Bloody Friday (1972)

Directed by: Rolf Olsen, Lee Payant

Stars: Raimund Harmstorf, Amadeus August, Gianni Macchia

Language: English, German , French (3tracks) | Subtitles: English (embed)

Country: Germany | Imdb Info | Ar: 1.658 | Brrip

Also known as: Blutiger Freitag, Violent Offender

DescriptionWhen terrorists rob a Bank… all hell is let loose! A Bizarre Plot Erupts In Violence … Lives Are Shattered in the Gory Wake … The Survivors Will Remember the Day As … “Bloody Friday” Based on the brutal and savage bank robbery on August 4th 1971 in Munich that shocked the world


3GB | 101:39mins | 1194×720 | mkv


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6 Responses to Bloody Friday (1972)

  1. Tony says:

    Heard about this on Trailer Trauma 5 and it’s supposed to have some amazingly edited brutality. Look forward to checking it out.

  2. Scudley Smith says:

    This movie is a real gem…

    It has all the usual schlocky features you’d expect from a 1970’s cops v bankrobbers flick – a brutal thug, bad dialogue, gratuitous violence, woman-beating, a weird sex montage – and of course the English dubbing regularly stops mid-sentence, reverting back to German, then back to English again.

    But this revealed the best bit. Even though I can obviously understand the English dubbing, I left the English subtitles on anyway – and they’re stupidly funny – often not really bearing much semblance to what’s being said…

    I suspect some little tinker has played about with the subtitling file, but as an example:

    Dub: ‘Yes I think capital punishment should be considered in this case’
    Subtitle: ‘Hang the bastards’….

    So enjoy the movie – and even if you can understand English, put the subtitles on anyway – they’ll double your enjoyment of the film….

    (I may even start watching other movies like this – just in case their subtitling is just as stupid…)

  3. ahithophel ebejer says:

    the resolution of blu ray is 1920×1080.

    here it is 1194×720.

    this fact and the fact this file is just 3GB mean the movie is heavily compressed and therefore lossy.

    both the picture quality and audio quality suffer

    especially when the film is viewed on a big screen

  4. SAM LAUNCHER says:


  5. rarelust says:

    upgraded to brrip

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