Release date1974 WriterGiovanni Addessi, Franco Barbaresi, Camillo Bazzoni ScreenplayCamillo Bazzoni, Giovanni Addessi, Franco Barbaresi CastAntonio Sabato (Paolo Mancuso), Silvia Monti (Laura Monachesi), Pier Paolo Capponi (The Inspector), Nicoletta Rizzi Similar moviesAntonio Sabato - Sr and Pier Paolo Capponi appear in both
The Last Desperate Hours (Italian: Milano: il clan dei calabresi) is a 1974 Italian poliziottesco (Italian crime genre) Mafia film directed by Giorgio Stegani.
The film was shot on location in Milan and in Incir-De Paolis Studios in Rome.
The Last Desperate Hours was released in Italy on November 29, 1974 where it was distributed by the Overseas Film Company. It grossed a total of 560.728 million Italian lire on its release.
In his book Italian Crime Filmography 1968-1980, Roberto Curti noted that "the sociological ambitions end up in excruciating banalities, such as the confrontation between Mancuso and his poor but honset wife (Nicoletta Rizzi)"
The score by Gianni Marchetti was re-used partially in the films Emanuelle's Revenge by Joe D'Amato and SS Girls by Bruno Mattei.