tirsdag 9. desember 2014

Giallo newspaper ads - Part 2

As promised, here is the second instalment of my postings of giallo newspaper ads printed in La Stampa. This post focuses on ads from 1972 (the peak year of the giallo), plus a few entries from 1973 (at which point audience interest had clearly started to wane). Enjoy!

Tonino Valerii's My Dear Killer (1972)

Armando Crispino's The Etruscan Kills Again (1972)

Umberto Lenzi's Seven Blood-Stained Orchids (1972)

Sergio Martino's All the Colors of the Dark (1972)

Tulio Demicheli's The Two Faces of Fear (1972)

Massimo Dallamano's What Have You Done to Solange? (1972)

Silvio Amadio's Amuck (1972)

Mario Caiano's The Eye in the Labyrinth (1972)

Sergio Sollima's The Devil in the Brain (1972)

Giuseppe Vari's Who Killed the Prosecutor and Why? (1972)

Silvio Amadio's Smile Before Death (1972)

Aldo Lado's Who Saw Her Die? (1972)

Alfonso Brescia's Naked Girl Killed in Park... (1972)

Ferdinando Merighi's The French Sex Murders (1972)

Giuliano Carnimeo's The Case of the Bloody Iris (1972)

Sergio Martino's Your Vice Is a Locked Room and Only I Have the Key (1972)

Roberto Bianchi Montero's So Sweet, So Dead (1972)

Sergio Pastore's The Crimes of the Black Cat (1972)

Emilio P. Miraglia's The Lady in Red Kills Seven Times (1972)

Lucio Fulci's Don't Torture a Duckling (1972)

Giampaolo Lomi and Edorado Mulargia's Tropic of Cancer (1972)

Alberto De Martino's The Killer is on the Phone (1972)

Luciano Ercoli's Death Caresses at Midnight (1972)

Francesco Mazzei's The Weapon, the Hour, the Motive (1972)

Sergio Martino's Torso (1973)

Maurizio Pradeaux's Death Carries a Cane (1973)

Antonio Margheriti's Seven Deaths in the Cat's Eyes (1973)

Gianfranco Piccioli's The Flower with the Deadly Sting (1973)

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