After apparently appointing a new Grand Vampire, and also real estate agent, Les Vampires set their sights on the safe of an apartment in upscale Paris, an apartment complex owned (unbeknownst to the tenants) by Irma Vep. Very early (perhaps even the very first?) use of split screen use here, showing us the new tenant as well as Irma listening to him in the next room. It is soon discovered that the new tenant, and potential next robbery victim, is actually one of them as well.
Robbery of 300.000 francs from a bank in Rouen is soon the focus of their plans, with mistaken identity, safe-cracking, a rival crime gang, and attempted kindapping all thrown into a rather confusing screenplay this time around. I was left to scratch my head in wonder, after this chapter, the weakest link so far.