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The Tin Duck

The Tin Duck

A Feature film by Jacques Poitrenaud

Produced by Progefi

Release in France : 24/04/1967

    Synopsis

    In South America, flight pilot François Cartier is seeking a treasure for a group of political exiles who allowed him to escape from death penalty. But members of this group are being murdered one by one. Having managed to grab the loot, François will exchange it against a revolutionary babe he fell in love with.. But the return flight is very perilous...

    Actors (7)

    Production and distribution (3)

    Executive Producer :

    Progefi

    French distribution :

    Gaumont

    Foreign production company :

    Santos Alcocer

    Full credits (10)

    Executive Producer :

    Christine Gouze-Renal

    Adapters/dialogue writers :

    Jean-Loup Dabadie, Jacques Poitrenaud, Albert Valentin, Michel Lévine

    Foreign Producer :

    Santos Alcocer

    Camera Operator :

    Alain Douarinou

    Music Composer :

    José Berghmans

    Assistant Director :

    Pierre Gauchet

    Author of original work :

    Day Keene

    Director of Photography :

    Miguel Fernández Mila

    Editor :

    Albert Jurgenson

    Location Manager :

    Fred Surin

    Technical details

    Feature film

    Genres :

    Fiction

    Sub-genre :

    Adventure

    Production language :

    French

    Coproducer countries :

    France, Spain

    Original French-language productions :

    Unknown

    Nationality :

    50% French (France, Spain)

    Production year :

    1966

    French release :

    24/04/1967

    Runtime :

    1 h 28 min

    Current status :

    Released

    Visa number :

    32145

    Visa issue date :

    20/03/1967

    Approval :

    Unknown

    Production formats :

    35mm

    Color type :

    Color

    Aspect ratio :

    CinemaScope

    Audio format :

    Mono