El diablo tiene siete caras (Spain) (Castilian title)
Le diable a sept visages (France) (video title)
The Devil Has Seven Faces (USA)
Der Teufel hat sieben Gesichter (West Germany)
Die Diamantenlady (West Germany)
The Devil with Seven Faces (World-wide) (English title)
For the first time on CD, Digitmovies has released the OST by Stelvio Cipriani for the film "The Devil Has Seven Faces" (aka "Il Diavolo a 7 facce"), complete and in full stereo.
For the making of this CD (38:25 minutes), we were able to use the stereo master tapes from the original recording session. Stelvio Cipriani composed a cheerfully elegant main score with a touch of rock and Nora Orlandi on vocals. The score is heard in different versions and alternates with dramatic music during the dramatic scenes where the female protagonist finds herself in a sticky situation.
Director and Cast:
Directed in 1971 by Osvaldo Civirani. Starring George Hilton, Carroll Baker, Stephen Boyd, Carla Mancini, Lucrezia Love, Roberto Messina, Luciano Pigozzi, Maria Ricotti, Gianni Pulone, Franco Ressel, Ivano Staccioli, Daniele Vargas.
Worried about the disappearance of her twin sister Mary, Julie Harrison (Baker) asks for help from a lawyer, Dave Barton (Boyd), after being followed by a strange man on the streets of Amsterdam. Mary, however, has not disappeared but has instead joined a gang of dangerous criminals who intend to gain possession of "the devil has seven faces," a precious diamond belonging to an Indian maharajah. Mary hides the jewel in a pack of cigarettes, which is later found by Barton. Mary and Dave leave for London together, promising to sell the diamond and share the earnings. However they don't realize that the jewel in their possession is a fake.