Bonnie and Clyde Italian Style
|Bonnie e Clyde all'italiana|
Italian theatrical release poster
|Produced by||Achille Manzotti|
|Written by||Luciano Vincenzoni|
|Music by||Guido & Maurizio De Angelis|
|Cinematography||Franco Di Giacomo|
Alessio Gelsini Torresi
|Edited by||Raimondo Crociani|
Leo and Giada are two bumbling and bungling citizens that are exchanged for dangerous bandits because a misunderstanding by the police. In fact during a robbery Leo and Giada were involved in the theft and they're taken hostage and the police tracked down the thieves when he discovered the identity cards of the two bungling. After several chases thieves before they reach the same Leo and Giada kidnapping them again, because the two unknowingly possess an important part of the loot stolen by bandits in the first shot he saw all the characters gathered together.
The film was released in Italy on February 17, 1983
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