San Babila-8 P.M. Trailer

San Babila-8 P.M. Trailer (1976)

26 May 1976 105 mins

A quartet of young neo-Fascists terrorise the Milanise locals while the Police mostly look the other way.

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Ennio Morricone

Ennio Morricone Music Editor

International Titles

Площад*Сан Бабила*, 20ч.:Едно ненужно престъпление Trailer

San Babila, 20 Uhr: Ein sinnloses Verbrechen Trailer

San Babila Trailer

San Babila egy napja Trailer

International Releases Dates

Italy 26 May 1976

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(Italy 1976) Ennio Morricone - San Babila-8 P.M.

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