7 Surprising Interesting Facts About Everything, Boys! About The Movie

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Interesting facts about Everything, boys! about the movie
All in, boys! (original title in Italian: Più forte, ragazzi!, in English: All the Way, Boys!) is a full-length Italian adventure-comedy presented in 1972, starring Bud Spencer and Terence Hill. The script was written by Barbara Alberti, Giuseppe Colizzi and Amedeo Pagani, the film was directed by Giuseppe Colizzi, the music was composed by Guido and Maurizio de Angelis, and the producer was Italo Zingarelli. In our article below, you can read some interesting facts about this now-classic film called Unstoppable, which you may not have heard of until now.

1. The legendary Italian duo’s first film set in modern times, proving that they don’t just belong in spaghetti westerns. This paved the way for later hit films such as We Get Angry Otherwise, Bündászók or Kincs, which is not there.
2. In this film, director Giuseppe Colizzi worked with the popular duo for the 4th time.

3. It was shown in theaters in Italy on December 22, 1972, in Hungary with a second dubbing on November 6, 1992, and was released on VHS in May 1992 with the first dubbing.
4. Boys, all in! Bud Spencer passed his small-plane and helicopter pilot test after shooting. His love of aviation grew to the point where in 1984 he established Mistral Air, an airmail service that sent Christian pilgrims from Italy to other countries along with letters and packages. Afterwards, Bud—who had a golden heart even in civilian life—sold the Poste Italiane his sleek venture, and he used the enormous sum of money he earned to purchase a weaving factory that produced clothing for kids.

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5. Guido de Angelis loves all the films for which he and his brother composed the music as his own children. He watched them all when they were shown in theaters, and he would have a hard time choosing one of them that he was most proud of. According to him, if he had to name his favorite soundtracks, Minden bele, lads! would also have a place among them.
6. It was also published in Hungary in 1992 under the title Diamond Hunters. In the film, the two protagonists are not looking for diamonds, but for emeralds.
7. This was the very first joint adventure of our childhood favorites that was not filmed in a Wild West setting. The idea came from writer-director-producer Giuseppe Colizzi, with whom the pair shot their first and indeed only hard-hitting spaghetti western, God Forgives, I Don’t! and its two less violent sequels, Revenge in El Paso and Die in Boots me and

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