Ricco the Mean MacHine (1973)
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Released from prison after a two-year stretch, Ricco Aversi (Christopher Mitchum, Summertime Killer) goes gunning for merciless drug smuggler Don Vito (Arthur Kennedy, Let Sleeping Corpses Lie), who not only had his father brutally murdered but also stole his drop-dead gorgeous girlfriend (Malisa Longo, Black Emanuelle, White Emanuelle). Teaming up with a beautiful con-artist (Barbara Bouchet, The Red Queen Kills 7 Times), Ricco's blood-soaked path to vengeance knows no bounds!
Containing scenes of grisly ultra-violence, Ricco, The Mean Machine was released in America as a horror film called Cauldron of Death! Seen for thirty years only via censored VHS tapes, Ricco is presented by Dark Sky Films complete and uncut, in all its gory glory.
Editor's NoteIn this violent revenge film, Ricco Aversi (Christopher Mitchum, son of Robert) emerges from prison to go after the brutal drug trafficker Don Vito (Arthur Kennedy), who killed his father and stole his girl. With comely con-artist Scilla at his side, Ricco goes on a warpath of fanatical vengeance, leaving a trail of horrific carnage that leads all the way to the Big Man...
|Angel Serrano - Editor|
|Edward L. Montoro - Executive Producer|
|Francisco Fraile - Cinematographer|
|Jose Gutierrez Maesso, et. al. - Screenplay|
|Mario di Nardo, et. al. - Based On Story By|
|Nando De Luca - Original Music By|
|Tulio Demicheli - Director|