Brigade antigangs

Brigade antigangs
Directed by Bernard Borderie
Produced by Francis Cosne
Written by Auguste Le Breton
Francis Cosne
Bernard Borderie
Starring Robert Hossein
Raymond Pellegrin
Gabriele Tinti
Music by Michel Magne
Cinematography Henri Persin
Release dates
19 August 1966
Running time
95 minutes
Country France
Language French

Brigade antigangs is a 1966 French-Italian film directed by Bernard Borderie.


Restaurateur Sartet is investigated over being behind a great many robberies.

When a special task force known as Brigade antigangs under the helm of chief inspector Le Goff catches him red-handed, he has just secretly provided his sister with access to his booty.

Sartet's sister invests the booty in hiring henchmen who are supposed to free Sartet. They eventually kidnap Le Goff's brother who happens to be a famous footballer. The chief inspector is informed his brother is about to die unless the police releases Sartet.



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