|Three Tigers Against Three Tigers|
|Directed by|| Sergio Corbucci |
|Produced by|| Renato Infascelli|
|Written by|| Mario Amendola |
Castellano & Pipolo
|Starring|| Renato Pozzetto|
|Music by||Guido & Maurizio De Angelis|
|Cinematography|| Marcello Gatti |
|Edited by||Amedeo Salfa|
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