Death Rage

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Death Rage
Death Rage.jpg
Directed by Antonio Margheriti
Produced by Frank Caruso (executive producer)
Raymond R. Homer (producer)
Umberto Lenzi (producer)
Written by Guy Castaldo
Don Gazzaniga
Starring See below
Music by Guido De Angelis
Maurizio De Angelis
Cinematography Sergio D'Offizi
Edited by Mario Morra
Fima Noveck
Release dates
5 April 1977
Running time
98 minutes (Germany)
98 minutes (USA)
Country Italy
Language Italian

Death Rage (Italian: Con la rabbia agli occhi) is a 1976 Italian film directed by Antonio Margheriti.

The film is also known as Anger in His Eyes in the United Kingdom, Blood Reckoning in the USA (video title) and Shadow of the Killer in the Philippines (English title)

Plot summary[edit]

A chance for revenge brings a hit man out of retirement in this crime drama directed by genre specialist Antonio Margheriti (aka Anthony M. Dawson). Sal Leonardi is a well-connected American Mafioso who, while vacationing in Naples, visits a racetrack and is persuaded by good natured tout Angelo (Massimo Raniei) to put his money on a long shot. While Angelo sometimes works around the odds at the track by putting front-running horses off their stride with a pellet gun, in this case Angelo's horse wins without outside interference and pays off big. But after Sal collects his winnings, he's spotted by Gennare Gallo (Giancarlo Sbragia), a local mob boss who holds a grudge against Sal's partners; guns are drawn, Sal and his bodyguards are killed, while Angelo, who is also a police informant, is stripped of his winnings. Back in New York, Leonardi's partners are eager to even the score against Gallo, and hey approach Peter Marciani (Yul Brynner), a former hired killer who retired after the traumatic murder of his brother. Peter is persuaded to assassinate Gallo when he learns that the Italian mobster was behind the murder of his brother; Peter flies to Naples and finds an ally in Angelo, but he soon learns that there's more to this story than he's been led to believe.



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