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Le comiche 2
Directed byNeri Parenti
Written byAlessandro Bencivenni
Leo Benvenuti
Piero De Bernardi
Neri Parenti
Domenico Saverni
Produced byMario Cecchi Gori
Vittorio Cecchi Gori
StarringPaolo Villaggio
Renato Pozzetto
CinematographySandro D'Eva
Edited bySergio Montanari
Music byBruno Zambrini
Release date
  • 20 December 1991 (1991-12-20)
Running time
87 minutes
CountryItaly
LanguageItalian

Le comiche 2 is a 1991 Italian comedy film directed by Neri Parenti.[1][2]

It is the sequel to 1990 film Le comiche and the second installment in the Comiche trilogy. A sequel entitled Le nuove comiche was released in 1994.

Cast

  • Paolo Villaggio as Paolo
  • Renato Pozzetto as Renato
  • Roberto Della Casa as the lawyer
  • Paul Müller as the Colonel
  • Giulio Donnini as the judge
  • Antonio Allocca as the butler
  • Loredana Romito as Francesca
  • Angelo Pellegrino as Francesca's husband
  • Alfiero Toppetti as the judge's son
  • Catherine Zago as th judge's wife
  • Romano Puppo as the thief
  • Maurizio Fabbri as the billposter
  • Giuliano Ghiselli as the high prelate
  • Gianni Franco as the child's dad
  • Sergio Testori as the blind priest
  • Giulio Massimini as Massimini
  • Mohammed Badr-Salem as a Berber
  • John Armstead as the commander of the legionaries

References

  1. ^ "Le comiche 2". Cinematografo (in Italian). Retrieved 8 September 2020.
  2. ^ "Viva l'Italia. Al cinema batte gli USA". la Repubblica (in Italian). 23 June 1992. Retrieved 1 July 2021.

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