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The Two Faces of Fear

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The Two Faces of Fear
The Two Faces of Fear.jpg
Spanish film poster
Directed byTulio Demicheli
Screenplay by
  • Pedro Mario Herrero
  • Mario Di Nardo[1]
CinematographyManuel Rojas[1]
Edited byAngel Serrano[1]
Music byFranco Micalizzi[1]
  • B.R.C.
  • Tecisa
Release date
  • 24 March 1972 (1972-03-24) (Spain)
  • Italy
  • Spain

The Two Faces of Fear (Italian: I Due Volti della Paura) is a film directed by Tulio Demicheli. The film is an Italian and Spanish co-production between the Rome based company B.R.C. and Tecisa a Madrid based company.[1]



The Two Faces of Fear was distributed in Spain on 24 March 1972.[2] It grossed a contemporary value of 81,001.29 Euro with admissions of 396,942 in Spain.[2]


From contemporary reviews, David McGillivray reviewed an 88 minute dubbed version in the Monthly Film Bulletin.[1] McGillivray stated that "Apart from one taut and reasonably well played sequence in which a woman-convinced that her husband is about to murder her on the operating table-pleads for understanding as she succumbs to the anaesthetic, this routine and underdeveloped thriller consists of little more than bits of badly tied wrapping."[1] McGillivray also stated that the film had "expressionless dubbing".[1]


  1. ^ a b c d e f g h McGillivray, David (April 1973). "Due Volti della Para, I (The Two Faces of Fear)". Monthly Film Bulletin. Vol. 40, no. 471. British Film Institute. pp. 74–75.
  2. ^ a b "Coartada En Disco Rojo". The Spanish Film Catalogue. Retrieved April 11, 2020.

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