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La Belva (Italy 1970 / Director: Mario Costa)

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Contents:
  • Runtime: 95 min
  • Release Date: 12.9.1970

Also known as

Die Bestie (Germany) | Rough Justice (U.S.A.) | The Beast (U.S.A.) | Le goût de la vengeance (France) | Salalitto (Finland) | The Taste of Revenge (U.K.) | To Ktinos tou San Diego (Greece) | O Sadistis tou Far West (Greece) | Sammansvärjningen (Sweden) | Sammensvaergelsen (Denmark) | A Besta (Portugal)

Cast and Crew

  • Cast: Klaus Kinski (Johnny Laster), Gabriella Giorgelli (Juanita), Steven Tedd (Riccardo Powers), Giovanni Pallavicino (Machete), Remo Capitani (sheriff), Giuliano Raffaelli (Gary Pinkerton), Paolo Casella (as Paul Sullivan)(Glen), Grazia Di Marzà, Fiona Florence (Dolly), Gioia Garson, Cristina Iosani (as Cristina Josani), Vittorio Mangano (Paco), Ivana Novak, Pilù (Juan), Guido Lollobrigida (as Lee Burton)(Logan), Luisa Rivelli (Nancy Powers), Antonio Anelli, Bruno Arié, Bruno Boschetti, Carla Mancini, Sandro Scarchilli, Luigi Ciavarro (as Louis Chavarro)(deputy), Gilberto Galimberti (bandit), Andrea Aurelli (Riccardo's father), Giovanni Nuvoletti (judge), Femi Benussi, Lando Buzzanca, Claudio Scarchilli, Sergio Scarchilli, Omero Capanna

Story

Kinski, as the sadistic bandit Johnny 'The Beast' Laster, has more on his mind than just the loot from his robberies. He's a sex-crazed maniac and any woman he meets is a potential rape victim.

Comment

Though it suffers greatly from a looooooow budget, complete with recycled scores and bad actors (and some good), beyond its trashiness, the film is actually quite entertaining, especially due to Kinski's rather unlikeable character. And although he's the protagaonist, he sure as hell ain't no good guy! In fact, the title should be "The Bastard."

by Korano

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