Death Steps in the Dark
Death Steps in the Dark (Italian: Passi di morte perduti nel buio, which translates as Death Steps Lost in the Dark) is a 1977 Italian-Greek giallo film directed by Maurizio Pradeaux. Pradeaux directed only one other giallo, the 1973 Death Carries a Cane.
|Death Steps in the Dark|
|Directed by||Maurizio Pradeaux|
|Written by||Arpad De Riso |
|Starring||Leonard Mann |
|Music by||Riz Ortolani|
|Edited by||Eugenio Alabiso|
An Italian reporter named Luciano (Leonard Mann) is on an express train in Greece when a murder occurs. As the train goes into a darkened tunnel, the murderer takes the opportunity to kill a woman on the train with a letter opener. Since the letter opener belonged to Luciano, the people on the train blame him for the girl's murder. With the aid of his Swedish girlfriend (Vera Kruska) and a criminal he meets along the way, Luciano tries to prove his innocence by solving the mystery and producing the real culprit.
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- Giancarlo Grossini. Dizionario del cinema giallo. Dedalo, 1985. ISBN 8822045106.
- Luther-Smith,Adrian (1999). Blood and Black Lace: The Definitive Guide to Italian Sex and Horror Movies. Stray Cat Publishing Ltd. p. 35
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