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30-May-2007 - Digitmovies presents the fourth volume of the series dedicated to the original soundtracks of the Italian Peplum genre. The music composed by Piero Piccioni for Il Figlio Di Spartacus (aka The Slave or The Son Of Spartacus) is appearing for the first time on record, taken directly from the mono master tapes survived until today. The movie, a kind of “Made in Italy sequel” of Stanley Kubrick’s “Spartacus”, was directed in 1962 by Sergio Corbucci and starred the mythic Steve Reeves as Rando, son of Spartacus.
Digitmovies has also presented the premiere release of the original score by Carlo Rustichelli for the 1972 movie Don Camillo E I Giovani D’Oggi (aka Don Camillo Et Les Contestataires), directed by Mario Camerini and starring Gastone Moschin as Don Camillo and Lionel Stander as Peppone, the two famous characters created by the fertile pen of Giovanni Guareschi. This motion picture can be considered the official “sequel” of the five previous movies starring the great Fernandel and Gino Cervi in the roles of Don Camillo and Peppone.
Milano Trema: La Polizia Vuole Giustizia (aka The Violent Professionals) is the first Police movie directed by Sergio Martino in 1973 and now released for the first time on CD by Digitmovies. The images have a brilliant score written by the brothers Guido & Maurizio De Angelis who, without any doubt, can be considered among the most prolific Italian soundtracks composers having written hundreds scores for every movie genre.
Another premiere release from Digitmovies is the original score for the film Fenomenal E Il Tesoro Di Tutankamen (aka Phenomenal And The Treasure Of Tutankamen), a 1968 movie directed by Ruggero Deodato under the pseudonym „Roger Rockefeller”. Bruno Nicolai wrote and conducted a score not for a large orchestra: the music with swing and beat arrangements was performed by a small ensemble, and were recorded in full stereo.
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