Giallo in Venice Trailer

Giallo in Venice Trailer (1979)

01 January 1979 91 mins

A couple is found dead in mysterious circumstances – there are some puzzling details concerning their murder. The detective inspector in charge of the case (Inspector DePaul – Jeff Blynn) is trying hard to understand the motives and, most of all, the strange modus operandi of the killer. The only lead he has is a photo displaying the couple together with some friends.

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Cast

Leonora Fani

as Flavia

Jeff Blynn

as Insp. DePaul

Gianni Dei

as Fabio

Crew

Mario Landi

Director

Berto Pisano

Original Music Composer

International Releases Dates

United States 01 January 1979

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