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All the Way to Paris

  • 66 mins
  • 88%
  • 12+
  • South Africa FlagZASouth Africa
  • 1966
  • Action & Adventure
  • Comedies

The South African "All the Way to Paris" was directed by Jamie Uys, of "The Gods Must be Crazy" fame. American and Russian delegates to a conference are tricked into a walking race from Athens to Paris with only $5 to see them on their way. Their transcontinental travels take them through Greece, Yugoslavia, Italy, Switzerland, Lichtenstein and France with many misadventures and comical complications during their trek. Wunderbar filmmaker Uys has done just about everything in this picture - producing, writing, directing and even playing Russian delegate, Igor Strogoff. "All the Way to Paris" was also released theatrically under the title "After You, Comrade."