Where Can You Go Without the Little Vice?

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Where Can You Go Without the Little Vice?
Where Can You Go Without the Little Vice?.jpg
Italian theatrical release poster
Directed byFranco Martinelli
Music byBerto Pisano
CinematographyFederico Zanni
Release date
  • 1979 (1979)
LanguageItalian

Where Can You Go Without the Little Vice? (Italian: Dove vai se il vizietto non ce l'hai?) is a 1979 Italian commedia sexy all'italiana film directed by Marino Girolami (under the pseudonym "Franco Martinelli").[1][2][3]

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A private investigator is hired by a seductive woman, who undertakes to find out if there are other women in the life of her husband, a wealthy and powerful businessman. To avoid arousing the suspicions of her husband, the detective and his assistant are forced to pass himself off, respectively, for the butler homosexual Diogenes and for Carlotta cook and, with the complicity of his wife, they are taken inside the house, along the rest of the servants. But the task is quite difficult for the two investigators, one dealing with three women that they assiduously court, and the other with an abusive gardener sex maniac. During a shadowing of her husband, the two detectives discover that this is actually a homosexual who likes to wear women's clothes, and has a relationship with a transvestite, a former boxer middleweight champion Lazio. Accordatisi with her husband for a double-digit compared to the promise from the lady, the two pretend not to have seen anything, so as to receive double compensation by both spouses. Completed the task, the two returned home, giving a lift to two Finnish women, which are actually two men who rob them of all the money and car.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Roberto Chiti; Roberto Poppi; Enrico Lancia. Dizionario del cinema italiano: I film. Gremese, 1991. ISBN 8876059350.
  2. ^ Marco Giusti (1999). Dizionario dei film italiani stracult. Sperling & Kupfer. ISBN 8820029197.
  3. ^ Paolo Mereghetti. Il Mereghetti. B.C. Dalai Editore, 2010. ISBN 8860736269.

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