Dismissed on His Wedding Night (1968)

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A businessman is nicknamed "L'avvocato" and his driver, Oscar, is a yes-man. When L'avvocato has a crash while driving his car, Oscar is put in jail in his place. When Oscar gets out, he ... See full summary »


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18 June 2004 | zordy
| unforgettable (somehow)
This is the first film in which I saw a bare breasted girl. It is enough to rate it as one of the most important movies of my life. Apart from this, it is a nice example of Commedia all'Italiana of the sixties.

The director, Tognazzi, is not exactly a director, but one of the most notable Italian comedians from that golden era. The female star (not the bare breasted one, that was an extra), Buccella, was the real sex symbol in Italy at the time, although her performance now look as innocent as it can be. Note that the "villain", that is the one who exploits his stupid chauffeur, is called "Avvocato" like the late and omnipotent Gianni Agnelli. If you like Italian cars, enjoy the Lamborghini Miura, another sex symbol of that long gone era

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