A Special Cop in Action Trailer

A Special Cop in Action Trailer (1976)

27 November 1976 Action, Thriller, Crime 98 mins

A school bus with young children being kidnapped. Commissario Betti will solve the case. High action is promised, including hostage, bank robberies, car chases, prison scenes and mafia bosses!

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Cast

Maurizio Merli

as Commissario Betti

John Saxon

as Albertelli

Raymond Pellegrin

as Commissario Arpino

Toni Ucci

as Raffaele Cacace

Sergio Fiorentini

as Salvatore Mancuso

Franco Borelli

as Bertoli

Dino Mattielli

as Attardi

Stelio Candelli

as Forestier

Crew

Franco Micalizzi

Original Music Composer

International Releases Dates

Italy 27 November 1976

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