Excuse Me, Is It Here They Beat Up People? Trailer

Excuse Me, Is It Here They Beat Up People? Trailer (1976)

22 November 1976 Action, Comedy, Crime

The film is a story of a young man coerced into undercover work for the police, in return for their dropping of charges against him. He is to befriend a leader of a gang of juvenile delinquents who plans big robbery of a jewelry store. The scheme works and the gang is caught in the act except the gang leader.

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Cast

Jerzy Kulej

as Inspector Milde

Jan Józef Szczepański

as Inspektor Górny

Jerzy Kulej

as Inspektor Milde

Zdzisław Rychter

as Jerzy 'Belus' Kudelski

Zbigniew Buczkowski

as Oficer Milicji

Crew

International Titles

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International Releases Dates

Poland 22 November 1976

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