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Hands Off Me! (1937)
"Fermo con le mani" (original title)

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Antonio 'Totò' Toretota
Erzsi Paál ...
Eva Frastorny (as Erzsi Paal)
Franco Coop ...
Vincenzino
Tina Pica ...
Giulia, la cameriera
Oreste Bilancia ...
Gerolamo Battaglia
Miranda Bonansea ...
La bambina
Luigi Erminio D'Olivo ...
Vladimiro Pegua - il direttore d'orchestra (as Erminio D'Oliva)
Alfredo Martinelli ...
Un accompagnatore nel locale notturno
Alfredo De Antoni
Cesare Polacco ...
Il capomastro
Adelmo Cocco
Giuseppe Zoppegni ...
(as Giuseppe Zopegni)
Yvonne Sandner ...
Anna (as Ivonne Sandner)
Guglielmo Sinaz ...
Il capo cameriere al locale notturno
Nicola Maldacea ...
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Not Totò's best, but it was his first...
12 May 2014 | by (Portugal) – See all my reviews

Totò's first film, in which he has no place to stay and is struggling to make a buck - and also make some sense out of the random encounters he has with a high-class wimp, his luscious adulterous wife and a Shirley Temple replica to whom he eventually becomes a father figure; Totò himself plays sort of a cheekier version of Chaplin's tramp, but of course with his own very characteristic mannerisms and facial expressions. It's a fuzzy, underwritten first cinematic incursion without much of a personality or a real plot to string the gags together, but has enough charm and laughs to merit a viewing. Better ones would follow...


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