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Alberto Cavallone : Il terzo gode

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4:08 PM - Aug 20, 2009 #1

OK , here is the scan of the german release on VFL !

@Magnus : If you checked your DVD-R you could add the running time of that print
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4:16 PM - Aug 20, 2009 #2

Excellent,many thanks for this.

Btw my copy of the VFL tape is also 74m 50s.
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5:19 PM - Aug 20, 2009 #3

If you're interested in some infos about this obscure Cavallone's movie, you could read this old review of mine (English language): http://www.egafd.com/films/details.php/id/e0760
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10:56 AM - Aug 21, 2009 #4

Very nice review Andrea,any news about your forthcoming book?

Regarding PAT,UNA DONNA PARTICOLARE,i have the Italian A&J and the German VFL editions and both have about the same runtime (circa 95m).Is there another longer Italian version?
"The VHS German edition of Pat, titled Die schöne Pat und der supergeile Lilliput, is also abridged – nearly a quarter of an hour shorter than the original Italian edition released on video"
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11:15 AM - Aug 21, 2009 #5

i have a copy of the Swedish release of PAT... (was released over here as "Blue Movie" for some reason..). just checked the time and it´s 1.36 min, so most probably same print, it´s in Italian. (Wild film by the way!)
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12:48 PM - Aug 21, 2009 #6

Hi Stephen,

I have a copy from an original VFL German vhs (code number VFL 1113), and it runs 82minutes 05seconds.
Is your version an original vhs or just a copy?

To Magnus: Yes, it's the vhs released by the label Baroness. It's the same print as the Italian one.
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2:48 PM - Aug 21, 2009 #7

A.N. wrote: Hi Stephen,

I have a copy from an original VFL German vhs (code number VFL 1113), and it runs 82minutes 05seconds.
Is your version an original vhs or just a copy?
Hi Andrea,
mine is a dvdr copy straight from the VFL vhs with a runtime of 96m 02s.
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3:30 PM - Aug 21, 2009 #8

So probably there are 2 different German versions...
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7:12 AM - Aug 24, 2009 #9

This weekend has been a bit of a mess for me... i´ll watch + check the runningtime of my edition of this film tonight. But probably it´s the same as the others...
How about BLOW JOB, does a hard-version of that exist?
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5:59 PM - Aug 24, 2009 #10

Thanks A.N. for that review!!

I am very interested in the films of Cavallone and so also in the Baron Corvo movies. They are proving hard to find, even on the bootleg circuit. So far I only found a (softcore) copy of Babysitter. It's a faded copy with what sounds to me like Spanish dub and English subs. On-screen title is Essere Tenuto with in English the translation "Being Captured". runtime 1:05:31.
If someone could help me get the others on DVDr that would be most excellent
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