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27 November 1973 (Italy) See more »
A beautiful but poor young girl finds all the money and material goods she never had when she becomes the girlfriend of a crime boss, but soon learns that there is a price to be paid for that kind of life. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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Edwige Fenech ... Anna Lovisi
Corrado Pani ... Guido Salvi

Richard Conte ... Riccardo Sogliani

John Richardson ... Lorenzo Viotto
Laura Bonaparte ... Loredana
Ettore Manni ... Zuco
Corrado Gaipa ... Doctor
Antonio Casale ... Sogliani's henchman
Umberto Raho ... Sogliani's lawyer
Bruno Corazzari ... Albino
Carla Calò ... Anna's mother
Aldo Barberito ... Anna's father
Wilma Casagrande ... Susy
Tom Felleghy ... Porter (as Tommaso Felleghi)
John Bartha ... Gerli
Carla Mancini
Bruno Boschetti
Shirley Corrigan ... Lisa
Iride De Santis
Vittorio Pinelli
Paolo Lena ... Paolo
Ennio Balbo ... Frossi
Gabriella Giacobbe ... Nun
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Aristide Caporale ... Street vendor (uncredited)
Ottavio Fanfani ... Ferretti - hospital director (uncredited)
Alfonso Giganti ... Policeman (uncredited)
Francesco Narducci ... Ambulance Driver (uncredited)
Riccardo Petrazzi ... Sogliani Henchman (uncredited)
Sergio Smacchi ... Zuco Henchman (uncredited)

Directed by
Giuliano Carnimeo 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Ernesto Gastaldi  writer
Luciano Martino  story
Francesco Milizia  writer
Sauro Scavolini  story

Produced by
Luciano Martino .... producer
Original Music by
Luciano Michelini 
Cinematography by
Marcello Masciocchi 
Film Editing by
Eugenio Alabiso 
Production Design by
Oscar Capponi 
Costume Design by
Oscar Capponi 
Camera and Electrical Department
Sebastiano Celeste .... camera operator
Onofrio Coppola .... grip
Music Department
Luciano Michelini .... conductor

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100 min
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2.35 : 1 See more »
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Italian censorship visa # 63499 delivered on 14-11-1973.See more »
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References You Only Live Twice (1967)See more »


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2 out of 2 people found the following review useful.
Not entirely successful, but Edwige delivers a great performance!, 26 August 2007
Author: The_Void from Beverley Hills, England

Secrets of a Call Girl is a rather odd Italian crime film as instead of focusing on the usual areas - shootings, car chases, fist fights etc, we focus on the hard done to girlfriend of a mobster; Anna, played by Edwige Fenech. The film is, therefore, is something like a cross between a crime drama and a romantic drama and in my opinion, it doesn't quite gel together - but that's not to say that this isn't a good film. The title implies that this will be a 'confessional' drama and implies that the central character is a prostitute, though that is somewhat misleading. As mentioned, the plot focuses on Anna; a young girl who works in a café. She goes from rags to riches when she catches the eye of Guido; an Italian mobster who takes her out of the café and into the gangster life. She soon realises that all that glitters is not gold when she witnesses a mob hit and the boss wants her silenced. Guido then decides to push her into prostitution, but when he is caught by the law; she decides to escape him and makes a new life with her son and a doctor.

Edwige Fenech takes the lead role and does brilliantly with it. Her role here requires her to a little more than just take her clothes off, and she rises to the occasion well. It's easy to forget that she can act considering her roles in many of her films, so Secrets of a Call Girl serves as a nice reminder! The film also features performances from Corrado Pani, Richard Conte and John Richardson, who all do a good job in supporting roles. Giuliano Carnimeo takes the directors chair and does a good of directing Fenech for the second time, after The Case of the Bloody Iris. It has to be said that this film is more than a little slow at times, especially compared to other similar genre films owing to the fact that the focus is more on Fenech's character rather than the mob activities. However, this is not always a bad thing. I can't say that I'm a big fan of Romance films, but Fenech does enough to light up the screen every time she's on it and the film never becomes boring. It all boils down to a powerful ending that actually does have an impact. Overall, I'm not crazy about this film; but it's a good entry into Fenech's resume and it gets my recommendation.

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