The village doctor of Montecatini Terme dies and Dr. Elijah Bonvicini arrives that everyone takes by surprise by the fact of being a young and attractive woman. The municipal clinic is ... See full summary »

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Maurizio Arena ...
Gedeone - the Mayor
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Élia Bonvicini
Stella Carnacina ...
Rosalba
Gianluigi Chirizzi
Raffaele Curi
Tina Vinci
Cristina Minutelli ...
Maid of Gedeone
Giovanni Rovini
Ghigo Masino ...
Don Firmino
Isabella Biagini ...
Wife of Chemist
Wilma Della Lunga
Ugo Bencini
Marco Gelli
Sandra Silvestri
Enzo Sinicatti
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The village doctor of Montecatini Terme dies and Dr. Elijah Bonvicini arrives that everyone takes by surprise by the fact of being a young and attractive woman. The municipal clinic is being rushed by a lot of women and men who are all sick of frustrated sexuality. Written by lament

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24 September 1976 (Italy)  »

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Scherzando e ridendo... che male ti fo?  »

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Don't waste your time with it
3 September 2006 | by (Italy) – See all my reviews

Settled in the Tuscan countryside this z-movie doesn't have a plot but it's a plethora of stupid situations circling around the arriving of a provoking (and almost nude throughout the whole story) female doctor in a small town. A typical product (and one of the worst) of the seventies' Italian movie industry categorized as 'erotic comedy'. I guess this title should be really hard to find these days but unless you have an historic interest for such crap the quest won't be of any benefit. Anyway if I had to find something positive in this movie, at least, then it would be the wonderful Tuscan accent in which many characters express themselves as I think this thing alone could provoke lots of laughs in the Italian audience.


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