| Kommissar X
by Bert F. Island
|Francesco de Masi, Deebo Bhattacharya (Pakistani version)
The Tiger Gang (German : Kommissar X jagt die roten Tiger) is a 1971 Kommissar X Eurospy film directed by Harald Reinl that was an international co-production between West Germany, Italy & Pakistan.
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