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Chissà Perché... Capitano Tutte a Me

Chissà Perché... Capitano Tutte a Me (1980) Movie Poster
Italy  •    •  99m  •    •  Directed by: Michele Lupo.  •  Starring: Bud Spencer, Cary Guffey, Ferruccio Amendola, Claudio Undari, John Bartha, Carlo Reali, Giancarlo Bastianoni, Giovanni Cianfriglia, Ottaviano Dell'Acqua, Paolo Figlia, Lorenzo Fineschi, Clayton Landey, Amedeo Leurini.  •  Music by: Guido De Angelis, Maurizio De Angelis.
      H725, a young humanoid alien who befriended a grizzled old sheriff, tries to help him when aliens from the planet Darnia aim to take over Earth.

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I've seen this movie as a continuation of The Sheriff and the Satellite Kid when I was a kid also - 1980+ probably and they remained in my memory as a childhood fantasy. I've been searching for them for few years now, but it seems they're available only as used dvds or vcrs. I'd like to buy new ones... These great movies and their kind are being forgotten... so pity... One of the big attraction in the movie(s) is the ET device used by the alien child (occasionally even by Bud Spencer) to move things in a kinetic way. It's like a magic ring from fairy tales has been replaced with a hi-tech one...

Just a few thoughts, in the middle of the night.


Review by mddragos from the Internet Movie Database.