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Uccelli d'Italia (1984)

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A number of sketches based on the songs from the Uccelli d'Italia album

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Cast

Credited cast:
Giancarlo Bigazzi ...
The Writer
Alfredo Cerruti ...
Papele's Mother / The Surgeon / The Disguised Inspector / Judas Iscariot
Daniele Pace ...
The General on rocking horse / Papele / Dottor Palmito / The terrorist Bishop / Jesus
Totò Savio ...
Prete (as Gaetano Savio)
Cinzia de Ponti ...
Monsignor's Lover - The first slapping Actress (as Cinzia Fiordeponti)
Annie Belle ...
The second slapping Actress
Marisa Laurito ...
Massaia
Anny Papa ...
Moglie dello scrittore (as Anna Papa)
Sabrina Siani ...
The stripping Lady (as Sabrina Seggiani)
Stefano Abbati ...
The 'Visitor'
Nuccia Fumo ...
The terrorist bishop's Mother
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Radiocronista Capocchia
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Oscar Avogadro ...
Ingegnere Olivoni - The Seller of fake cassettes
Jolanta Cyganek ...
Olivoni's Fiancée
Tiziana Foschi ...
Hostage
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The movie consists of a number of short sketches based on the Uccelli d'Italia album by the Italian demential group Squallor. Among others, we see a strange encounter between Judas and Jesus, a Brazilian surgeon who dances the samba on the work floor... Written by Alessio Quirino

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The title of the movie is a parody of the name of the Italian national anthem, "Fratelli d'Italia" (Brothers of Italy). It literally means "Birds of Italy," but "bird" in Italian is also slang for "penis." See more »

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