Dokuz dagin efesi: akici geliyor (1958)

Director
Metin Erksan

Main cast
Fikret Hakan; Serpil Gül; Hayri Esen; Sadettin Erbil; Kadir Savun

Genres
History, Crime, Drama

Description
The film traces the life of Çak?rcal? Mehmet Efe, a Zeybek (active as an outlaw in the region enclosing ?zmir, Ayd?n, Denizli, Mu?la and Antalya in modern western Turkey, from 1893 to 1910) whose father, Çak?rcal? Koca Ahmet Efe was murdered by an Ottoman sergeant.


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