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Honeymoon Deferred (1951)

Due mogli sono troppe (original title)




Cast overview:
Kieron Moore ... Rocco
Griffith Jones ... David Fry
Lea Padovani ... Rosina Maggini
Sally Ann Howes ... Katherine Fry
Ada Dondini Ada Dondini ... Mama Pia
Helen Goss ... Unknown Role
Luigi Moneta Luigi Moneta ... Grandpa Maggini (as Moneta)
Raffaele Caporilli Raffaele Caporilli ... Unknown Role
W.E. Holloway W.E. Holloway ... Unknown Role
Leonardo Rivanera Leonardo Rivanera ... Unknown Role
David Keir David Keir ... Professor
Alfredo Martinelli Alfredo Martinelli ... Unknown Role
Giovanni Dolfini Giovanni Dolfini ... Unknown Role (as G. Dolfini)
Pino Ghisi Pino Ghisi ... Unknown Role
Freddie Meloni Freddie Meloni ... Rosina's Son (as Little Freddie Meloni)


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UK | Italy


English | Italian

Release Date:

October 1951 (UK) See more »

Also Known As:

Dos mujeres es demasiado See more »

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Aspect Ratio:

1.37 : 1
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Was Everyone Aware They Were Making a Comedy?
17 October 2017 | by bobliptonSee all my reviews

This movie stars Griffith Jones and Sally Ann Howes as a newly-married couple who are honeymooning in Italy, where he had been assigned during the war. He's a rather boring young man, constantly retelling war stories. They call each other darling, repetitiously and, this being an Italian comedy, everything goes wrong, particularly when they get to where they are going and discover that he apparently has a wife and child already.

Like many Italian co-productions, there seems to be timing issues. While Italian comedies are frequently very funny, and British comedies are also, putting a couple of British actors in the hands of an Italian director and expecting them to be funny seems, at least in this instance, to be an utter waste of time as the pacing is far too slow. The comedy aspects are not helped in the least by the Neo-realist cinematography of the Italian DP, Otello Martelli, who might have done some magnificent work on PAISAN, but whose stark black-and-white work here simply works to make everything more miserable.

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