Piedone a Hong Kong

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Piedone a Hong Kong poster.

Movie (1975)
English titles: Flatfoot in Hong Kong / Flatfoot Goes East
French title : Le cogneur

Bud Spencer (Insp. 'Flatfoot' Rizzo)
Al Lettieri (Frank Barella)
Robert Webber (Sam Accardo)
Enzo Cannavale (brigadiere Caputo)

Piedone (Bigfoot) Rizzo is accused of drugs trafficking. In order to clear his name he has to find out who is the person, from a Mafia ring, who has infiltrated his police department.

Boeing 707-300

Boeing 707-300 of Singapore Airlines.

Boeing 707-300

Boeing 707-300 of Luxair.

McDonnell Douglas DC-9-32

Registration I-DIBQ, c/n 47236/450 built in 1969.

Reg. I-DIBQ McDonnell Douglas DC-9-32 Isola di Pianosa of Alitalia.
Reg. I-DIBQ McDonnell Douglas DC-9-32 Isola di Pianosa of Alitalia.

McDonnell Douglas DC-9-32

McDonnell Douglas DC-9-32 of ATI-Aero Trasporti Italiani.

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