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Rascel-Fifì (1957)

| Comedy
Renato and Gedeon have just opened a nightclub in a disreputable area of New York, triggering the hostility of Gionata, a gang leader and owner of the nightclub across the street. Helped by... See full summary »

Director:

Guido Leoni

Writers:

Dario Fo, Guido Leoni (screenplay) | 2 more credits »

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Cast

Credited cast:
Renato Rascel ... Renato / Renatino - il suo figlio
Annie Fratellini Annie Fratellini ... Michaela Gionata
Dario Fo ... Pupo - il biondo
Franca Rame Franca Rame ... Barbara
Gisella Sofio Gisella Sofio ... La signora al telefono
Stefano Sibaldi Stefano Sibaldi ... L'ispettore Gordon
Carlo Hintermann Carlo Hintermann ... Tre Dita
Arturo Bragaglia Arturo Bragaglia ... Il professore
Antonella Steni Antonella Steni ... La presentatrice televisiva
Gino Buzzanca Gino Buzzanca ... Gionata - il capo della gang
Peppino De Martino Peppino De Martino ... Gedeone
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Paolo Amendola Paolo Amendola ... Martingala
Riccardo Cucciolla ... Undici
Nino Dal Fabbro Nino Dal Fabbro ... Regista della trasmissione
Dina De Santis Dina De Santis ... Donna della banda di Gionata
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Renato and Gedeon have just opened a nightclub in a disreputable area of New York, triggering the hostility of Gionata, a gang leader and owner of the nightclub across the street. Helped by the hoods of his gang, Gionata uses a couple of tricks to try and ruin his competitors. To begin with, he induces his friend Barbara, a vamp, to perform in a hot number in Renato and Gedeon's joint, so that the police intervene and close the club. The move fails, so Gionata decides to have Renatino, Renato's son, kidnapped by his men, which proves another flop. To make matters worse for Gionata, Michaela, his own daughter, has fallen in love with Renato, and sides with him and his partner... Written by Guy Bellinger

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Italian censorship visa # 24915 delivered on 7-8-1957. See more »

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Country:

Italy | France

Language:

Italian

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Vides Cinematografica See more »
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Sound Mix:

Mono
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