L'Alpagueur is a free-lance spy from the French secret agency. He's put on the investigation about L'epervier, a serial-killer who employs young boys to help him robbing banks before killing them. Written by
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Some animals get away with Murder, rape, torture. Doesn't it make your blood boil? Well - THE HUNTER did something about it.
Did You Know?
The director Philippe Labro was a great friend of Jean-Pierre Melville, who died three years before the shooting. And the dialogues in this film "L'Alpagueur", where Bruno Cremer calls his co stars "Coco", is a sort of homage to Melville, who usually called his friends "Coco". See more
During the last seen in the house, when Belmondo kills the last guy with the shot-gun a rope can been seen while falling off the window. See more
It's a nasty business, gentlemen. There will be widows and orphans.
Written and Performed by Michel Colombier
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