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Violent Streets: The Umberto Lenzi/ Tomas Milian Collection
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Violent Streets: The Umberto Lenzi/ Tomas Milian Collection on Blu-ray

5 RESTORED CLASSIC FILMS, 4 REMASTERED SOUNDTRACKS, 10+ HOURS OF SPECIAL FEATURES

Italian director Umberto Lenzi had recently completed a landmark string of kinky gialli with Hollywood outcast Carroll Baker. Cuban-born/Actor's Studio-trained Tomas Milian had become one of Spaghetti Westerns' most popular stars. But when these two notoriously mercurial talents came together for a series of shocking Poliziotteschi - reactionary crime films that reflected the political and sociocultural violence of 1970s Italy - they grabbed audiences by the throat, gunned down the conventions of the genre and changed the emotional velocity of action cinema forever. This collection presents Lenzi & Milian's 5 greatest collaborations, now restored uncut and uncensored from the original negatives for the first time ever.

ALMOST HUMAN

Commentary With Screenwriter Ernesto Gastaldi

Commentary With Nathaniel Thompson & Troy Howarth

Interview With Director Umberto Lenzi

Interview With Actor Tomas Milian

Interview With Ernesto Gastaldi

Interview With Actor Henry Silva

SYNDICATE SADISTS

Interview With Umberto Lenzi

Interview With Actor Ida Galli

Interview With Actor Alessandro Cocco

Interview With Actor Bruno Di Luia

FREE HAND FOR A TOUGH COP

Interview With Umberto Lenzi

A Look At Corrado Solari's Career

Interview With Screenwriter Dardano Sacchetti

Interview With Cinematographer Nino Celeste

Interview With Producer Ugo Tucci

Extended Bank Robbery Scene

THE CYNIC, THE RAT AND THE FIST

3 Interviews With Umberto Lenzi

Interview With Dardano Sacchetti

Interview With Actor John Saxon

BROTHERS TILL WE DIE

Interview With Umberto Lenzi

Interview With Editor Eugenio Alabiso

Interview With Composer Franco Micalizzi

Interview With Composer Antonello Venditti