Les Fous du Stade (English: Crazy boys of the game / Stadium Nuts) is a 1972 French comedy film directed by Claude Zidi.
|Les Fous du Stade|
|Directed by||Claude Zidi|
|Produced by||Christian Fechner|
|Written by||Claude Zidi|
|Music by||Gérard Rinaldi|
The foursome (Gérard Rinaldi, Jean Sarrus, Gérard Filipelli, Jean-Guy Fechner) are on a holiday. The Little Olympic flame is to be passed through their village. A grocer (Paul Préboist) calls upon them for help in decorating the village. On their job Gérard falls for the grocer's daughter Délice (Martine Kelly). However she runs away with the sportsman with the flame. The four then enter the Little Olympics to try to win her back and cause havoc in the process.
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