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Seven Men and One Brain

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Seven Men and One Brain
Directed byRossano Brazzi
Ted Kneeland
Written byRossano Brazzi (story)
Sandro Continenza (dialogue)
Marcello Coscia (dialogue)
Produced byRossano Brazzi
StarringRossano Brazzi
CinematographyStelvio Massi
Ricardo Younis
Music byCarlo Rustichelli
Bruno Nicolai (arranger)
Chiara Film Internazionali
Lam Pie Film
Release date
17 October 1968 (Argentina)
13 May 1969 (Italy)
Running time
106 minutes

Seven Men and One Brain (Italian: 7 uomini e un cervello) also known as Criminal Affair and Criminal Symphony is a 1968 Italian/Argentinian international co-production crime comedy heist film produced and directed by and also starring a non-singing Rossano Brazzi.[1]


Criminologist Ross Simpson seems to have everything that one could desire; the respect of his university students, being an author, and having a secret identity. The only thing Simpson doesn't have is a large amount of money. Simpson's secret identity involves planning what he regards as perfect crimes, however they fail due to the stupidity and bumbling of the criminals he recruits to carry out his secret schemes.

Simpson's publishers send him on an all expenses paid trip to Buenos Aires that includes accommodation and an attractive secretary. Putting his writing on hold, Simpson schemes to rob the patrons of the Teatro Colón during the opening performance of La traviata using a gang of Argentinian criminals who are trained to sing. Things begin to go awry when Simpson is pursued by the angry Italian criminals who failed on one of his Italian jobs and a variety of sexy women who seem to get in his way...



  1. ^ p. 21 George, David & Meneses, Gizella Argentine Cinema: From Noir to Neo-Noir Lexington Books; 1st edition 22 December 2017

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