Don't Torture a Duckling (1972) Trailer

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Dont Torture a Duckling 1972 - Trailer

Dont Torture a Duckling 1972  Trailer
Year: 1972
Genres: Horror, Thriller, Mystery
Type: Trailers
Duration: 3M46S
Cast: Michael Forest, Larry Dolgin, Carolyn De Fonseca, Susan Spafford, Frank von Kuegelgen, Vito Passeri, Geoffrey Copleston, Cicely Browne, Dan Sturkie, Robert Sommer, Andrea Aureli, Fausta Avelli, John Bartha, Florinda Bolkan, Richard McNamara, Tomas Milian, Irene Papas, Georges Wilson, Antonello Campodifiori, Charles Borromel, Ugo D'Alessio, Virgilio Gazzolo, Rosalia Maggio, Gianfranco Barra, Linda Sini, Franco Balducci, Duilio Cruciani, Don Semeraro, Barbara Bouchet, Marc Porel
Director(s): Lucio Fulci

Trailer: Don"t Torture a Duckling (1972)

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.

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In the backward village of Accendura, the boy Bruno Lo Casio goes missing and the police inspector and the local commissioner and the village Captain Modesti investigate the case. When his father receives the request of a ransom, the police arrest the local Giuseppe and realize that he is innocent. Then the boys Michele and Tonino are also murdered and the police suspect of the local witch Maciara, who practices black magic, might be the killer but they find she is also innocent. However the superstitious and ignorant locals brutally kill her. Meanwhile that village is crowded of journalist, including the experienced Andrea Martelli (Tomas Milian) from Rome. He befriends Patrizi, a daughter of a wealthy entrepreneur that is living in the village after a drug scandal. They meet the village priest Don Alberto Avallone, who has a group of boys that plays soccer at the church and is the son of the weird Dona Aurelia Avallone that raises her slow six year-old daughter. They believe the child has witnessed the murders and might know who the killer is.