Massacre Mafia Style (1974)

Director
Duke Mitchell

Main cast
Duke Mitchell; Vic Caesar; Lorenzo Dodo; Louis Zito; Cara Salerno

Genres
Action, Crime, Drama, Thriller

Description
Terror reigns when Mimi, the son of a deported Don, along with his associate Jolly Rizzo wage a bloody war for control of the West Coast underworld, battling hordes of hard-boiled mobsters and deadly black pimps on their rise to the top!


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