White Collar Blues (1975)

PG-13   |    |  Comedy

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A good-natured but unlucky Italian is constantly going on a difficult situations, but never lose his mood.



  • Gigi Reder and Paolo Villaggio in White Collar Blues (1975)
  • Giuseppe Anatrelli and Gigi Reder in White Collar Blues (1975)
  • White Collar Blues (1975)
  • White Collar Blues (1975)
  • Paolo Paoloni in White Collar Blues (1975)
  • Paolo Villaggio in White Collar Blues (1975)

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10 August 2001 | Il_Koreano
| Merdaccia!!!
"Fantozzi" are the first of a long series of movie (going more and more ahead it has been arrived to a repetitive comedy). The story speak about the accountant Ugo Fantozzi, a man much ill-fated, and of it's daily adventures, in the office and in the house. All it is drawn from the book "Fantozzi", published in the 1971 by Rizzoli. And it is just this last one that distributes this movie. An enriched film thanks to Villaggio and the rest of the cast (between which Liu Bosisio, Anna Mazzamauro and Gigi Reder). But also thanks to a good script, written without stupidity. It's a full film of catastrophic adventures, in which Fantozzi goes always fall to us, to times without it's will. With this comment I have commented also the other "Fantozzi" films.

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Release Date:

21 May 1976


Italian, Japanese, French, German

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