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The Loves and Times of Scaramouche (1976)
"Le avventure e gli amori di Scaramouche" (original title)

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Danglar
Salvatore Borghese
Nico il Grande
Gisela Hahn
Karin Fiedler
Vera De Oliveira
Romano Puppo
Massimo Vanni
Alex Togni
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Adolfo Belletti
Dante Cleri
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23 January 1976 (Italy)  »

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References Dr. No (1962) See more »

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SCARAMOUCHE
Composed by Dammico - Bixio - Frizzi - Tempera
Sung by Daniel Sentacruz
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BIG DUD FROM CASTELLARI.
3 October 2002 | by See all my reviews

It took me about four hours to finish this dud. It's so boring that if you try to watch it all at once, you might just lose your sanity! Castellari, a usually fine action director, stumbles with this crude spoof, which is set in the Napoleonic period. He knows what he's best at, of course, so he throws in lots of fight scenes, swordfights and big battles, but since when are these things a substitute for humor? Not even the voluptuous Ursulla Andress can save this. (*1/2)


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