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The Holes / The Down-in-the-Hole Gang

The Holes / The Down-in-the-Hole Gang

A Feature film by Pierre Tchernia

Produced by Les Films de la Seine, Albina Productions

Release in France : 06/02/1974

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Actors (31)

Production and distribution (4)

Executive Producers :

Les Films de la Seine, Albina Productions

Film exports/foreign sales :

Lumière International

Associate producer :

O.R.T.F.

French distribution :

Albina Productions

TV Broadcasts: Cumulative total

TV broadcasts: details by country

Synopsis

A group of misfits who've given up on humanity have decided to dwell below the pavement. The group has its own hierarchy, of course, and soon the conditions that drove them underground begin to manifest themselves without the influences of the Outside World. They start to kidnap people...

Full credits (13)

Assistant directors :

Paul Feyder, Bernard Mongourdin

Screenwriters :

Pierre Tchernia, René Goscinny

Production managers :

Marcel Berbert, Claude Miller

Assistant editor :

Renée Deschamps

Production Designer :

Willy Holt

Costume designer :

Monique Dury

Location Manager :

Patrick Millet

Author of original work :

Gaston Leroux

Camera Operator :

Emmanuel Machuel

Editor :

Françoise Javet

Continuity supervisor :

Colette Robin

Music Composer :

Gérard Calvi

Still Photographer :

Vincent Rossell

Technical details

Feature film

Genres :

Fiction

Sub-genre :

Comedy

Production language :

French

Coproducer countries :

Belgium, France

Original French-language productions :

Unknown

Nationality :

Majority French (Belgium, France)

Production year :

1973

French release :

06/02/1974

Runtime :

1 h 34 min

Current status :

Released

Visa number :

41566

Visa issue date :

23/01/1974

Approval :

Unknown

Production formats :

35mm

Color type :

Color

Aspect ratio :

CinemaScope

Audio format :

Mono