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La dottoressa preferisce i marinai (1981)

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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 »

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Alvaro Vitali ...
Alvaro
Paola Senatore ...
Paola
Gianni Ciardo ...
Gianni
Renzo Palmer ...
Captain Carlo Morelli
Sabrina Siani ...
The Masseuse
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The killer
Bruno Minniti ...
Ardenzi
Renzo Ozzano ...
Smith - russian Spy
Lucio Montanaro ...
Cameriere dell'Hotel
Raf Baldassarre ...
The tanning Man
Dino Cassio ...
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Mrs. Clara Morelli
Renzo Montagnani ...
Aspirante Suicida
Luca Sportelli ...
The Police Commissioner
Walter Margara
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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 who happens to be having an affair with Paola Senatore and other assorted hi-jinks. Written by Ørnås

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25 December 1981 (West Germany)  »

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A Bomba na Marinha  »

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References La dottoressa del distretto militare (1976) See more »

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Colpa del marinai
Performed by Alvaro Vitali & Gianni Ciardo
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How to fill 90 minutes with 5 running gags
13 January 2007 | by (Rijswijk, ZH, Netherlands) – See all my reviews

Lazy writer Gino Capone came up with 5 different routines featuring a bunch of marginally overlapping characters and thought that would be enough to build an entire film around. No such luck. All five of them run out of steam within thirty minutes, leaving the audience hopelessly waiting for a surprising plot twist to arrive. The Main offenders are bumbling window cleaners Alvaro and Gianni (Vitali and Ciardo using their own first names), who accidentally witness the assassination of a British captain (Renzo Ozzano) by a Russian spy (Gordon Mitchell) and spend the rest of the running time doing just that. The Captain, who by the way has planted a bomb in the hotel for some undisclosed reason, was traveling with the commander of a group of Italian marines (Renzo Palmer), who picked out this hotel to have a rendezvous with Paola (Senatore), the Dottoressa of the title (though she only practices this profession in one scene). Unfortunately for them, the sailor's wife (Marisa Mell) arrives for a surprise visit.

The remaining three subplots are even less well defined (and indeed not all of them make it all the way to the finish): Renzo Montagnani plays a man who's suicide attempts are constantly interrupted, usually by Mitchell chasing Alvaro and Gianni. Lucio Montanaro is a bus boy trying to get some desperately needed medicine up to a man suffering from earth shaking flatulence and Sabrina Siani is the hotel's health nurse who keeps neglecting her patients, resulting in cartoon like gags and more chases down the hotel hallways. About half way through Alvaro and Gianni swap their cleaner's overalls for a couple of sailor outfits, which for some reason makes them instantly attractive to women. After some of the subplots have dropped out of the race (without even resolving themselves properly), it turns into the usual face-slapping extravaganza in, under and around hotel beds and closets. Eventually the British captain, whom the Russian has been moving around "Weekend at Bernie's" style, miraculously regains consciousness long enough to remind the audience of the McGuffin he planted. But I'm afraid most viewers will have given up on this one long before the final big bang.

6 out of 10


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