FANTOMAS CONTRE SCOTLAND YARD
Afterwards Fantômas in 1964 and Fantômas se dêchaine in 1965, it is the third and last shutter of trilogy of André Hunebelle devoted to Fantômas, genius of the crime.
Fantômas will impose to the rich person (noble and to gangsters) a "tax on the right to live". The police chief Juve, the Fandor journalist and Helene, promised in marriage of this last, have the role of capturing Fantômas. They go then in Scotland, in the typical haunted castle of the richissime owner of the places, Lord Edward Mac Rashley who is one of the preys of the criminal. Juve, supposed to protect the lord of the manor is as usual, itself victim of the macabre humour of Fantômas, which uses and misuses his extravagant escapades and its famous cavernous laughter.