Weapons of Death Trailer

Weapons of Death Trailer (1977)

01 January 1977 Crime 87 mins

Napoli spara! (internationally released as Weapons of Death and Naples shoots) is a "poliziottesco" film directed by Mario Caiano in 1977. It is an unofficial sequel of Napoli violenta, of which reprises the character of Gennarino (still played by Massimo Deda).

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Cast

Leonard Mann

as Commissario Belli

Ida Galli

as Lucia Parisi

Henry Silva

as Santoro

Jeff Blynn

as Guidi

Massimo Deda

as Gennarino

Adolfo Lastretti

as Paedophile

International Releases Dates

Italy 01 January 1977

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