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Via Padova 46
Sordi P De Filippo Masina - Lo scocciatore (Via Padova 46).jpg
Directed byGiorgio Bianchi
Written by
Produced by
  • Roberto Capitani
  • Carlo Minaldi
  • Luigi Mondello
CinematographyCarlo Montuori
Edited byAdriana Novelli
Music byNino Rota
Edo Film
Distributed byRank Film Distributors of Italy
Release date
18 November 1953
Running time
88 minutes

Via Padova 46 is a 1953 Italian comedy film directed by Giorgio Bianchi and starring Peppino De Filippo, Alberto Sordi, Giulietta Masina and Arlette Poirier.

The film's sets were designed by the art director Saverio D'Eugenio. It earned around 142 million lira at the box office.[1]


In postwar Rome a clerk at the finance ministry leads a dull, monotonous life at work and had home where he lives with his hypochondriac wife and domineering mother-in-law. His life takes on air of excitement, however, when he is invited to a rendezvous at an apartment on the Via Padova with an attractive foreign woman. On arriving there he finds her murdered and now fears that the police are close on his trail.


In the scene where Arduino Buongiorno goes alone on Sunday afternoon to the Italia bar in Piazza della Repubblica in Rome to get some vanilla cake, the song Maria Magdalena sung by Flo Sandon's with the orchestra conducted by Federico is heard to the rhythm of samba Bergamini.



  1. ^ Chiti & Poppi p.400


  • Chiti, Roberto & Poppi, Roberto. Dizionario del cinema italiano: Dal 1945 al 1959. Gremese Editore, 1991.

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