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.
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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
The fight at the end is pointless. Even if Cremer managed to kill Belmondo, his identity as the "hawk" was revealed anyway and he couldn't escape from the plane. See more
Roger Pilard, dit l'Alpagueur
Everything I do, everything I touch is illegal.
German VHS version misses ca. 4 minutes. See more
Written and Performed by Michel Colombier
Et Son Orchestre See more