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This last part is funnier than the Le Comiche 2. It is at least as funny as Le Comiche 1.
Some jokes are repeats from Fantozzi and other movies but still very funny. The ballet sequence is similar to that in Brain Donors, but much more over the top, I was laughing hard!
I would recommend this as a silly over-the-top comedy of situations. Villaggio is at his best despite the fact that he is about 62 in this movie. If you like this, you should also try to watch Fantozzi series. The director is the same for Fantozzi series and Le Comiche so you should expect same types of jokes. These movies are unavailable in the U.S. as of now.
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