Death Trip (1967 film)
Kommissar X Drei grüne Hunde, Italian: Strategic command chiama Jo Walker, also known as Death Trip and Kill Me Gently is a 1967 West German-Italian-French-Lebanese-Hungarian international co-production Eurospy film written, co-produced and co-directed by Rudolf Zehetgruber and Gianfranco Parolini. Filmed in Turkey, it stars Tony Kendall and Brad Harris. It is the fourth of seven films, loosely based on the Kommissar X detective novel series from the Pabel Moewig publishing house. The film also features Dietmar Schonherr, director/screenwriter Rudolf Zehetgruber and Harris' wife of the time Olly Schoberova.
|Kommissar X Drei grüne Hunde|
|Screenplay by||Rudolf Zehetgruber|
|Music by||Francesco de Masi|
|Edited by||Edmondo Lozzi|
New York Police Department Captain Rowland travels to Istanbul to bring a shipment of LSD to be used by the American armed forces stationed in Turkey for undisclosed purposes. When the shipment is stolen by a local and ancient criminal organisation known as "the Green Hounds", Rowland teams up with private eye Joe Walker to recover the shipment.
Theme song in opening creditsEdit
"Angela Monti sings the Joe Walker's theme by Bobby Gutesha"
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