L’Ibis rouge (1975)

France,
90m
35mm film, Eastmancolor
mono, French

A French borderline horror film directed by Jean-Pierre Mocky.

Plot Summary

A former Tango champion meets a serial killer in .

Credits

Crew
Director: Jean-Pierre Mocky
Les Films de l'Epée, M. Films
Producers: Jean-Pierre Mocky, Jean-Claude Roblin
Production Manager: Robert Paillardon
Unit Manager: Catherine Lapoujade
Script: Jean-Pierre Mocky, André Ruellan
Story: Knock Three One Two by Fredric Brown
Assistant Directors: Luc Andrieux, Jean-François Villemer
Director of Photography: Marcel Weiss
Camera Operator: Paul Rodier
Assistant Camera: Christian Dupré
Stills: Pierre Raffo
Editors: Delphine Desfons, Michel Saintourens
Assistant Editor: Sonia Guillot
Music by: Éric Demarsan
Sound: Séverin Frankiel
Costume Designer: Rosine Lan
Key Make-up: Louis Dor
Make-up: Dominique Chambelland
Production Designers: René Loubet, Jean-Pierre Mocky
Assistant Art Directors: Marcel Gabriels, Gérard Mary
Script Supervisor: Paule Haugel
Locations: Paris, France

Cast
Michel Simon (Zizi)
Michel Serrault (Jérémie)
Michel Galabru (Raymond Viliers)
Jean Le Poulain (Margos)
Evelyne Buyle (Evelyne Viliers)
Karen Nielsen (Sophie)
Jean Cherlian (l'interprète grec)
François Bouchex (Attalone)
Jacques Fortunas (le commissaire Boucher)
Michel Francini (Ratin)
Georges Lucas (un brigadier)
Antoine Mayor (le chauffeur de taxi)
Barbara Val (la colonelle)
Maurice Vallier (Hervé)
Rosine Young (Elisabeth Lolo)
Dominique Zardi (Saddo, le voyou)
Pierre Raffo (un brigadier)

References

Books

  • French Science Fiction, Fantasy, Horror and Pulp Fiction by Jean-Marc Lofficier and Randy Lofficier p.37