The Wild Goose Chase Trailer

The Wild Goose Chase Trailer (1975)

08 October 1975 Comedy 95 mins

The whole intrigue is centered around carte-blanche documents kept in a vault. Whoever fills in the blank becomes the owner of a revue. Big money is involved. The nephew of the owner of the vault is trying to cheat his uncle and have his name in the documents. Everything is even more complicated because the manager of the bank has a finger in the pie, too. Who but a humble bank-teller (Pierre Richard) will ruin the scheme?

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Cast

Pierre Richard

as Pierre Vidal

Jane Birkin

as Janet

Michel Aumont

as Commissaire Brunet

Marc Doelnitz

as Marc (as Marc Doelsnitz)

Amadeus August

as Gunther

Luis Rego

as Franz

André Bézu

as André

Jean Martin

as Le directeur de la banque

Claude Dauphin

as De Rovère

Paul Cambo

as Le P.D.G.

Henri Attal

as Le contrôleur

François Cadet

as Le premier brigadier

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International Releases Dates

Germany 19 December 1975

France 08 October 1975

United States 08 October 1975

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