Le Streghe (The Witches) (1967) - Rotten Tomatoes

Le Streghe (The Witches)1967

Le Streghe (The Witches) (1967)

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This Dino De Laurentiis production from 1965 is actually an anthology of five different directors' work, each telling their own stories about witches. The five stories are "The Witch Burned Alive," "Civic Sense," "The Earth As Seen From The Moon," "The Girl From Sicily," and "A Night Like Any Other." Silvia Mangano appears in all five, with Clint Eastwood starring in the last featured vignette. Like many gang-directed projects, this film is also plagued by a lack of continuity and by the pretentiousness of the individual directors.

Cast

Silvana Mangano
as Gloria (segment "Strega Bruciata viva, La") / Lady in a hurr
Annie Girardot
as Valeria (segment "Strega Bruciata Viva, La")
Clint Eastwood
as Carlo (Segment "Sera Come Le Altre, Una")
Alberto Sordi
as Elio Ferocci (segment "Senso Civico")
Francisco Rabal
as Valeria's Husband
Massimo Girotti
as Sportsman
Véronique Vendell
as Young Girlfriend
Leslie French
as Industrialist
Dino Mele
as Waiter
Armando Bottin
as Nembo Kid
Gianni Gori
as Diabolik
Paolo Gozlino
as Mandrake
Angelo Santi
as Flash Gordon
Valentino Macchi
as Man at Stadium
Totò
as Ciancicato Miao
Ninetto Davoli
as Baciu Miao
Laura Betti
as A Tourist
Luigi Leoni
as Her Husband
Paolo Gozina
as Diabolik
Marilu Tolo
as [The Witch Burned Alive]
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All Critics (1)

The Witches (or Le Streghe) is a terrible, pointless film even making allowances for the crazy, random excesses of the psychedelic 1960s and truly appalling dubbing on the English language version.

January 17, 2018 | Rating: 2/10 | Full Review…

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