Tuesday, December 27, 2016

Remembering Bud and Terence

Bud Spencer and Terence Hill, between a scazzotata and a plate of beans, all the cult scenes that made them immortal (photos, video)

By Alberto Forno

Who Finds a Friend Finds a Treasure

1981 Chi trova un amico trova un tesoro, Regia di Sergio Corbucci

Only Puffin will give you, strength and determination at will!

Alan (Terence Hill), an inveterate gambler, used all the money that his uncle had given him to buy a boat and go in search of a treasure that his uncle had told him of and had provided him with a map. Pursued by an underworld gang for a gambling debt he stows away with Charlie (Bud Spencer boat), a lonely sea wolf who is about to sail around the world promoting a jam. After being discovered by Charlie, Alan manages to hijack the boat to the island wher the treasure is supposedly located, but the two, thrown into the sea, and are forced toswim to reach the island, inhabited by a peaceful tribe. Having nothing to lose by starting a search for the treasure, they discover that the island is not only inhabited by the indigenous people. The recovery of the treasure will be more difficult than expected.

    There is no bad baddest of a good when it gets nasty!

Trivia: The film was shot entirely on the island of Key Biscayne; Tank is not real, it was built for the occasion, as is also the fish that Terence Hill catches which does not move at all even after being freshly caught!

[To be continued tomorrow]

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