Italian theatrical release poster
|Directed by||Emilio Miraglia|
|Produced by||Felice Testa Gay|
|Story by||Massimo De Rita|
|Music by||Robby Poitevin|
|Edited by||Sergio Montanari|
|Box office||₤397.4 million|
A police inspector's son is killed by a gang of thieves and is accused of having killed a police informer. After being kicked out of the police department, the inspector must discover the truth on his own.
Frame Up was released theatrically in Italy on 13 April 1968 where it was distributed by Unidis. The film grossed a total of 397,425,000 Italian lire on its theatrical run. The film circulated in various edited forms on its initial release. The European version is about Sterling's quest to find a man who murdered his son and framed him for shooting an informant. It is dramatised through flashbacks that lead up to the murder. The American edit of the film was distributed through Heritage Enterprises in 1971 and re-titled The Falling Man which runs at 85 minutes. The edit changes the story and has a new English-language dub and a new score by Marcel Lawler.