The King of the Street Cleaners
The King of the Street Cleaners (Turkish: Çöpçüler Kralı), is a 1977 comedy drama film directed by Zeki Ökten and starring famous Turkish comedy actor Kemal Sunal. The film was written by Umur Bugay.
|The King of the Street Cleaners|
|Directed by||Zeki Ökten|
|Produced by||Nahit Ataman|
|Written by||Umur Bugay|
|Screenplay by||Umur Bugay|
|Music by||Cahit Berkay|
|Distributed by||Arzu Film|
Şakir, working for the garbage office, puts great pressure on his team. Hacer, who lives in the same neighborhood, is a cleaner and in love with poor garbage man man Apti. Şakir however is also in love with Hacer and has a better standing with Hacer's family. His standing with her family changes when a nearby casino hires Apti as a singer.
- Kemal Sunal - Apti Şakrak
- Şener Şen - Zabıta boss of Şakir
- Ayşen Gruda - Hacer
- İhsan Yüce - Hacer‘s father
- Erdal Özyağcılar - Hacer's older brother
- Türker Tekin - Doorman İsmail
- İlyas Salman - Doorman
- Nejat Gürçen - Gazino Boss
- İhsan Bilsev - The Patron Man
- Muadelet Tibet - Hanife
- Salih Sarikaya - Coffee Shop
- Nezahat Tanyeri - Mother of Shakir
- Nermin Özses - Mother of Hacer
- Ertuğrul Bilda
Cihangir Güneşli Street (the main location of the film)
- Emrah Güler (16 February 2015). "Istanbul the home for both comedies and melodramas". Hürriyet Daily News.
- Emrah Güler (4 June 2009). "Honoring Kemal Sunal on 9th anniversary of his death". Hhürriyet.