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Black Tight Killers movie was released Aug 15, 2000 by the Image Entertainment studio. When the American Mob and Japanese Yakuza team up, danger follows. Black Tight Killers movie Daisuke, a photographer, teams up with a gang of lady killers (killer ladies, not sweet-talkin' men) armed with deadly 45s (records, not pistols) in an attempt to rescue his stewardess girlfriend from the Underworld alliance. Black Tight Killers video Soon they discover the real reason for all the criminal interest: gold.
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|CD Universe Part number||1281908|
|Release Date||Aug 15, 2000|
|Also Known As||Ore Ni Sawaru To Abunaize|
|Running Time||87 Minutes|
|Movie Details||Color; Mono Sound; Widescreen|
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Playgirl assassins a-go-go! A Mod/Pop Art sixties masterpiece masquerading as a gangster/spy spoof, "Black Tight Killers" (Ore Ni Sawaru To Abunaize, roughly "Don't Touch Me, I'm Dangerous") stars then-current matinee idol and singing star Akira Kobayashi as a combat photographer trying to save his stewardess girlfriend (Chieko Matsubara) from an alliance of American mobsters and Japanese yakuza (gangsters). He's alternately helped and hindered by a strange band of girl assassins who use razor-sharp 45 rpm records as weapons and wads of bubblegum to blind pursuers. What he soon discovers is that everyone is after a cache of gold hidden by Matsubara's late father immediately after World War II. The first film from one of Nikkatsu Studios' most talented late sixties directors, Yasuharu Hasebe, "Black Tight Killers" shows a definite influence from Hasebe's mentor, the iconoclastic and brilliant Seijun Suzuki (Branded to Kill, Tokyo Drifter).
Source: Image Entertainment, Inc.
Anamorphic Widescreen - 2.35
Letterbox - 2.35
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