Brothers Till We Die
Brothers Till We Die (Italian: La banda del gobbo) is a 1977 Italian poliziottesco-action film by Umberto Lenzi. This film is the last collaboration among Lenzi and Tomas Milian. In this movie Milian plays two characters, Vincenzo Marazzi a.k.a. "The Hunchback" that he already played for Lenzi in Rome Armed to the Teeth, and his twin brother Sergio Marazzi a.k.a. "Er Monnezza", a role that he played for the first time in Lenzi's Free Hand for a Tough Cop and later resumed in Destruction Force by Stelvio Massi.
|Brothers Till We Die|
|Directed by||Umberto Lenzi|
|Produced by||Luciano Martino|
|Written by||Umberto Lenzi|
|Screenplay by||Umberto Lenzi|
|Music by||Franco Micalizzi|
|Edited by||Eugenio Alabiso|
|Box office||₤1.523 billion|
The notorious Italian criminal known as "Hunchback" (Italian: il gobbo) returns in Rome from Corsica after his imprisonment. Together with his younger brother and other accomplices he plans to raid an armoured truck. But things go awry.
- Tomas Milian: "The Hunchback"/ "Er Monnezza" (a double role)
- Pino Colizzi: Commissioner Sarti
- Mario Piave: Commissioner Valenzi
- Isa Danieli: Maria
- Sal Borgese: Milo Dragovic, a.k.a. "Albanese"
- Luciano Catenacci: Perrone
- Guido Leontini: Mario Di Gennaro, "Er Sogliola"
- Nello Pazzafini: Carmine Ciacci
- Solvi Stubing: Marika Engver
Brothers Til We Die was released in Italy on 18 August 1977 where it was distributed by Medusa. It grossed 1,523,844,720 Italian lire domestically.
- Curti, Roberto (2013). Italian Crime Filmography, 1968–1980. McFarland. ISBN 0786469765.