The Tough Ones (1976 film)
|The Tough Ones|
Italian film poster
|Directed by||Umberto Lenzi|
|Screenplay by||Dardano Sacchetti|
|Story by||Umberto Lenzi|
|Music by||Franco Micalizzi|
|Edited by||Daniele Alabiso|
|Distributed by||Medusa Distribuzione|
|Box office||₤1.617 billion|
The Tough Ones (Italian: Roma a mano armata, which translates as Rome Armed to the Teeth), also known as Brutal Justice and Assault with a Deadly Weapon, is a 1976 Italian poliziotteschi film directed by Umberto Lenzi.
- Maurizio Merli: Commissioner Leonardo Tanzi
- Tomas Milian: Vincenzo Moretto, "The Hunchback"
- Maria Rosaria Omaggio: Anna
- Ivan Rassimov: Tony Parenzo
- Arthur Kennedy: Deputy-Questor Ruini
- Giampiero Albertini: Commissioner Caputo
- Biagio Pelligra: Savelli
- Aldo Barberito: Fogliana
- Luciano Catenacci: Ferdinando Gerace
- Orso Maria Guerrini: Ferrender
Director Umberto Lenzi was offered a script titled Roma ha un segreto (Rome Has a Secret), a spy story set in the popular Roman district Trastevere. Lenzi felt that the script made no sense and trashed the script. He then asked the producer to make a film about the violence that was surrounding Rome at the time. Within a week, Lenzi improvised a script.
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