Danger: Diabolik

The suave, psychedelic-era thief, Diabolik, can't get enough of life's good - or glittery - things. Not when there are currency shipments to steal from under the noses of snooty government officials and priceless jewels to lift from the boudoirs of the super rich. The elusive scoundrel finds plenty of ways to live up to his name in Mario Bava's tongue-in-cheek, live-action caper inspired by Europe's popular Diabolik comics.

Year: 1967
Genre: Thrillers & Suspense, Italian Cinema, Fantasy Films, Cult Films / After Dark, Counterculture, Comics Movies
Country: France, Italy
Director: Mario Bava
Starring: Adolfo Celi, John Phillip Law, Michel Piccoli, Marisa Mell, Terry-Thomas
Duration: 96 Minutes
Rating: M - Drug use and violence.
Location in store: Cult



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