(Flatfoot in Africa)
|Produced by||Laser Rialto Film|
|Written by|| Steno |
|Starring|| Bud Spencer |
|Music by||Guido & Maurizio De Angelis|
|Edited by||Mario Morra|
|Distributed by|| Titanus |
|Country|| Italy |
Piedone l'africano (internationally released as Flatfoot in Africa, Knock-Out Cop and The K.O. Cop) is a 1978 Italian "poliziottesco"-comedy film directed by Steno. It is the third and penultimate chapter in the "Flatfoot" film series.
A trail of illicit diamonds takes Flatfoot and his acquaintance, Naples police commissioner Caputo, from Johannesburg to Swakopmund in the hopes of breaking up a South African smuggling ring. They are joined by Bodo, an African child, and confounded in their search by corrupt mining officials and an antagonistic inspector in the South-West African police.
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