US Anchor Bay unrated 4 disc DVD edition has these gialli films:

1. The Case of the Bloody Iris (Perché quelle strane gocce di sangue sui corpo di Jennifer?/What are Those Drops of Blood Doing on Jennifers's Body?)
1971 - Direction: Giuliano Carnimeo (Anthony Ascott) with Edwige Fenech and George Hilton. widescreen 2.35:1, english mono, unrated edition
At the time when this box was released by Anchor Bay this film only was available in the box and couldn't be bought separately.

Two women in an apartment building are murdered, one with a scalpel in the elevator (Brian "Dressed to Kill" Palma, watched this?) and one by being
Mario "Sei donne per l'assassino" Bava drowned in her bathtub. Who's the Killer ? The mysterious old neighbour lady, the lesbian Sheila, the handsome
architect or the jealous ex-husband ? Red herrings are thrown around.

2. Short Night of the Glass Dolls (La Corta notte delle bambole di vetro) 1971 - Direction: Aldo Lado with Jean Sorel and Ingrid Thulin.
widescreen, english mono, unrated edition (read more about this great giallo on my Giallo & Eurocrime Page 1 - scroll upwards on this page)

3. Who Saw Her Die? (Chi L'Ha Vista Morire?) 1972 Direction - Aldo Lado w.ith George Lazenby and Anita Strindberg. widescreen, english mono, unrated

Another brilliant giallo from the great Aldo "Short Night of the Glass Dolls" Lado where the artist George Lazenby (theAussie one-time only James Bond)
gets his young daughter murdered in Venice, and he himself has to do the investigating as the Police, in true gialli manner, is clueless and incompetent.
Lots and lots of creepy atmosphere and a brilliant soundtrack by Ennio Morricone makes this film one of the Minor Masterpieces of the gialli genre.
Also, this is one of my favourite gialli films. anamorphic widescreen 2.35:1, mono audio, interview with Aldo Lado

4. The Bloodstained Shadow 1978 Direction - Antonio Bido with Lino Capolicchio and Stefania Casini. widescreen, mono, unrated edition

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