|Directed by||Lucio Marcaccini|
|Music by||Albert Verrecchia|
Singer Sammy Barbot appeared in the film and performed the film's opening song "We've Got A Lord". The song appeared on the film's original soundtrack.
Massimo Monaldi, a student involved in political protests, steals a valuable tobacco box and becomes entangled in a deadly web between the police and the mafia.
- Bud Cort as Massimo Monaldi
- Marcel Bozzuffi as Commissioner De Stefani
- Eva Czemerys as Rudy's mother
- Guido Alberti as Chief of Police
- Settimio Segnatelli as Rudy
- Annarita Grapputo as Cinzia
- Leopoldo Trieste as Killer
- Maurizio Arena as Buscemi aka "The Sicilian"
- Ennio Balbo as Antique dealer
- Umberto Raho as Giovanni
- Sammy Barbot as Singer
- Patrizia Gori as Alberta Ferri
- Marco Giusti. Dizionario dei film italiani stracult. Sperling & Kupfer, 1999.
- Roberto Curti. Italia odia: il cinema poliziesco italiano. Lindau, 2006. pp. 129, 310–311.
- Curti, Roberto (2013). Italian Crime Filmography, 1968-1980. McFarland & Company. p. 135.
- "Albert Verrecchia – Roma Drogata: La Polizia Non Puo' Intervenire (Original Soundtrack)". Discogs.