria Bonamano
  • Rolf Olsen
  • Fernando Di Leo[1]
CinematographyFranz X. Lederle[1]
Edited byAmedeo Giomini
Eva Zeyn[1]
Music byFrancesco De Masi[1]
Lisa Film
Cineproduzioni Daunia 70[1]
Distributed byGloria Film (Germany)
Alpherat (Italy)[2]
Release dates
  • 8 May 1972 (1972-05-08) (West Germany)
  • 6 February 1973 (1973-02-06) (Italy)
Running time
97 minutes[2]
CountriesWest Germany

Bloody Friday (German: Blutiger Freitag) is a 1972 crime film directed by Rolf Olsen and starring Raimund Harmstorf, Amadeus August, and Gianni Macchia.[3]

It was shot on location in Munich and other parts of Bavaria.[citation needed]


After escaping from a courtroom during his trial, a major criminal plans the biggest bank robbery every to have taken place in the country.

Main cast


Fernando Di Leo revised the screenplay of the film and is uncredited in the film's credits.[1]


Bloody Friday was released in West Germany where it was distributed by Gloria Film on 8 May 1972.[2] It was distributed in Italy by Alpherat on 6 February 1973 under the title Violenza contro violenza.[1] The film grossed 135,195,000 Italian lire on its theatrical release in Italy.[1]


  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i j Curti, Roberto (2013). Italian Crime Filmography, 1968–1980. Jefferson, NC: McFarland & Company. pp. 51–52. ISBN 0786469765.
  2. ^ a b c "Blutiger Freitag" (in German). Retrieved 13 September 2021.
  3. ^ Mayer, Geoffrey (2012). Historical Dictionary of Crime Films. Lanham, MD: Scarecrow Press. p. 169. ISBN 978-0-8108-6769-7.

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