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Saturday, July 16, 2011

The VHS Archives: Tonino Ricci's DAYS OF HELL (1986)


Tonino Ricci's I giorni dell'inferno (1986)

The VHS Archives Factsheet
Label: Mogul Communications, Inc.
Catalog: MOG1012
Box Type: Clamshell
Year of Release: ?
Runtime: 87:49
Print: 1.33:1 / English / No subs
Extras: None

About the Film
Director: Tonino Ricci
Year of Release: 1986
Country of Origin: Italy
Stars: Conrad Nichols, Werner Pochath, Richard Raymond, Steve Eliot
AKAs: The Afghanistan Connection

Verbatim Box Synopsis
A feeling of unease fills a guerilla camp in Afghanistan -- suddenly all hell breaks loose as the camp is savagely attacked by Russian military helicopters and air power, using chemical weapons causing death and destruction.

The scene shifts to Miami, Florida where a crack team of mercenaries are recruited to rescue Dr. Hunter and his daughter who are held captive by the enemy.

The four human fighting machines decide to enter Afghanistan by way of Iran and are immediately ambushed by unfriendly rebels...

The action is spectacular as the war-hardened mercenaries attempt the daring rescue leaving a devastating trail of destruction in their wake.

U.S. Mogul Communications sleeve! 

Argentinean Video Scope sleeve, courtesy of Raro VHS

Swedish MDC Video sleeve, taken from Camp Movie Camp

German Highlight Video sleeve, originally scanned by "Operazione Bianchi"!

French Empire Vision sleeve, passing itself off as a third entry in the same team's post-nuke Rush series!

Bonus clip, uploaded by "mirkoemayla"!

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