Flatfoot in Egypt

Flatfoot in Egypt

Directed by

Steno

Year

1980

Genre

Comedy

Category

Cinema


Synopsis

The fourth and final instalment featuring the legendary Inspector Piedone, the Bud Spencer character that enchanted and entertained the entire world

Fists against scimitars, set amidst sphinxes, pyramids, deserts and teeming markets

With this fourth instalment, the immensely popular Piedone series comes to an end. The inspector is once again on the front line, always ready to right wrongs, strike formidable blows, and prove that a gentle heart hides beneath his burly frame. This time his adventures take him to the fascinating land of Egypt, with its mosques, teeming markets and immense deserts, where his imposing stature may have finally met its match in the pyramids and the Sphinx. His legendary punches will have to defeat enemies armed with scimitars, but above all, with his bulky frame, he will struggle to overcome a skilled dagger-wielding dwarf. An honourable mention must go to Leopoldo Trieste, playing a professor who owes much to Albert Einstein.

Inspector Rizzo, better known to many as “Piedone”, finds himself embroiled in an international spy mystery. He travels to Egypt, along with his usual collaborators and little Bodo, on the trail of a professor who has made a discovery that could revolutionise the petroleum market. However, a madman lurks in the shadows plotting world domination.

The fourth and final instalment featuring the legendary Inspector Piedone, the Bud Spencer character that enchanted and entertained the entire world

Fists against scimitars, set amidst sphinxes, pyramids, deserts and teeming markets

With this fourth instalment, the immensely popular Piedone series comes to an end. The inspector is once again on the front line, always ready to right wrongs, strike formidable blows, and prove that a gentle heart hides beneath his burly frame. This time his adventures take him to the fascinating land of Egypt, with its mosques, teeming markets and immense deserts, where his imposing stature may have finally met its match in the pyramids and the Sphinx. His legendary punches will have to defeat enemies armed with scimitars, but above all, with his bulky frame, he will struggle to overcome a skilled dagger-wielding dwarf. An honourable mention must go to Leopoldo Trieste, playing a professor who owes much to Albert Einstein.

Inspector Rizzo, better known to many as “Piedone”, finds himself embroiled in an international spy mystery. He travels to Egypt, along with his usual collaborators and little Bodo, on the trail of a professor who has made a discovery that could revolutionise the petroleum market. However, a madman lurks in the shadows plotting world domination.


Flatfoot in Egypt