Antonio si trova a Roma grande città centro della "Dolce vita", con i soldi raccolti dai compaesani, per perorare la causa del paese: Costruire un autostrada che vi passi vicino. Ma i ... See full summary »
Antonio, seguendo le indicazioni della "Smorfia", dategli in sogno da una zia monaca "attraversa l'Alto Adige" e arriva a Berlino Ovest per incontrare il magliaro Giuseppe e fare fortuna. ... See full summary »
Antonio, Peppino and Lucia are three brothers who live in the country near Naples. Lucia's son, Gianni, goes to Naples to study medicine, but there he knows a ballet dancer. They fall in ... See full summary »
The marquis Galeazzo di Torre Alta is murdered by a mysterious killer who calls himself Diabolicus. His heirs are his three brothers and a sister, but all of them, with the exception of ... See full summary »
Antonio Sapore fa il maggiordomo e crede che sia un mestiere di tutto riposo. Ma quando il padrone, il marchese Gastone, si arruola nella Legione Straniera, Antonio viene inviato dalla ... See full summary »
Antonio married Amalia and went to fight in Russia during World War II. Since he didn't return Amalia thought he was dead, so she married another man. Many year after the war end, Antonio ... See full summary »
The title originates as a spin off from the big hit of Miracle of Marcelino (1955) where Pablito Calvo acted the title role. The name was kept just for advertising reasons, even if the plot has little to do with the other movie, if not the fact that the kid is an orphan. See more »
No, that's not it. But the title is a reference to "Marcelino pan y vino", in which the very same Pablito Calvo played a character with that name. Advertising reasons is why they kept the name, because the plot has nothing to do, even if the kid is orphan.
This very simple plot is about a thief nicknamed "Il Professore", who pretends to be the uncle of little Marcellino Merini. The two become friends and end up living together... until a real uncle of the child takes him (the child) and makes him beg in the streets.
It's a generally good movie, although some moments are not all of what they could have been, but that's alright. One of the best scenes is the ending, which is very unexpected. Wow, what an ending! Whoever came up with the idea of making the ending like that had a brilliant mind.
"Il Professore" is finely portrayed by an Italian actor known by the stage name Totò. Pablito Calvo enchants once again in another expressive performance and, I must say, even though he was Spanish, he could speak Italian very well. I don't even notice a Spanish accent.
Title in Portugal: não sei.
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