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Lady in Cement (1968)

During an ocean dive, Miami gumshoe Tony Rome finds a woman's body with its feet encased in a concrete block and sets-out to solve the murder case.

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Tony Rome is a Miami based detective who while diving in the ocean finds the body of a young woman. He is hired by Gronsky to find her killer. Tony has to sift through a stack of suspects, plus trying to elude the police. Written by Kelly

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20 December 1968 (Finland)  »

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Die Lady in Zement  »

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$3,585,000 (estimated)
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Sammy Davis Jr. was originally announced for a part. See more »

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Tony Rome: Time to hoist the martini flag.
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The detectives son his nickname was Tiger "Tommy Uhlar" Whose name in the movie was Tighe Santini and this was his only role. See more »

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You Make Me Feel So Young
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Music by Josef Myrow
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Maca pa-ca to not say ca-ca
6 March 2017 | by See all my reviews

It is not just a joke with blondes, this blonde really caught her both feet in a piece of cement and waves on the ocean floor, where she meets Frank Sinatra. It's 1968's cool music (Hugo Montenegro) and the chicks are even coolest (Raquel Welch is one of them). The rest is just talk. And, unfortunately, in the only scene we see some blood, that does not look genuine, as shown in movies today, you can tell from a post that it is paint. I agreed to give it 2 points because I'm a generous guy. And for Raquel Welch's sexy ass. Not worth wasting one hour and a half watching it. Only if you love Raquel and Frank Sinatra.


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