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Director:
Writers:
Eduardo De Filippo (story) (segment "Adelina") and
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Release Date:
17 March 1964 (USA) See more »
Genre:
Tagline:
Together! The Most Rib-Tickling Team Since Adam and Eve! See more »
Plot:
Stories about three very different women and the men they attract. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
Awards:
Won Oscar. Another 6 wins & 3 nominations See more »
User Reviews:
Fun & Sexy Comedy See more (20 total) »

Cast

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Sophia Loren ... Adelina Sbaratti / Anna Molteni / Mara

Marcello Mastroianni ... Carmine Sbaratti / Renzo / Augusto Rusconi
Aldo Giuffrè ... Pasquale Nardella (segment "Adelina")
Agostino Salvietti ... Dr. Verace (segment "Adelina")
Lino Mattera ... Amedeo Scapece (segment "Adelina")
Tecla Scarano ... Verace's sister (segment "Adelina")
Silvia Monelli ... Elivira Nardella (segment "Adelina")
Carlo Croccolo ... Auctioneer (segment "Adelina")
Pasquale Cennamo ... Chief Police (segment "Adelina")
Tonino Cianci ... (segment "Adelina") (as Antonio Cianci)
Armando Trovajoli ... Giorgio Ferrario (segment "Anna")
Tina Pica ... Grandmother Ferrario (segment "Mara")
Gianni Ridolfi ... Umberto (segment "Mara") (as Giovanni Ridolfi)
Gennaro Di Gregorio ... Grandfather (segment "Mara")

Directed by
Vittorio De Sica 
 
Writing credits
Eduardo De Filippo (segment "Adelina") story and
Eduardo De Filippo (segment "Adelina") screenplay &
Isabella Quarantotti (segment "Adelina") screenplay

Alberto Moravia (segment "Anna") novella "Troppo Ricca" and
Cesare Zavattini (segment "Anna") screenplay &
Bella Billa (segment "Anna") screenplay &
Lorenza Zanuso (segment "Anna") screenplay

Cesare Zavattini (segment "Mara") story and
Cesare Zavattini (segment "Mara") screenplay

Produced by
Carlo Ponti .... producer
 
Original Music by
Armando Trovajoli 
 
Cinematography by
Giuseppe Rotunno 
 
Film Editing by
Adriana Novelli 
 
Production Design by
Ezio Frigerio 
 
Costume Design by
Piero Tosi 
 
Production Management
Mario Abussi .... production supervisor: Naples
Antonio Altoviti .... general manager
Mario Di Biase .... production supervisor: Rome and Milan
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Luisa Alessandri .... assistant director
Nino Segurini .... assistant director (as Antonio Segurini)
 
Art Department
Andrea Crisanti .... assistant art director
 
Sound Department
Ennio Sensi .... sound supervisor
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Aldo Bonifazi .... key grip
Giuseppe Di Biase .... assistant camera
Giuseppe Maccari .... camera operator
Luciano Tovoli .... assistant camera (as Luciano Tavoli)
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Cesare Rovatti .... costume assistant (as Cesare Rovati)
 
Editorial Department
Marisa Letti .... assistant editor
 
Music Department
Armando Trovajoli .... conductor
 
Other crew
Carla Fierro .... script girl
Matteo Spinola .... publicist
 

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Additional Details

Also Known As:
"Ieri, oggi, domani" - Italy (original title)
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Runtime:
Argentina:118 min | France:118 min | Netherlands:117 min | USA:119 min
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Color:
Color (Technicolor)
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2.35 : 1 See more »
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Trivia:
Italian censorship visa # 41787 delivered on 4-12-1963.See more »
Goofs:
Continuity: As Anna and Renzo talk while driving, the windshield of her Rolls-Royce Silver Cloud II shakes because the little side windows are gone, but the little side windows are intact in the wide shots.See more »
Quotes:
Carmine Sbaratti:The people of Forcella are out of this world. They've risen up in a gesture of solidarity!
Verace's sister:I must say, it almost makes you forget how filthy and ignorant they are.
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Movie Connections:
Referenced in Forget Paris (1995)See more »
Soundtrack:
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1 out of 1 people found the following review useful.
Fun & Sexy Comedy, 28 August 2014
Author: utgard14 from USA

Italian anthology comedy starring Sophia Loren and Marcello Mastroianni. It's often cited as one of the best films of both stars. There are three stories involving different couples, each played by Loren and Mastroianni. The first has Sophia as a wife who keeps getting pregnant to avoid a jail sentence. It's an amusing story, although it goes on a little long. The second story is about a rich married woman taking a drive with her lover. The segment is pretty dull as it builds up to its punchline. But I suppose that was the point, to make you thing this was an inane soap opera story about whether this woman will choose fortune or love. The question is answered humorously enough but this is still the weakest story in the film. The third story, and the one for which the movie is probably most famous, has Sophia playing a prostitute. Her neighbor's grandson, about to become a priest, falls for Sophia and she must try to set him back on the right path. But, in doing so, she makes a vow that frustrates lustful client Marcello. Sophia's never looked sexier than here and her striptease is legendary.

Of the three stories, the last is the most entertaining but none are bad. Sophia is beautiful and enchanting. She and Marcello are both fun in every segment. It's an enjoyable film, though probably much more so if you are a big fan of Italian cinema to begin with.

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Second story, couple in limousine- written by Moravia. kuntalo
Beautiful location in Rome Pure-Form
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