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Toto, Fabrizi and the Young People Today

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Toto, Fabrizi and the Young People Today
Totò, Fabrizi e i giovani d'oggi.jpg
Film poster
Directed byMario Mattoli
Written byCastellano & Pipolo
Produced byIsidoro Broggi
Renato Libassi
Gianni Minervini
StarringTotò
Aldo Fabrizi
CinematographyAlvaro Mancori
Edited byGisa Radicchi Levi
Music byGianni Ferrio
Release date
  • 1960 (1960)
Running time
87 minutes
CountryItaly
LanguageItalian

Toto, Fabrizi and the Young People Today (Italian: Totò, Fabrizi e i giovani d'oggi) is a 1960 Italian comedy film directed by Mario Mattoli and starring Totò.[1]

Plot

Two bourgeois families live in Rome: the family of the "Cavaliere del Lavoro" Antonio Cocozza, owner of a pastry shop, father of Gabriella, and that of professor Giuseppe D'Amore, father of Carlo. Carlo and Gabriella love each other happily, so when they think of getting married they want the two families to get to know each other. While the women make friends, Antonio and Giuseppe immediately begin to fight for anything, and the quarrels continue even when the couple have to choose the wedding dress, the house where to move, the organization of the wedding and reception. Gabriella and Carlo, tired of the constant bickering of the fathers, decide to run away, wanting to scare the parents, to get the wedding at all costs.

Cast

References

  1. ^ Aprà p.101

Bibliography

  • Aprà, Adriano. The Fabulous Thirties: Italian cinema 1929-1944. Electa International, 1979.

External links


This page was last edited on 18 March 2022, at 03:32
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