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La cage aux folles II (1980)

 -  Comedy  -  15 February 1981 (USA)
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Sequel to La Cage aux folles has homosexual nightclub owner Renato and his transvesitite companion/lover Albin becoming involved with the local cops and foreign spies when Albin unwittingly... See full summary »

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Michel Serrault ...
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Marcel Bozzuffi ...
Broca
Michel Galabru ...
Paola Borboni ...
Mrs. Baldi
Benny Luke ...
Giovanni Vettorazzo ...
Milan
Glauco Onorato ...
Luigi
Roberto Bisacco ...
Ralph
Gianrico Tondinelli ...
Walter
Giorgio Cerioni ...
Gunther
Nazzareno Natale ...
Demis
Antonio Francioni ...
Michaux
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Hans
Mark Bodin ...
Caramel
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Sequel to La Cage aux folles has homosexual nightclub owner Renato and his transvesitite companion/lover Albin becoming involved with the local cops and foreign spies when Albin unwittingly gets his hands on a role of stolen microfilm. The gay couple then hide out in Renato's native Italy, but find little peace there with their frequent bickering among themselves. Written by Anonymous

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A Gaiola das Malucas nº 2  »

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Not as good as the first but still fun
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Gay couple Albin (Michael Serrault) and Renato (Ugo Tognazzi) get involved with the police and gangsters when Albin gets some stolen microfilm. They flee to Italy and try to hide out.

This isn't as good as the original (which was ground breaking) but it's a hundred times better than part 3 (which was dreadful). The plot is silly but when Albin and Renato are on screen who cares? The two actors are great in their roles. There's plenty of funny sequences especially when all the policemen dress up in drag! So it's worth seeing but don't expect it to be as good as the original. BTW--ignore the R rating. It's PG-13 all the way.


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