Directed by Mario Siciliano
Bryan Rostron, Anthony Freeman [Mario Novelli], Charles Borromel, Thomas Kerr [Giuseppe Castellano], Karin Well, Pier Luigi Giorgio, Stefano Cedrati, Ettore Pecorari, Antonio Diana, Giulio Lucatelli, Jean Emile, Aurelia Saba
Rudy knows that Franz is in possession of a lot of valuable diamonds and asks his half-brother to share some with him so he can go to America and start afresh. Unsurprisingly, the nasty Franz is not interested in helping out, and orders Rudy to get lost. “Your presence here turns my stomach, and I care about my health”, he sneers – before promptly going off on a mission. The mission, however, does not go very well as Franz and his men are ambushed and taken prisoner.
Back at the camp, the group’s second in command, Barney (Mario Novelli), is very much satisfied with being promoted in Franz’s absence, and shows little interest in organizing any rescue operation. And while Barney and the other mercenaries spend much of their time getting hammered on J&B (what else?) and behaving like idiots, Rudy seizes the opportunity to seduce Franz’s woman – a local black girl – in hopes of getting her to reveal the whereabouts of Franz’s hidden stash of diamonds.
© 2012 Johan Melle