A gorgeous housewife who plots mischievous revenge against her philandering husband, a powerful businessman. Gioia (Fenech may be a stunner, but that doesn't stop her husband Gianni (... See full summary »
In order to get his hands on his father's inheritance and pay all his debts, Don Peppino must see his son Gianluca married and produce an heir within a year. Problem is everybody suspects the boy of playing for the other team.
A strong plot and mutual physical attraction binds the sensual Enzo since adolescence and her cousin Agata: the two are happy with amusement tricks erotic equivocally poised between ... See full summary »
Paola Senatore plays a doctor in a hotel where a man repeatedly fails to commit suicide, a pair of window washers witness a murder by a hit man, a suspicious wife checks up on her husband ... See full summary »
Three episodes. First Valerio is mistaken for a notorious criminal. Very beautiful journalists succeed to bring him to her house for an exclusive interview. She tries to seduce him. Second.... See full summary »
This is another of the dozens of xeroxed bad italian comedies of the period, full of recycled gags, good actors (like Banfi) wasted in sterotypical roles that limited their career to bottom of the barrel flicks till recently (or forever). The sex object of the movie was the blonde Anna Maria Rizzoli, starlet of such comedies for a really short period (about 5 years), then disappeared from the scenes. She gives the fans several moments of joy with her very sensous body, frequently naked (the final scene in the swimming pool is very good under this perspective), but she is not a good actress and we all can see it. All in all, almost a waste of time, to watch fast-forwarding to the good scenes (no more than a couple).
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