Smiling Maniacs (1975) Marcello Aliprandi

Smiling Maniacs (1975)
aka Corruzione al palazzo di giustizia
Genre: Eurocrime
Country: Italy | Director: Marcello Aliprandi
Language: English or Italian (2 separate audio tracks) | Subtitles: None
Aspect ratio: Widescreen 1.85:1 | Length: 107mn
Dvdrip H264 Mkv - 1024x554 - 23.976fps - 1.70gb

Please note that a few parts are only in Italian without English subs,
from 33mn46 to 34mn49 and from 1h43mn46 to 1h45mn15

During an inquest, an ambitious judge finds out that a lot of high-rank politicians are corrupt to the core. This is a film that belongs in the "Spaghetti Gangster" category. If it had been subtitled instead of dubbed it probably would have played in arthouses instead of grindhouses. There are some moments that don't really play to an American audience (such as the one in which the titular 'Smiling Maniacs' beat and rape Fernando Rey's mistress, a scene that swings schizophrenically back and forth between slapstick and ugly realism), but for the most part this is a pretty sturdy, involving drama of "corruption in the palace of justice".
     Smiling Maniacs (1975)

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4 Response to "Smiling Maniacs (1975) Marcello Aliprandi"

  1. Blatnik82 says:

    Maybe this one?
    Why Did You Pick on Me? (1980)

    bwana says:

    Hi! thank you very much for the Smiling Maniacs but the last 10 minutes are only Italian language (35min 05 sec & 1hr 43 min 40sec till the end) - what could possibly have gone wrong?

    NLZ says:

    Hi, sorry about that, it wasn't mentioned by the original uploader. It seems that it is a fandub made from the Italian dvd and an English vhs. These Italian parts have never been dubbed in English because the scenes are not in the English version of the movie.

    Unknown says:

    Have you thought of posting the documentary on Italian Cop & Crime movies: "Eurocrime?" Seems to be in the wheelhouse of "MDID" films.

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