Who Saw Her Die?

Overview

When the story begins a young girl who has wandered away from her nanny at a French ski resort is abducted, killed, and buried in the snow. Later, in Venice, the young daughter of Franco George Lazenby, a popular sculptor, is stalked by a woman in a black veil. Finally, after several near-chances, the girl is grabbed, only to be found later floating in a canal. The police are as arrogant as they are stumped, so Franco, accompanied by his estranged wife, Elizabeth Anita Strindberg, investigates. As Franco begins ...
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Overview

When the story begins a young girl who has wandered away from her nanny at a French ski resort is abducted, killed, and buried in the snow. Later, in Venice, the young daughter of Franco George Lazenby, a popular sculptor, is stalked by a woman in a black veil. Finally, after several near-chances, the girl is grabbed, only to be found later floating in a canal. The police are as arrogant as they are stumped, so Franco, accompanied by his estranged wife, Elizabeth Anita Strindberg, investigates. As Franco begins uncovering clues, the people he talks to about the case begin to die gruesome deaths. ~ Buzz McClain
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Special Features

Death in Venice: Interview With Co-Writer/Director Aldo Lado; Theatrical trailer; Aldo Lado filmography
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Editorial Reviews

All Movie Guide
Grim from the get-go, this entry in the Italian giallo genre derives its suspense by putting small children in peril. If you can get over that somewhat nauseating premise, Aldo Lado's murder mystery will keep you on the edge of your seat as Franco, the grieving father, searches his picturesque city for clues as to what happened to his innocent daughter. George Lazenby does a fine job expressing shock and bewilderment, and, as he unravels a conspiracy, violent anger in the role of the sad dad. The story may be more convoluted than necessary, but Lado keeps things interesting by giving each of the secondary characters some nutty quirk to make them memorable (you might not want to have birds in cages after seeing this). The lush on-a-budget photography, the detailed settings, and Ennio Morricone's indispensable score help keep you riveted.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 2/26/2008
  • UPC: 827058113694
  • Original Release: 1972
  • Rating:

  • Source: Blue Underground
  • Region Code: 0
  • Presentation: Wide Screen
  • Time: 1:34:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 62,649

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Adolfo Celi
George Lazenby
Anita Strindberg
Dominique Boschero
Peter Chatel
Piero Vida
Jose Quaglio
Alessandro Haber
Nicoletta Elmi
Rosemarie Lindt
Giovanni Forti Rosselli
Technical Credits
Aldo Lado Director, Original Story, Screenwriter
Francesco Barilli Original Story, Screenwriter
Massimo D'Avaci Original Story, Screenwriter
Enzo Doria Producer
Franco di Giacomo Cinematographer
Ennio Morricone Score Composer
Ruediger Von Spihes Original Story, Screenwriter
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Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Who Saw Her Die?
1. Program Start/Main Titles [4:32]
2. Father and Daughter [5:05]
3. Pictures of Beauty [2:50]
4. Serafian [4:50]
5. Love in the Afternoon [3:59]
6. Missing [3:46]
7. A Father's Search [3:51]
8. The Body in the Water [3:29]
9. Anguish [4:36]
10. Rumors and Innuendo [4:22]
11. Bitter Remembrance [4:54]
12. Black Gloves [3:58]
13. Fencing Academy [3:29]
14. Murder at the Movies [3:38]
15. "You're in This Up to Your Neck" [3:39]
16. Police Investigation [3:19]
17. The Clue [3:33]
18. Death of a Pervert [4:54]
19. Cat and Mouse [4:03]
20. Home Movies [4:03]
21. Another Corpse [3:43]
22. Elizabeth in Peril [3:17]
23. Sanctuary [4:39]
24. Official Statement [1:33]
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Disc #1 -- Who Saw Her Die?
   Chapters
   Extras
      Death in Venice (11 mins.)
      Trailer
      Also Lado Filmography
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