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When a shipment of heroin disappears between Italy and New York, a small-time pimp in Milan is framed for the theft. Two professional hitmen are dispatched from New York to find him, but the real thieves want to get rid of him before the New York killers get to him to eliminate any chance of them finding out he's the wrong man. When the pimp's wife and daughter are murdered in the course of the "manhunt", he swears revenge on everyone who had anything to do with it.

The Italian Connection is yet another movie that proves conclusively that Fernando Di Leo was the master director of the poliziotteschi. These action-thrillers were Italy's answer to the violent crime films that emerged in America in the early 70's. Di Leo made several and this one may very well be arguably the best. Its story is underpinned by a shipment of heroin that is stolen en route from Milan to New York. A couple of American mafia hit-men are dispatched to Italy to find and kill the pimp who is accused of the theft. This man is innocent of this crime, however, and he proves to be a surprisingly resourceful opponent.

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Actors :
Luca Canali
David Catania
Frank Webster
Don Vito Tressoldi
Eva Lalli
Enrico Moroni
Nana
Nicola
Damiano
Trini
Corso
Lucia Canali
Miss Kenneth
Tressoldi's Henchman at Carpentry
Piero Panunzio
Tressoldi's Henchman with Nicola
Tressoldi's Henchman
Cloakroom Attendant
Tressoldi's Henchman at Carpentry
(credit only)
Tressoldi's Hallway Guard (as Ulrich Lommel)
(credit only)
Francesco
Tressoldi's Henchman
Dog
Tressoldi's Henchman at Garage
Man in Hotel Lobby (uncredited)
Carlo (uncredited)
Tressoldi's Lieutenant (uncredited)
School Teacher (uncredited)
Tressoldi's Henchman with Nicola (uncredited)
Prostitute (uncredited)
Gustavino (uncredited)
Peppiniello (uncredited)
Bartender (uncredited)
Passerby in Blue Shirt (uncredited)
Prostitute (uncredited)
Disco Bartender (uncredited)
Carjacking Victim (uncredited)
Thug (uncredited)
Blonde Topless Dancer (uncredited)
Man in Hotel Lobby (uncredited)
Pimp (uncredited)
Prostitute (uncredited)
Barone (uncredited)
Prostitute (uncredited)
Rita Canali (uncredited)
Trini's Friend (uncredited)
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