Meet Him And Die Trailer

Meet Him And Die Trailer (1976)

08 October 1976 Crime 94 mins

Ray Lovelock stars as Massimo, a young undercover cop with a taste for violence and a thirst for revenge! Massimo gets himself arrested and quickly infiltrates the ranks of the underworld figure serving a sentence. Eventually a breakout is planned and Massimo is to be included. Just about as soon as they hit the street an attempt is made on the boss' (Martin Balsam) life. Massimo acts quickly in helping to save him and that's the in he has been waiting for

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Cast

Ray Lovelock

as Massimo Torlani

Martin Balsam

as Giulianelli

Elke Sommer

as Perrone's Secretary

International Titles

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International Releases Dates

Germany 27 July 1977

Italy 08 October 1976

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