Fifty Fifty

(1971)
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In this Israeli comedy, the baker has half a winning lottery ticket, and his deceased partner has the other. In order to benefit from winning, somebody needs to put the two together. The baker searches stealthily for the missing half, so do the dead partner's son-in-law and a group of thieves who hear of this potential windfall. There is some slapstick as this group chases one or another of its member through the streets and shops of Tel-Aviv

  1. Boaz Davidson

    Director, Writer

  2. Nissim Azikri

    Writer

Top Billed Cast

  1. Assi Dayan

    Assi Dayan

    The 1st Thief

  2. Baruch David

    The 2nd Thief

  3. Zeev Berlinsky

    The Baker

  4. Aliza Yitzhaki

    The Baker's Daughter

  5. Tzvi Shissel

    Tzvi Shissel

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Original Title Hetzi Hetzi

Status Released

Release Information

  • November 17, 1971
    Theatrical

    Meaning

Original Language Hebrew

Runtime 1h 30m

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