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Genre  Action, Crime, Thriller
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Language  Italian
7.2/10 IMDb

Director  Umberto Lenzi
Music director  Franco Micalizzi
Country  Italy, France
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Release date  7 August 1976 (1976-08-07)
Writer  Vincenzo Mannino (screenplay), Vincenzo Mannino (story)
Film series  Commissioner Betti trilogy
Cast  Maurizio Merli (Il commissario Betti), John Saxon (Francesco Capuano), Barry Sullivan ('O' Generale), Elio Zamuto (Franco Casagrande), Maria Grazia Spina (Gervasi's Wife), Silvano Tranquilli (Paolo Gervasi)
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Violent Naples (Italian title: Napoli violenta) is a 1976 poliziottesco film directed by Umberto Lenzi. It starred Maurizio Merli, John Saxon and Barry Sullivan.

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Plot

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Inspector Betti (Maurizio Merli) is transferred to Naples and immediately after his arrival receives a warm welcome from The Commandante (Barry Sullivan), the city's crime lord. Betti then goes on a personal mission against corruption and organized crime, and tries to force the syndicate out of town with any means necessary.

Cast

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  • Maurizio Merli: Commissioner Betti
  • John Saxon: Francesco Capuano
  • Barry Sullivan: 'O Generale
  • Elio Zamuto: Franco Casagrande
  • Silvano Tranquilli: Paolo Gervasi
  • Maria Grazia Spina: Gervasi's wife
  • Guido Alberti: Quaestor
  • Tom Felleghy : Commissioner in Genoa
  • Release

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    Violent Naples was released in Italy on August 7, 1976 where it was distributed by Fida Cinematografica. It had a domestic gross of 2,046,936,220 Italian lire.

    Reception

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    The Monthly Film Bulletin described the film as a "nasty, brutish and over-long escapade" that was plagirizing Dirty Harry. The review found thef ilm tobe "lacklustre in style, without a trace of tension to its slam-bang action."

    References

    Violent Naples Wikipedia
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