Trap for Seven Spies
Trap for Seven Spies (Italian: Trappola per sette spie, Spanish: Siete espías en la trampa) is a 1967 Italian-Spanish spy film written and directed by Mario Amendola and starring Yvonne Bastien, Eduardo Fajardo and Carlo Giuffré. It has been described as a Eurospy variation of The Most Dangerous Game.
|Trap for Seven Spies|
|Directed by||Mario Amendola|
|Written by||Mario Amendola|
|Music by||Lallo Gori|
|Cinematography||José F. Aguayo|
|Edited by||Luciano Cavalieri|
After the end of World War Two ancien SS colonel Von Rittenau hidden in a French castle with a group of NewNazi catch and rape seven ancien spies that have worked for allies during war. Von Rittenau have founded their names in old Gestapo archive and now want a revenge for losing war.
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