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On the run from the police in Athens, a man named Jason has in his possession a microfilm eagerly sought by both criminal gangs and government agencies.

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original title: Death on the Run

genge: Action,Crime,Mystery


imdb: 6.8

duration: 1h 32min




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On the run from the police in Athens, a man named Jason has in his possession a microfilm eagerly sought by both criminal gangs and government agencies. Jason is a thief coming back in Greece to pass some years in jail. But he escape and is forced to steal a tooth from the mouth of a corpse. He's then chased by the police (of course), by two different gangs and by a mysterious Major Clark. Everyone wants the tooth and everyone is willing to kill Jason to get it and so he becomes a moving target. He has only a friend: Pizza. His girl Greta is dead, or at least so it seems. Rumba is Pizza's friend and has a job as stripper in his night club. But she is really sincere? And Jason, the moving target, will save his life and that of his friends? Sergio Corbucci(or "The other Sergio", not to be confused with the great master Sergio Leone), was a real movie machine intermittently connected to the conveyor belt of Italian film industry, starting early from the '50s to the late '80s. He made sword-and-sandal(peplum) movies, action movies, police movies, a lot of westerns, dramas, musicals and a lot of comedies. This one is a special eurospy, with a predictable plot: a microfilm (hidden in a tooth pulled out of a dead man's mouth) which everyone wants: the British Intelligence, the Greek police, some Greek villains, some Bulgarian villains and some Albanian villains. The microfilm, as usual, contains names of double agents. There is a "surprise" at the end, we find out that the British agent is also Russian spy... Ty Hardin as Jason and Paola Pitagora as Greta are both OK, natural. Vittorio Caprioli as Pizza, the friend of Jason, is the same Caprioli, here more dramatic than funny. The most convincing is the globe-trotter actor Gordon Mitchell (he also played for Fellini and in a Romanian communist film "Cuibul Salamandrelor"(The Salamander's Nest). He's The Albanian and his look, specially his eyes, are stealing the whole movie. Spy thrillers were the rage during the 1960s thanks to the success of the James Bond franchise. Rome-born Sergio Corbucci helmed more than Spaghetti westerns during his career that spanned almost 40 years. He made Spaghetti westerns, crime melodramas, comedies with Terrence Hill & Bud Spencer, and teamed up on "Moving Target" with Warner Brothers' "Bronco" star Ty Hardin. A trench coat clad Michael Rennie of "The Third Man" co-stars with the rugged Hardin as an upper echelon British secret agent while perennial villain Gordon Mitchell virtually steals the show as a vicious thug known only as 'the Albanian. Mitchell drools so much evil that at one point in a museum gallery, he breaks the penis off a Greek statue for no apparent reason. "Moving Target" benefits from the on-location lensing of the action in Greece with some scenes filmed at the Acropolis. Although this doesn't qualify as one of Corbucci's more inspired efforts, "Moving Target" is tolerably entertaining with straightforward violence. Occasionally, tragic things—like the death of an adolescent caught in a crossfire—occur.

This complicated Cold War thriller about double agents boasts more twists than a spiral of barbed wire. Indeed, about every ten minutes or thereabouts, Corbucci and his scenarists, Massimo Patrizi of "The Price of Power" and Franco Rossetti of "Django," turn things around and then around again. "Moving Target" concerns a seasoned thief Jason (Ty Hardin of "PT-109") who shares Houdini's talent for getting out of tough spots. As the action unfolds, the authorities have him in handcuffs and he is disembarking from a plane when the bad guys create a diversion that enables our handsome hero to escape. Jason doesn't get far before the guys who helped him escape demand that he steal a tooth from a dead man being held in prison. Later, we learn that the tooth contains sensitive micro-film information that documents most of the double agents on both sides of the Iron Curtain. The value of such information is considerable since both NATO and the Soviets want to get their hands on it.

The devious villains frame Jason for the murder of a girl. The catch is that she hasn't been murdered. Jason doesn't know that he is being deceived so he cooperates with the villains. They are prepared to pay him $10,000 to steal an object near and dear to them. Our ignorant hero proceeds to break into prison by riding under a vehicle entering the premises and then sneaks into the mortuary and pries the tooth out of the dead man's jaw. The equally ignorant driver—he has no idea that Jason hitched a ride on his vehicle—has the guards lug the casket out and load it in his van. Instead of the real dead man, Jason has concealed himself in the casket to make good his escape. The villains are willing to give Jason the incriminating photos of the girl as well as $10,000. Jason changes his mind about the rendezvous that the villains selected ahead of time after he obtains a tooth from the corpse. Rather than abide by the villains' rules, our hero makes up a new set of rules to protect himself.

Meanwhile, Worthington Clark (Michael Rennie) maintains a low profile as he shadows our hero. Clark wants Jason for himself and doesn't want the local authorities to nab him. At the same time, Clark has competition from the other side; a ruthless skull-faced Albanian (Gordon Mitchell of "Atlas against the Cyclops") pursues Jason with a vengeance. The Albanian is a terrific villain who lacks any qualms about killing or roughing up the opposition. Never does it let up his pursuit of Jason in this hard charging actioneer.

The twists and turns heighten the hokum of this rather humdrum spy thriller that consists largely of foot chases, car chases, fistfights, etc. Hardin, Mitchell, and Rennie are a sturdy enough cast. The ending has three catches to it. I obtained my copy of "Moving Target" on VHS from Something Weird Video and the audio portion of the film is scratchy toward the end. Surprisingly, Ty Hardin doesn't bare his chest like he did in "Bronco" and "PT-109," and for the first third of the action wears a golf cap that doesn't fall off no matter what the circumstances. Just when you think that you have this nimble thriller all figured out something happens in "Moving Target" that changes everything entirely.


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