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This is an entertaining mafia movie, but don't expect to see either Dalila Di Lazzaro or Anita Ekberg on it. Whether their scenes were deleted or they just did not work in this movie. I don't know why these two divas are always supposed to be among the cast members. On the contrary, Carroll Baker is on it, and provides the movie's best moments playing a very evil posh lady with close links to the mafia. There is also a cluster of eye-candy young actors and actresses who are less known outside Italy. All in all, it was a bit long, but not a waste of time. I give it a 6 out of 10. With Dalila and Anita would have been better!!!
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