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Everybody Go Home! (1960)

Tutti a casa (original title)
When Italy surrenders to the Allies, part of the Italian army is dispersed and soldiers begin to return to their homes.

Director:

Luigi Comencini

Writers:

Agenore Incrocci (story) (as Age), Furio Scarpelli (story) (as Scarpelli) | 6 more credits »
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Alberto Sordi ... Lt. Alberto Innocenzi
Serge Reggiani ... Geniere Assunto Ceccarelli
Carla Gravina ... Silvia Modena
Martin Balsam ... Sergente Quintino Fornaciari
Didi Perego Didi Perego ... Caterina Brisigoni
Nino Castelnuovo ... Codegato
Alex Nicol ... Dan Al Toback
Claudio Gora ... Colonnello
Jole Mauro Jole Mauro ... Teresa Fornaciari (as Iole Mauro)
Mario Feliciani ... Capitano Passerini
Mino Doro Mino Doro ... Maggiore Nocella
Carlo D'Angelo Carlo D'Angelo ... Partigiano napoletano
Ugo D'Alessio Ugo D'Alessio ... Prete
Edda Ferronao Edda Ferronao
Achille Compagnoni Achille Compagnoni ... Partigiano
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When Italy surrenders to the Allies, part of the Italian army is dispersed and soldiers begin to return to their homes.

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ALBERTO SORDI as the soldier who wouldn't fight...until he found the enemy! See more »

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Comedy | Drama | War

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Italy | France

Language:

Italian | German | English

Release Date:

28 October 1960 (Italy) See more »

Also Known As:

Everybody Go Home! See more »

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Sound Mix:

Mono

Aspect Ratio:

1.85 : 1
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Trivia

Nino Manfredi was supposed to be cast as Ceccarelli, but this proposal was refused by Alberto Sordi, because he wanted to be the only comedian in the movie. See more »

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Referenced in 1960 (2010) See more »

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a comedy set in Italy 1944 with deeper meanings built in to it
6 January 2015 | by vbizanSee all my reviews

I saw this film over 50 years ago and I have never forgotten it. It was a minor masterpiece in the full bloom of Italian cinema by independents among others Pietro Germi. 'Tutti a casa' is a comedy about four demobbed cowardly soldiers happy to get out of the war to get home to Naples. While I laughed at the self mockery of the main actors over their cowardice suddenly in the middle of a belly laugh an arresting scene occurs on a train when German soldiers take off a Jewish girl they had been befriending and shoot her off screen.Tragedy in the middle of comedy???? Hard to believe but the touch of genius by the producers of this stunning film got away with it. Our cowardly protagonists get home to Naples just at the same time that the Germans turn on the napolitani for their four day stand off and we see them picking up a gun at the end of a movie. all they ever wanted as delightfully cowardly Napoltani was to go home make love and eat spaghetti. Life and death superbly juggled in a film which opened a deep philosophical synergy in me by an unknown genius


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