La decima vittima (1965)

Italy, 1965
98m
35mm film, colour (Technicolor), 1.85:1
mono, Italian

An Italian science fiction film directed by Elio Petri.

Plot Summary

In the near future a group of people are licensed to hunt each through the city streets for sport followed by film crews that record their activities.

Credits

Crew
Directed by: Elio Petri
© [not given on screen]
Carlo Ponti presents. A C.C. Champion S.p.A. – Roma, Les Films Concordia – Paris co-production
Produced by: Carlo Ponti
Screenplay by: Tonino Guerra, Giorgio Salvioni, Ennio Flajano, Elio Petri
Based on the Story The Seventh Victim by: Robert Sheckley
English Dialogue Consultant: Mikey Knox
Director of Photography: Gianni di Venanzo
Edited by: Ruggero Mastroianni
Music by: Piero Piccioni, conducted by the composer
Sound: Ennio Sensi, Emilio Rosa
Costumes: Giulio Coltellacci
Make-up for Mastroianni: Giuseppe Banchelli
Hair Stylist: Lina Cassini
Art Director: Piero Poletto

Cast
Marcello Mastroianni
Ursula Andress
Elsa Martinelli
Salvo Randone
Massimo Serato
Milo Quesada
Luce Bonifassy
George Wang
Evi Rigano
Walter Williams
Richard Armstrong
Antonio Ciani

Alternative Titles

Det 10:e offret – Sweden
Det 10ende offer – Norway
Das 10. Opfer – West Germany
The 10th Victim – USA
10. uhri – Finland
A 10ª Vítima – Brazil
La décima víctima – Argentina, Uruguay
A Décima Vítima – Brazil, Portugal
To dekaton thyma – Greece
La dixième victime – France
Dziesiata ofiara – Poland
Karei naru satsujin – Japan
Kymmenes uhri – Finland
Onuncu kurban – Turkey
The Tenth Victim – Ireland, UK
Det tiende offer – Denmark
A tizedik áldozat – Hungary
La víctima número diez – Spain
Das zehnte Opfer – West Germany
Десетата жертва – Bulgaria
Десята жертва – Ukraine
Десятая жертва – Russia

Extracts included in
Marcello Mastroianni: mi ricordo, sì, io mi ricordo (1997)
Marcello, una vita dolce (2006)
Tonino Guerra: A Poet in the Movies (2008)

See also
Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery (1997)
Puppet Master X: Axis Rising (2012)

References

Periodicals

  • Castle of Frankenstein no.9 p.6

Books

  • Reference Guide to Fantastic Films by Walt Lee p.482 – credits