What comic film turns out to have provoked a plane hijacking?

What comic film turns out to have provoked a plane hijacking?

What comic film turns out to have provoked a plane hijacking?

When this spring

Once again on France2, 4 million French people watched Gérard Oury’s comic film with Louis de Funès.

The print that appeared in the cinema in 1973 was the most watched film of that year. But after that, wouldn’t make it to the theatres and – worse – led to an airplane .

However, the screenplay was hilarious.

The day of the premiere – in full Yom Kippur war – Danielle Cravenne, the wife of the film’s press attaché, was shot down aboard the Boeing 727-228 that she wanted to hijack.

The Jewish convert was pro-Palestinian and previously tried to block the film she found pro-Israel.

Armed with a lung rifle and a fake pistol, they effortlessly managed to outsmart the security control at the time and boarded the plane. The pilot was summoned not to fly from Paris to Nice, but to Cairo.

The captain argued that was not enough kerosene in the tank for such a flight and convince her to make a stopover in Marseille.

At the airport of Marseille the 110 passengers were allowed to leave the aircraft, two crew members stayed on board. Three members of the GIPN (Groupes d’Intervention de la Police Nationale) dressed as steward and mechanic shot down the terrorist. The 35-year-old died in the ambulance on the to the hospital.

was the right adjective for the woman. On a note that the commander had to read to the control tower, she had written the following:

She had also threatened to crash the plane at the Pierrelatte uranium-enriched military factory, although she promised not to hurt anyone.

Don’t let this story spoil your viewing pleasure. Because laughter is healthy.