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Village of Daughters (1962)

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Cast overview, first billed only:
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Herbert Harris
Scilla Gabel ...
Angelina Vimereati
Grégoire Aslan ...
Gastoni (A Father) (as Gregoire Aslan)
Yvonne Romain ...
Annunziata (A Daughter)
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Don Calogere
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Marcio (A Father)
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Puccelli (A Father)
Ina De La Haye ...
Maria Gastoni (A Mother)
Peter Illing ...
Alfredo Predati
Graham Stark ...
Postman
Jill Carson ...
Lucia Puccelli (A Daughter)
Monte Landis ...
Faccino (as Monty Landis)
Talitha Pol ...
Gioia Spartaco (A Daughter)
Edwin Richfield ...
Balbino (A Father)
Anthony Morton ...
Spartaco (A Father)
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28 January 1963 (Sweden)  »

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Village of Daughters
Music by Ron Goodwin
Lyrics by Norman Newell
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British comedy, like it or hate it
17 February 1999 | by (London, England) – See all my reviews

Take a comic genius (Eric Sykes), sprinkle in a collection of regular British TV comic actors (John Le Mesurier, Warren Mitchell), simmer over a simple but dated comedy premise (a salesman discovers an Italian village full of nubile women) and you have the comedy-movie equivalent of potatoes: archetypal and essential, but a bit bland.


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