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Don't Torture a Duckling
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(1972)

Don't Torture a Duckling (Italian: Non si sevizia un paperino) is a 1972 Italian giallo film directed by Lucio Fulci where a reporter and a promiscuous young woman try to solve a series of child killings in a remote southern Italian town that's rife with superstition and distrust of outsiders. It is significant within Fulci's filmography as it is one of the first in which he began using violent gore effects, something he would continue to do in his later films, most notably Zombi 2, The Beyond and City of the Living Dead. The soundtrack was composed by Riz Ortolani and features vocals by Ornella Vanoni.

Runtime:
1:42
Released:
September 29, 1972

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Cast

8anhj3eyee2pahw73lozzxwdaop Florinda Bolkan Maciara
1ss1fm8pgqus40hhsf0xwfh69wv Barbara Bouchet Patrizia
Xqxxmjhbinsgrfoue3s6wq2nvpo Tomás Milián Andrea Martelli
6eecpj1whyfrsucnzundivbatrz Irene Papas Dona Aurelia Avallone
Marc Porel Don Alberto Avallone
T6cvzbtyzdozoay2sgqtbrckuew Georges Wilson Francesco
Antonello Campodifiori Police Lieutenant
Ugo D'Alessio Captain Modesti
Virgilio Gazzolo Police Commissioner
Vito Passeri Giuseppe Barra
Rosalia Maggio Mrs. Spriano - Michele's mother
Andrea Aureli Mr. Lo Cascio, Bruno's father
Franco Balducci Mr. Spriano, Michele's father
John Bartha Police Officer (uncredited)
Duilio Cruciani Mario (uncredited)
Iiwlqtbiw2xf10kcbwyw8qpicos Linda Sini Mrs. Lo Cascio, Bruno's mother

Crew

Art

Pier Luigi Basile Production Design

Camera

Giovanni Bergamini Camera Operator

Crew

Sergio D'Offizi Cinematography

Directing

Lucio Fulci Director

Editing

Ornella Micheli Editor

Production

Renato Jaboni Executive Producer

Sound

Riz Ortolani Original Music Composer

Writing

Roberto Gianviti Screenplay

Gianfranco Clerici Screenplay