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Troppo forte (1986)

Oscar is a roman guy who dreams to become an actor o a stuntman. Oscar staged an accident to contact a manufacturer and he injures Nancy a young actress. Oscar remedy the damage by hosting the girl to his home.

Director:

Carlo Verdone

Writers:

Sergio Leone (story), Rodolfo Sonego (story) | 5 more credits »
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6 nominations. See more awards »

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Carlo Verdone ... Oscar Pettinari
Stella Hall Stella Hall ... Nancy
John Steiner ... Mike Adams
Sal Da Vinci Sal Da Vinci ... Capua, Gang di Oscar
Mario Brega ... Sergio
Alberto Sordi ... Giangiacomo Pigna Corelli in Selci
Salvatore Aiesi Salvatore Aiesi ... Uomo con Elefante
Giorgio Conti Giorgio Conti ... Giurato
Franca Dominici Franca Dominici ... Domitilla
Giordano Falzoni Giordano Falzoni ... Amilcare Cecconi
Alvaro Gradella Alvaro Gradella ... Portiere Hotel Sheraton
Franco Marino Franco Marino ... Reclutatore Comparse
Ulisse Minervini Ulisse Minervini ... Er Murena
Manuela Romano Manuela Romano ... Segretaria di Adams
Alessandra Vazzoler ... Ersillia
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Storyline

Oscar is a roman guy who dreams to become an actor o a stuntman. Oscar staged an accident to contact a manufacturer and he injures Nancy a young actress. Oscar remedy the damage by hosting the girl to his home.

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Genres:

Comedy

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When Oscar signs the flipper, his score is 995000 and 1 ball left. In the next shot, the score is 908500 and 5 balls left. See more »

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Carlo Verdone's masterpiece!
12 September 2006 | by ennodaSee all my reviews

If you are not Italian don't try to enjoy this movie. If you are Italian try to enjoy this movie. But if you are from Rome be prepared for one of the best Italian comedies of all times. Troppo forte is a waterfall of roman slang jokes and exhilarating situations. You may laugh from the beginning to end of the movie. It has all the characteristics of the perfect comedy and it is genuinely funny. Carlo Verdone at his best is incredibly supported by a fantastic Alberto Sordi and a cast of street-genie non-actors that outperform beyond any imagination (Mario Brega is well worth mentioning). Son of a stand up comedian genius like Carlo Verdone, a great director as Sergio Leone and an experienced writer like Rodolfo Sonego, Troppo Forte is a milestone in Italian filmaking. Produced and distributed by Titanus, when they were still producing good stuff, there was great acclamation at the time for this movie and you can still find people around Rome using tag lines. Definitely a 10!


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Country:

Italy

Language:

Italian

Release Date:

30 January 1986 (Italy) See more »

Also Known As:

Great! See more »

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Scena Film See more »
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Sound Mix:

Dolby
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