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Totò e i Re di Roma is a bittersweet comedy with a more illustrious
pedigree than is immediately obvious: some developments are taken from
Chekhov (The Death of a Government Clerk) and a short scene comes
straight from Pirandello (Da Sé).
Totò performs his usual magic; Alberto Sordi, in one of his first major roles, gives an hilarious performance as an unbearably obnoxious professor. Reportedly, Totò himself was impressed by his young colleague, and their famous duet during a disastrous school exam is the movie's highlight.
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