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Keys in Hand (1996)

Chiavi in mano (original title)
In medieval northern Italy, Baccello from Stimigliano loses the key to his wife's chastity belt while on his way back from the Crusades. He soon discovers that his wife, Ubalda, has been ... See full summary »

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Credited cast:
Martufello ...
Baccello da Sernano aka il Favagrossa
Sergio Vastano ...
Guidalberto da Giussano - aka Capoccione leghista
Angela Cavagna ...
Genuflessa de Profundis del Verano
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Ubalda
Silvio Spaccesi ...
Gran Giustiziere Teofilatto
Ramona Badescu ...
Triellina
Antonella Troise ...
Lauretta - Ubalda's servant
Enio Drovandi ...
The Presenter
Sabina Began ...
First Presenter assistant (as Sebina Beganovic)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Roberto Colangeli ...
The Executioner
Roberto Da Crema ...
The touting Advertiser
Fabrizio Fabrizi ...
The Pope
Renzo Lucci ...
Devil
Evelina Marino ...
Sofonisba - Genuflessa's servant
Pino Relly ...
Platoon Commander
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In medieval northern Italy, Baccello from Stimigliano loses the key to his wife's chastity belt while on his way back from the Crusades. He soon discovers that his wife, Ubalda, has been unfaithful to him, thanks to a duplicate of the key made for her by the inventor Capoccione from Capena. Baccello decides to get even with Capoccione by seducing his beautiful wife, Genuflessa. Written by Bruno Tiozzo <tiozzo@hotmail.com>

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Baccello da Stimigliano: To tell the truth, I was told I'd be sent to a cruise, and not a crusade; otherwise, I surely wouldn't have signed!
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A funny film about crusaders and chastity belts
21 January 2007 | by (Italy) – See all my reviews

The Crusades are over, and valiant knight Baccello da Sernano is about to return home to his beloved young wife Ubalda, whom he had left three years before...with a chastity belt. On his way home, however, Baccello loses the only key to unlock such belt... Baccello (exceptionally played by Martufello) will encounter old acquaintances, like the inventor Capoccione, and meet new...let's say...friends, like said inventor's very hot but also very pious wife Genuflessa, while trying to retrieve his key, his honor, and his not-so-loyal Ubalda. I loved this movie, it's filled of parodies about almost any aspect of Italy, and never gets too vulgar or dull. It never falls into the "italian sex comedy" genre, and it maintains itself funny and spicy. A drawback is that, well, someone who doesn't come from Italy won't understand much about the film, mainly because every character speaks dialect instead of proper Italian...


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