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The Vultures

The Vultures

A Feature film by Henri Verneuil

Produced by Soprofilms, V film, Carthago Films, Cerito Films

Release in France : 28/03/1984

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Actors (15)

Production and distribution (3)

Executive Producers :

Soprofilms, V film, Carthago Films, Cerito Films

French distribution :

Acteurs Auteurs Associés (AAA)

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April 1943. A convoy of the Foreign Legion enters El Ksour in Tunisia, which has been laid waste and is now occupied. The convoy's mission: To remove six billion in gold ingots from a bank. Suddenly, the men are sprayed by violent gunfire: the enemy is there. Four fierce men survive: the Morfalus. The mission must be carried out. In the strong room, all eyes riveted on the safe, Sergeant Augagneur dreams: four survivors, six billion: a million and a half for each. Many adventures ensue, in the center of which the ingots glimmer. Will the sergeant, the smartest of the Morfalous, manage to achieve his ends?

Full credits (18)

Executive Producer :

Alain Belmondo

Author of original work :

Pierre Siniac

Screenwriters :

Henri Verneuil, Michel Audiard, Pierre Siniac

Director of Photography :

Edmond Séchan

Assistant Operator :

Jean Coudsi

Production managers :

Jacques Juranville, Hassine Soufi

Production Designer :

Jacques Saulnier

Foley artist :

Daniel Couteau

Sound Mixer :

Jacques Maumont

Assistant Director :

Jean-Pierre Vergne

Producers :

Tarak Ben Ammar, Alain Belmondo

Voice :

Henri Verneuil

Sound Recordist :

Alain Sempé

Camera operators :

Guy Delattre, Charles-Henri Montel

Editor :

Pierre Gillette

Music Composer :

Georges Delerue

Costume designer :

Paulette Breil

Still Photographer :

Vincent Rossell

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Feature film

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Comedy, Thriller, Adventure

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French, German

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100% French

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Runtime :

1 h 35 min

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