ITALY 1952 – 35mm – b/w - 84’ Direction: Aldo Fabrizi Screenplay: Aldo Fabrizi, Ruggero Maccari, Mario Amendola Cinematography: Mario Bava Editing: Nella Nannuzzi Set design: Carlo Vignati Music: Enrico Simeone, Carlo Innocenzi Cast: Aldo Fabrizi, Ave Ninchi, Giovanna Ralli, Carlo Delle Piane, Giancarlo Zarfati , Gianna Segale, Paolo Stoppa, Armando Annuale, Marco Tulli, Gondrano Trucchi, Enrico Luzi, Franco Giacobini,
When cavaliere Peppe Valenzi, known as Passaguai (meaning someone who always gets in trouble), decides to take advantage of an employee discount to spend a Sunday at the Fiumicino seaside with his wife and children, a series of troubles begin for everyone, in the form of a funny nightmare.
ITALY 1958 – 35mm – b/w - 96’ Direction: Aldo Fabrizi Screenplay: Aldo Fabrizi, José Gallardo, Luis Lucas Cinematography: Manuel Merino, Antonio Macasoli Editing: Antonietta Zita, Pedro del Rey Set design: Eduardo Torre de la Fuente Music: Carlo Innocenzi Costumes: Humberto Cornejo Cast: Aldo Fabrizi, Edoardo Nevola, Julia Caba Alba, Mary Lamar, Alfredo Mayo, José Calvo, Julio San Juan, Félix Fernández,
ITALIA 1954 – 35mm – b/w - 91’ Direction: Aldo Fabrizi Screenplay: Aldo Fabrizi, Ruggero Maccari, Mario Bonnard Cinematography: Mario Bava Editing: Maria Rosada Set design: Flavio Mogherini Music: Carlo Rustichelli Cast: Aldo Fabrizi, Carlo Campanini, Juan de Landa, Lucia Banti, Lia Rainer, Mimo Billi, Alvaro Alvisi, Oreste Biavati Producer: Luigi Rovere Production: Imperial Film SYNOPSIS Cesare Mancini, a tram driver, is an extremely
On June 3, 1939, Federico Fellini met Aldo Fabrizi at Cinema Corso in Rome. The great director from Rimini had been living in the Eternal City for a few months and supported himself by writing articles for local and national newspapers and magazines.