Monday, June 15, 2009

LA NOTTE CHE EVELYN USCI DALLA TOMBA - Bruno Nicolai - "The Night Evelyn Came Out of the Grave" (1971)

All right gang, Eegah!! is back, until something else pisses me off, so I guess I'll be here on Mondays to get your week started, and then back again on Fridays to kick your weekend into gear, so without further delay, let's roll!! Here's a little piece of historical cinematic trash for your enjoyment called "The Night Evelyn Came Out Of The Grave!" It's a jolly little title that stirs up lots of memories of candy and puppies and picnics in the park, and has some of the killerest music you'll ever be lucky enough to hear in a movie!! So without further delay, here's the queen of 1971, my ex-girlfriend, "EVELYN"!!!!!

It was shortly after I escaped from the mental institution that I realized everything was different, and nothing was ever going to be the same again!!

There was no other place for me to go besides the only place I can call home, the local strip club!!

So, what the Hell!!! Just have another drink!! It can't be that bad! C'mon, everything's going to be all right!! Cheers!!!

Then I met this gal who looked and acted a whole lot like that wild eyed cat we brought home from the pound!

I remember something about chains and the smell of acrid but sweet perfume!

Time to have another smoke before the plot gets too thick!!

"It's all just outside appearances Allen, you can't imagine what's going on in here!"

Like a moth to a flame, Evelyn she came!! Pretty cheap date, give this gal a cigarette lighter and she'll entertain herself for hours!!

I have no idea who this freakin' terrific band is, but they are the best part of the film, without a doubt, and had a great sound for 1971!! Everybody else in this movie, I just wanted to lift up over my head and toss in the pool!!

5 comments:

prof. grewbeard said...

ya still got it...

is this the film with the immortal line of dialog, "Get out of the grave, Allen!"?

Eegah!! and Tabonga! said...

I'd rather say yeah, than go back and watch it again to find out for sure!!!

freqazoidiac said...

Wow, I just stumbled into your blog, Looking for info about Bruno Nicolai, after watching "the night evelyn rose from the grave" and I have to totally support your view about the band and music inolved in the film.
I was even surprised you offered the soundtrack!! That's amzazing.. hehe

!!!
Truly. I LOVE Italian soundtracks.
I dont' have many, but I have a few, and I noticed the link is dead now. Can I request that at your leisure again? I can pay you back with many quality Lossless shares that I have made over the years, check out my blog for an idea, but I have stuff to your ideal, like "beyond the door" by Franco Micalizzi from the orig LP and the 7" single, and some more Les Baxter stuff from vinyl too.. peace from Vancouver Island. Your blog is tops.

Eegah!! and Tabonga! said...

I share your enthusiasm, and I will put the soundclip back up for another 30 days, but I'm afraid you are going to be disappointed, because we don't post whole soundtracks, only what usually amounts to about a 3 minute snippet from the film, just enough to make you want to see the whole movie! Thanx!

freqazoidiac said...

no worries and others will be pleased.. I commented on your blog that was my task. Found the Reissue
CD
moments after so I used online magic
to bring it forth to my listening space : Cheerios!

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