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Destruction Force

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Destruction Force
Destruction Force.jpg
Italian theatrical release poster by Renato Casaro
Directed byStelvio Massi
CinematographyFranco Delli Colli
Music byBruno Canfora
Release date
18 March 1977

Destruction Force (originally titled La banda del trucido (The Numbskull's Gang), also known as Dirty Gang) is a 1977 Italian poliziottesco directed by Stelvio Massi. It is the fourth entry into the Tanzi/Moretto/Monnezza shared universe[1] and second film in which Tomas Milian plays the character of Monnezza serving as a direct sequel to Free Hand for a Tough Cop (Il trucido e lo sbirro).[2][3]

The participation of Milian was due to an old contract he was forced to fulfill;[3] originally intended as a special appearance, the role of Milian was expanded to make it appear as the star of the film, and Milian obtained in exchange to construct his character as he wanted and to write (uncredited) his dialogue lines.[3] The film was shot in three weeks, but Milian filmed his part in just five days.[3]

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  1. ^ Mike Malloy Grindhouse Releasing Audio Commentary, 2019. Last accessed: February 2023.
  2. ^ Roberto Curti. Italia odia: il cinema poliziesco italiano. Lindau, 2006.
  3. ^ a b c d Manlio Momarasca; Giorgio Navarro; Davide Pulici. Monnezza e i suoi fratelli. Nocturno Dossier n.39, Cinemabis Comm.

Works cited

  • Curti, Roberto (2013). Italian Crime Filmography, 1968-1980. McFarland. ISBN 0786469765.

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