Il caso Mattei

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Il caso Mattei poster.

Movie (1972)
English title: The Mattei Affair

Gian Maria Volonté (Enrico Mattei)
Gianfranco Ombuen (Ing. Ferrari)
Edda Ferronao (Mrs. Mattei)
Accursio Di Leo (Sicilian important man #1)
Giuseppe Lo Presti (Sicilian important man #2)

Enrico Mattei, oil tycoon and co-founder of the Italian economic boom dies in mysterious plane crash. The investigation begins. With stories and flashbacks emerges a portrait of a strong and controversial man, who did not afraid to make unpopular decisions. Many loved him and many for sure had reasons to hate him. The question, whether Mattei's accident was planned assassination on his life, soon seems to be only rhetorical. But who exactly may be hidden behind it?

Morane-Saulnier MS.760 Paris

Plane of Enrico Mattei used a lot in entire film.


Agusta AB-47 Ranger


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Aermacchi MB-326


Convair C-131 Samaritan


Nord 2501 Noratlas


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