Drôles de zèbres

Drôles de zèbres (English: Funny Zebras) is a 1977 French comedy film.[1][2]

Two unemployed men, heavily in debt due to losses at the racetrack, are hired by a criminal mastermind to harass the guests of a hotel he hopes to purchase at a below-market price in order to access a tunnel below the building that leads directly to a nearby bank.

Written and directed by Guy Lux, the film stars Patrick Topaloff, Coluche, Annie Cordy, Claude François, Sim, Petula Clark, and Katia Tchenko.

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Brigitte Smadja (1995), Drôles de zèbres, l'Ecole des loisirs, ISBN 978-2-211-03338-1
  2. ^ Philippe Rège (11 December 2009), Encyclopedia of French Film Directors, Scarecrow Press, pp. 1209–, ISBN 978-0-8108-6939-4