Flatfoot (film)

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Piedone lo sbirro
(Flatfoot)
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Directed by Steno
Produced by Sergio Bonotti
Written by Luciano Vincenzoni, Nicola Balucco, Steno
Starring Bud Spencer
Music by Guido & Maurizio De Angelis
Cinematography Silvano Ippoliti
Edited by Daniele Alabisio
Distributed by Titanus
Release date(s) 1973
Running time 103 min
Country Italy
Language Italian

Piedone lo sbirro (internationally released as Flatfoot, The Knock Out Cop, A Fistful of Hell and Mad Bad Bud) is a 1973 Italian "poliziottesco"-comedy film directed by Steno.[1] The film obtained a great commercial success, generated three sequels and a parody (Piedino il questorino, starring Franco Franchi).[2]

Plot summary[edit]

In Naples the Commissioner Rizzo, said "Flatfoot", defeats a gang of drug traffickers. The criminals, from Marseille, were peddling drugs using frozen fish, but Flatfoot has managed to arrest them, with the help of a boss of the Neapolitan underworld, called Manomozza. After the arrest however Flatfoot discovers that Manomozza did the double game and now intends to forge an alliance with the traffickers "Marseilles". Flatfoot, thanks to the tip from a friend, finds the place and time of the meeting between drug dealers, and by punches he sends everyone in the cell.

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Andrea Pergolari. Verso la commedia. Firenze libri, 2002. pp. 83–85. 
  2. ^ Roberto Curti. Italia odia: il cinema poliziesco italiano. Lindau, 2006. pp. 176–177. 

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