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Brigade Anti Gangs (1966)

Brigade antigangs (original title)
The struggle between a ruthless leader of a bank robbers - Raymond Pellegrin - and the cops who are determined to put him in jail for long.

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Robert Hossein ...
Le commissaire principal Le Goff
Raymond Pellegrin ...
Roger Sartet
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Trois-Pommes
Gabriele Tinti ...
Jobic Le Goff
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Nez Cassé
Ilaria Occhini ...
Angèle Le Goff
Robert Dalban
Michel Tureau ...
Le Bosco
Nicolas Vogel ...
Scrisky
André Weber ...
Barani
Jacques Castelot ...
Le directeur de la P.J.
Carole Lebel ...
Martine Sartet
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Larmeno
Robert Berri ...
Merlu
Philippe Lemaire ...
Randier
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The struggle between a ruthless leader of a bank robbers - Raymond Pellegrin - and the cops who are determined to put him in jail for long.

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19 August 1966 (France)  »

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A solid packed and violent french thriller

French tale about cat and mouse "game" between cops of the Homicide Squad and a gang of professional robbers, where wild goose chases follow after wild goose chases. And, one day, the cops succeed in catching the leader of the gang after a payroll truck robbery.

The leader - Raymond Pellegrin - and one of his men are under arrest and brought to the police headquarters. But his daughter tells the story to his boyfriend, himself the leader of a petty hoods gang. And the thugs decide to attack the police headquarters - the mighty Quai des Orfèvres - to escape the father of their leaders's fiancée.

But the attempt fails, and the young gangsters decide to kidnap the police superintendent's brother, a soccer star, in exchange of the discharge of the big shot.

It's a fast paced and interesting thriller, where Raymond Pellegrin is impressive in his character of good citizen, common burgess face, as well as a ruthless gangster.

I recommend it.

Adapted from a Auguste Le Breton novel, author of the mighty "Rififi" and "Sicilian Clan".


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