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Don Camillo's Last Round

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Don Camillo's Last Round
Directed byCarmine Gallone
Written byGiovannino Guareschi (novel)
Age & Scarpelli
Giovannino Guareschi
Leo Benvenuti
Piero De Bernardi
René Barjavel
Produced byAngelo Rizzoli
StarringGino Cervi
Leda Gloria
CinematographyAnchise Brizzi
Edited byNiccolò Lazzari
Music byAlessandro Cicognini
Rizzoli Film
Distributed byCineriz
Release date
30 September 1955
Running time
97 minutes

Don Camillo's Last Round (French: La grande bagarre de Don Camillo, Italian: Don Camillo e l'onorevole Peppone) is a 1955 French-Italian comedy film directed by Carmine Gallone and starring Fernandel, Gino Cervi and Leda Gloria. It was the third of five films featuring Fernandel as the Italian priest Don Camillo and his struggles with Giuseppe 'Peppone' Bottazzi, the Communist mayor of their rural town. The film had 5,087,231 admissions in France.[1]

It was shot at the Cinecittà Studios in Rome and on location in Boretto and Brescello in Emilia-Romagna. The film's sets were designed by the art director Virgilio Marchi.


In the small town of Brescello, skirmishes are continuing between the parish priest Don Camillo and the Communist mayor Peppone Bottazzi. After staging a theft of Don Camillo's prized chickens in retribution for a political prank pulled by the priest, Peppone decides to enter the big time of politics by standing for national senator. Peppone has been assisted by a winsome young lady comrade sent from the big city to assist him, but the mayor's wife – suspecting more – complains to Don Camillo, who endeavours to remedy the threatened domestic breakdown.



  • Don Camillo: Monsignor (Italian: Don Camillo monsignore ma non troppo; French: Don Camillo Monseigneur)[2] (1961)
  • Don Camillo in Moscow (Italian: Il compagno don Camillo; French: Don Camillo en Russie)[3] (1965)
  • Don Camillo e i giovani d'oggi (French: Don Camillo et les contestataires; English translated: Don Camillo and the youth of today) [4] (1970) (unfinished film)


  1. ^ "La Grande bagarre de Don Camillo". AlloCiné (in French). Tiger Global. Retrieved 2014-08-07.
  2. ^ Don Camillo monsignore ma non troppo at IMDb
  3. ^ Il compagno Don Camillo at IMDb
  4. ^ Don Camillo e i giovani d'oggi at IMDb

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