Tiffany Memorandum

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Tiffany Memorandum
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Directed by Sergio Grieco
Written by Sandro Continenza
Roberto Gianviti
Produced by Edmondo Amati
Cinematography Stelvio Massi
Music by Riz Ortolani
Release date
1967
Language Italian

Tiffany Memorandum (also known as The Tiffany Memorandum) is a 1967 Eurospy film directed by Sergio Grieco. It is an international co-production between Italy, France (where the film is known as Coup de force à Berlin) and West Germany (where it was released as Komm Gorilla, schlag zu!). The film is set in Berlin. [1] [2] [3]

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