Pete, Pearl & the Pole (1973)

R   |    |  Action, Crime, Drama


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Two gangsters engage in a violent feud to get ahold of $500,000 belonging to a recently-deceased rival.


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4 April 2012 | MrHullabaloo
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| Badly dubbed nonsensical rubbish
I paid for a ticket and managed to sit through this stinky badly paced badly dubbed overacted incomprehensible amateurish attempt at a movie when it played the Vogue Theater in Vancouver in 1973. To this day I still kick myself for not walking out but it was raining and the bus wasn't due for 2 hours. I am reviewing it here because I've decided in 40 years of avid movie going - and movie making, this is the worst movie I ever saw. The plot as I recall involved some gangster double crossing and looked like it was all shot in and around a gravel pit or someplace. The costumes and dressings were bizarre Dubbed dialogue was as grating as could be. I don't remember what the photography was like but overall It was truly a painful viewing experience

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Plot Summary


Genres

Action | Crime | Drama

Details

Release Date:

3 March 1973

Language

Italian, English


Country of Origin

Italy, USA

Filming Locations

Shinnston, West Virginia, USA

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