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A Policewoman in New York (1981)
"La poliziotta a New York" (original title)

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A Texan travels to Rome to hire two police officers to impersonate a mobster's girlfriend and his most ruthless hitman.


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Credited cast:
Alvaro Vitali ...
Alvaro Tarallo / Joe Dodiciomicidi
Giacomo Rizzo ...
Il Turco
Edith Peters ...
La cameriera
Enzo Andronico ...
Insegnante di dialetto palermitano (as Vincenzo Andronico)
Galliano Sbarra ...
Padre di Gianna
Fidel Bauna ...
Nero (as Fidel M'banga Bauna)
Jacques Stany ...
Renzo Montagnani ...
Aldo Maccione ...
Big John
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Ennio Antonelli ...
Amico di Gianna
Paolo Merosi ...


A Texan travels to Rome to hire two police officers to impersonate a mobster's girlfriend and his most ruthless hitman.

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21 November 1981 (Italy)  »

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La poliziotta a New York  »

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1.85 : 1
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Pretty goofy
4 August 2010 | by (Denver, Colorado and Santiago, Chile) – See all my reviews

I've seen all of Edwige Fenech's "schoolteacher" sex comedies (hanging head in shame), but this my first of her "policewoman" sex comedies. She and her diminutive partner (Alvaro Vitali) happen to be the spitting image of, respectively, the mistress and bodyguard of a New York mafioso (Alberto Lionello). So with the help of a Texan FBI agent played by Renzo Montagnini (I do hope the Italians know that Texas and New York City are very different places)they conspire to replace their respective dopplegangers and infiltrate the criminal organization, where they quickly find themselves in the middle of an inept gang war between the mafioso and his severely stuttering Turkish rival.

Fenech had been in a lot movies by this time, and although she had gotten much better as an actress (she deftly manges two distinct characters here) she also regrettably stopped taking off her clothes nearly as much, so it's kind of a double-edged sword. Vitali generally ranged from kinda funny to pretty irritating, and here he's somewhere in between. The idea of him being a vicious mafioso is funny in itself though. Even dubbed, the swarthy Montagnini does not make the most believable "Texan". The two rival gangsters are pretty good, however. And, of course, being Italian, the movie has the usual quota of offensive stereotypes, but they somehow here manage to actually combine the gay and black stereotypes as both Fenech and Vitali are pursued by Africa-American admirers of the same sex.

Director Michele Massimo Tarantini generally wasn't fit to carry the jockstrap of Sergio Martino, Fenech's regular collaborator. This might be one of his better films though. Strangely, soon after this Tarantini ended up in Brazil directing women-in-prison and cannibal films with Brazilian sex star/race car driver Susan Carvahlo. This isn't great, but you could do worse I suppose.

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