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What Have You Done to Solange? (1972)

Cosa avete fatto a Solange? (original title)
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In London, the Italian gym teacher Enrico 'Henry' Rosseni is having a love affair with his eighteen year-old student Elizabeth Seccles, who is the daughter of the owner of the Catholic ... See full summary »


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Cast overview, first billed only:
Fabio Testi ... Enrico 'Henry' Rosseni
Cristina Galbó ... Elizabeth Seccles (as Christine Galbo)
Karin Baal ... Herta Rosseni
Joachim Fuchsberger ... Inspector Barth
Günther Stoll Günther Stoll ... Prof. Bascombe
Claudia Butenuth ... Brenda Pilchard
Camille Keaton ... Solange Beauregard
Maria Monti Maria Monti ... Mrs. Erickson
Giancarlo Badessi Giancarlo Badessi ... Mr. Erickson
Pilar Castel ... Janet Bryant
Giovanna Di Bernardo Giovanna Di Bernardo ... Helen Edmonds
Vittorio Fanfoni Vittorio Fanfoni ... Enrico's friend
Marco Mariani Marco Mariani ... Father Webber
Antonio Casale ... Mr. Newton (as Antony Vernon)
Emilia Wolkowicz Emilia Wolkowicz ... Ruth Holden (as Emilia Wolkowich)


In London, the Italian gym teacher Enrico 'Henry' Rosseni is having a love affair with his eighteen year-old student Elizabeth Seccles, who is the daughter of the owner of the Catholic school where he works and she studies. His estranged wife, Herta Rosseni's the mathematics teacher. Rosseni and Elizabeth are in a boat in a grove when the girl sees a man hunting down a woman. Rosseni believes she's making it up, but the next morning, Rosseni learns a teenager was murdered; in the river bank in the grove. Inspector Barth goes to the school since the victim Hilda studied there and soon, Rosseni's the prime suspect, though Elizabeth could give an him an alibi. When a second student's murdered, and then so is Elizabeth. Rosseni decides to investigate, and teams up with Herta to find the of the mysterious Solange Beauregard, but what might have happened to Solange? Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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Italy | West Germany



Release Date:

May 1975 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

The Secret of the Green Pins See more »

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Color (Eastmancolor)

Aspect Ratio:

2.35 : 1
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Did You Know?


Mindful of the American aversion to dubbed foreign films, the production team decided that the shooting would be exclusively made in English language despite the accent of the actors. Consequently the English looping coincided so well with the lip movements of the actors that no one in the U.S. noticed the film was dubbed. See more »


Solange Beauregard: You're not going to hurt me now, are you, Tata?
Ruth Holden: If you do suffer a little, you'll deserve it. You others, hold her tight, understand? Keep the legs apart, huh? Now you just think about screwing and grit your teeth.
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Alternate Versions

The "uncut" DVD has some scenes in the still and artwork gallery that are not shown in that 2002 video release. These include: more nude shots of Elizabeth's body (Cristina Galbó); a scene of a topless Solange (Camille Keatton) being visited by the unidentified killer which is very crucial to the plot; the shower scenes are cropped so that the schoolgirls are only shown topless. See more »


Remade as What Have You Done to Solange? See more »

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An Excellent Giallo, Even Without All The Gore
26 June 2006 | by ferbs54See all my reviews

The intriguingly titled giallo classic "What Have You Done To Solange?" (1972) is a film that certainly does live up to its excellent word of mouth. While the less said about its twisty-turny story, the better, I can mention that the plot here concerns a string of brutal murders that have been plaguing an all-girls' Catholic school in London, and the hunky Italian gym teacher (well played by Fabio Testi) who is having an affair with one of the young women (the gorgeous Spanish actress Christine Galbo). But things get a bit complicated when this student witnesses one of the murders during a Thames pleasure outing... Regarding those murders, perhaps "brutal" isn't a strong enough word to describe them, as this giallo nutjob has a tendency to stick his knife...well, this is a family Web site, so perhaps I shouldn't say. Mercifully, these slayings are not at all graphic--the picture would have been rated XXX if they were, and would have been too terrible to watch. Indeed, this film features hardly any gore at all; the suggested acts are quite bad enough. Still, this is an excellent example of the giallo genre, with a meaty, involving story; numerous shifty-eyed suspects; loads of pretty women; and the requisite murder set pieces. Massimo Dallamano has directed his film impeccably, eliciting fine performances from every player; the legendary Ennio Morricone has supplied an alternately lovely/creepy score; and cameraman Aristide Massacasi has nicely captured the beauty of London and its countryside. The film has been superbly dubbed--indeed, it looks as if the actors were originally speaking in English!--but the image on the Shriek Show DVD that I just saw looks cropped at the edges, as the opening and closing credits reveal. Also, I couldn't get the extras to work, for some reason. Still, the film looks clean and bright, and is not to be missed. It was even better the second time I watched it!

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