Chi l’ha vista morire? (1972)

Italy, Monaco,
90m
35mm film, Techniscope, Technicolor, 2.35:1
mono, Italian

An Italian/Monacan horror film directed by by Aldo Lado.

Plot Summary

A murderer has already killed two young girls and the parents of his latest victim, a sculptor and his wife, start to investigate the killings. They soon realise, however, that they are seriously out of their depth and the killer is continuing his campaign of terror – and he's getting closer and closer to them wih every victim…

Credits

Crew
Directed by: Aldo Lado
© not given on screen]
Doria G. Film, Roas Produzioni Roma, Dieter Geissler Film Produktion Monaco
Produced by: Enzo Doria
Story and Screenplay: Massimo D'Avak, Francesco Barilli with the collaboration of Aldo Lado and Ruediger von Spihes
Photography by: Franco Di Giacomo
Edited by: Angelo Curi
Music Composed and Directed by: Ennio Morricone
Sound: Dino Fonzetti
Seamstress: Elisabetta Costantini
Make-up: Franco Schioppa
Production Designed by: Gisella Longo, Alessandro Parenzo

Cast
George Lazenby (Franco Serpieri)
Anita Strindberg (Elizabeth Serpieri)
Adolfo Celi (Serafian)
Dominique Boschero (Ginevra Storelli)
Peter Chatel
Piero Vida
José Quaglio (Bonayuti)
Alessandro Haber (Father James)
Nicoletta Elmi (Roberta Serpieri)
Rosemarie Lindt (Gabriella)
Giovanni Forti Rosselli
Sandro Grinfa
Carlo Hollesch
George Willing
Vittorio Fanfoni
Luigi Antonio Guerra

Alternative Titles

The Child – USA
The Child – Die Stadt wird zum Alptraum – West Germany
Qui l'a vue mourir? – France
¿Quién la ha visto morir? – Spain
Verta Venetsiassa – Finland
Who Saw Her Die?

References

Periodicals

  • Cinema Retro vol.3 no.8 (2007) p.41 – soundtrack review (Soundtrack reviews by Darren Allison)
  • Fangoria no.215 (August 2002) p.66 – DVD review (DVD Dungeon: Collection by Christine Allen)

Books

  • Horror and Science Fiction Films IV by Donald C. Willis p.80
  • Serial Killer Cinema: An Analytical Filmography by Robert Cetti p.510-511