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Our Agent Tiger

Le tigre se parfume à la dynamite
Directed by Claude Chabrol
Written by Roger Hanin
Jean Curtelin
Starring Roger Hanin
Music by Jean Wiener
Cinematography Jean Rabier
Mario Bistagne
Edited by Jacques Gaillard
Release dates
  • 1965 (1965)
Running time 122 minutes
Country France
Language French

Le tigre se parfume à la dynamite (Our Agent Tiger) is a 1965 secret agent spy film directed by Claude Chabrol and starring and written by Roger Hanin as the Tiger.[1] It is a sequel to the 1964 film Le Tigre aime la chair fraiche.[2]

Plot

The Tiger is sent to oversee the excavation of a sunken ship. While busy to retrieve the gold tresure in it, he is constantly thwarted by international enemies. Among them is an old Nazi named Hans von Wunchendorf who dreams of world domination. He hides behind the codename "The Orchid" and needs the treasure to sustain a worldwide network of exiled former comrades. Once sanified by the gold his organisation plans to realise the endsieg after all.

Cast

Bibliography

  • Blake, Matt; Deal, David (2004). The Eurospy Guide. Baltimore: Luminary Press. ISBN . 

References

  1. ^ "An Orchid for the Tiger / Our Agent Tiger". unifrance.org. Retrieved 2014-07-01. 
  2. ^ Blake, Deal, p. 190f.

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