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La ballata dei mariti (1963)

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Giulio and Armando, both married, attempt an escape from their respective married lives, invent a secret mission and leaves for the south.

Director:

Fabrizio Taglioni

Writers:

Leo Bomba (story), Leo Bomba (screenplay) | 2 more credits »
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Memmo Carotenuto Memmo Carotenuto ... Giulio Cesari
Aroldo Tieri Aroldo Tieri ... Armando Tirreni
Marisa Del Frate ... Franca De Rossi - Giulio's wife
Xenia Valderi ... Susie Bergamini - Armando's wife
Margaret Lee ... Monique
Luciano Marin Luciano Marin ... Van den Berg
Umberto Raho ... Hanoi
Franco Giacobini Franco Giacobini ... Vicebrigadiere Licata
Evi Marandi ... Ragazza nell'albergo
Lucia Bomez ... Ragazzo nell'albergo (as Lucy Bomez)
Tonino Micheluzzi Tonino Micheluzzi ... Direttore albergo
Annie Gorassini ... Autostopista
Renato Navarrini Renato Navarrini ... The Thief
Rosemarie Lindt Rosemarie Lindt ... Autostopista
Rosalba Neri ... Autostopista
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Giulio and Armando, both married, attempt an escape from their respective married lives, invent a secret mission and leaves for the south.

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Comedy

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Country:

Italy | Spain

Language:

Italian

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Color (Eastmancolor)
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Bad comedy but worth seeing early mind-blowing color Rosalba Neri's appearance.
26 July 2013 | by JAP_EMAILSee all my reviews

Rather bad comedy but worth seeing it just because of an early mind-blowing color Rosalba Neri's appearance. If you know what I'm talking about! This movie is a kind of summertime easygoing Italian comedy about husbands' love adventures ... In Italy those where the years of economic "boom" and people lived in a sort of American dream ... There used to be the idea that wives and children should go on holiday far away at the beach, while husbands took a ride on the wild side. Nothing to be bothered with anyway but!!!! Ther'is something unforgettable and that is a short but ecstatic appearance of a most beautiful Italy's actress Rosalba Neri: indeed an experience of its own. She would later be defined "the Sphinx" for her naughty glance and mysterious beauty. If you don't know yet check it anywhere on the web and see. by zio pino.


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