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L'Etrusco Uccide Ancora Details


A joint venture between Italian and German production companies, this meandering horror mess stars [[Performer~P14950~Alex Cord~alexcord]] and [[Performer~P21328~Samantha Eggar~samanthaeggar]] as a pair of archeologists delving into a series of ancient Etruscan tombs who eventually discover a supernatural connection between a series of grisly murders and the wrath of the vengeful god "Tuchulka." Their ruminations are eventually interrupted by Tuchulka's hordes of the walking dead -- or a handful of them, anyway -- who hunger for the flesh of the living. [[Performer~P14950~Cord~alexcord]] and [[Performer~P21328~Eggar~samanthaeggar]] turn in workmanlike performances en route to their paychecks, but the rest of the proceedings are woefully amateurish; some scenes seem like trial runs for [[Performer~P87169~Amando de Ossorio~amandodeossorio]]'s [[Feature~V67230~Blind Dead~lanochedelterrorciego]] series. ~ Cavett Binion, Rovi


Vladan Milasinovic
as Otello
Samantha Eggar
as Myra
Nadja Tiller
as Leni
Ivan Pavicevac
as Policeman
Carlo de Mejo
as Igor
Alex Cord
as Jason
Wendy D'Olive
as Giselle
John Marley
as Nikos
Christiane Von Blank
as Velia
Mario Maranzana
as Vitanza
Enzo Cerusico
as Alberto
Daniela Surina
as Irene
Enzo Tarascio
as Giuranna
Horst Frank
as Stephan


Armando Crispino
Armando Crispino
Erico Menczer
Riz Ortolani
Composer (Music Score)
Alberto Gallitti
Giantito Burchiellaro
Art Director
Jurgen Kiebach
Set Designer
Luca Sabatelli
Costume Designer
Victor Tourjansky
First Assistant Director
Riz Ortolani