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The Three-Cornered Hat (film)

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The Three-Cornered Hat
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Directed byMario Camerini
Written byErcole Patti
Ivo Perilli
Mario Soldati
Produced byGiuseppe Amato
StarringEduardo De Filippo
Peppino De Filippo
CinematographyMassimo Terzano
Music byErnesto Tagliaferri
Nicola Valente
Release date
  • 1935 (1935)
LanguageItalian

The Three-Cornered Hat (Italian: Il cappello a tre punte, also spelled as Three Cornered Hat) is a 1935 Italian comedy film directed by Mario Camerini and starring Eduardo and Peppino De Filippo. It is a Naples-set adaptation of the Pedro Antonio de Alarcón's novella with the same name.[1][2][3]

The film was shot at the Cines Studios in Rome.

Plot

In the seventeenth century the Spanish governor of Naples harassed the population. Among the populace he notices a beautiful miller whom he falls in love with; to seduce her, she puts Luca, her husband, in jail, but he manages to escape and even disguises himself as a governor and penetrates the palace up to the governor's bedroom. Meanwhile, his wife Carmela manages to hold off the governor who has gone to the mill. The governor and Luca agree to punish the cheater who, when he returns home, is unable to be opened by the guards who treat him as an impostor.

Cast

References

  1. ^ Enrico Lancia (2005). Dizionario del cinema italiano: I film italiani dal 1930 al 1944. Gremese Editore, 2005. ISBN 8884403510.
  2. ^ Enrico Giacovelli, Enrico Lancia (1992). I film di Peppino De Filippo. Gremese Editore, 1992. ISBN 8876056343.
  3. ^ Gino Moliterno (2009). The A to Z of Italian Cinema. Scarecrow Press, 2009. ISBN 978-0810868960.

External links

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