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Adriano at his best, macho-lawyer and blonde bimbo on treasure-hunt
One of my most favorite Adriano Celentano movies. Saw that movies in my early teens and now, 12 Years later I still love them! (Other than Bud-Spencer-movies I favored at the same age...)
Traveling from New York to Italia, pretty Mary rushes into moody macho lawyer Tito. As in any Adriano-movie, the girl immediately falls for the guy with the gruffy manners and in an very impertinent way, she leans on him as she gets in trouble: Not only that she gets tied up in her suite by some Gangsters, but also, her new husband is found dead. Together with Tito (whom she obviously prefers a lot to the deceased) and with a secret map, the hunted one searches for her dead husband's fortune...
Quite surprising, partly unbelievable plot elements and cool phrases in an odd slang make it a really fun to watch, even if a few people might consider it dull. Adriano plays with many women's secret liking for macho-men and is charming as ever in his own, special way.
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