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Deadly Inheritance (Italian: Omicidio per vocazione/ Murder by Vocation), later re-released as L'assassino ha le mani pulite/ The Killer Has Clean Hands) is a 1968 Italian giallo film directed by Vittorio Sindoni, filmed entirely in Rome. It was distributed in the USA and UK only as Deadly Inheritance.
An old man named Oscar is "accidentally" run over by a train in France. According to his will, his heirs must wait until the youngest among them (a simpleton named Janot) reaches the age of 21 before the estate can be settled. Janot unfortunately soon after turns up dismembered by a train as well, in another "accident". Then Rosalie and her husband meet untimely deaths, which calls the affair to the attention of a police inspector. A young family member named Collette is next on the killer's list.
This murder mystery takes place out in the country, as oppsed to the usual giallo urban setting. One interesting murder is shot from the killer's point-of-view as he beats a blonde victim's head in with a golf club. Can the police track down this killer before he annihilates everyone in the gene pool?Tom Drake: Inspector Greville
Femi Benussi: Simone
Virgilio Gazzolo: Etienne
Ernesto Colli: Janot
Isarco Ravaioli: Jules
Ivo Garrani: Leon
Valeria Ciangottini: Colette
Giovanna Lenzi: Rosalie
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