Her Favourite Husband
|Her Favourite Husband|
|Directed by||Mario Soldati|
|Produced by||Colin Lesslie
|Written by||Peppino De Filippo
|Music by||Nino Rota|
|Edited by||Douglas Robertson|
|Distributed by||Renown Pictures
Her Favourite Husband (also known by the alternative titles The Taming of Dorothy and Quel bandito sono io) is a 1950 British-Italian comedy film directed by Mario Soldati and starring Jean Kent, Robert Beatty and Margaret Rutherford. It was based on a play by Peppino De Filippo. The film's art direction was by Piero Gherardi.
Mild mannered Italian bank clerk Antonio, much dominated by his English wife Dorothy, is the double of Leo L'Americano, a local gangster. The gangster kidnaps Antonio and takes his place as husband in the family, to give him cover for a big bank robbery, which he plans to pin on Antonio. Farcical confusions ensue.
- Jean Kent as Dorothy Pellegrini
- Robert Beatty as Antonio Pellegrini
- Gordon Harker as Godfrey Dotherington
- Margaret Rutherford as Mrs. Dotherington
- Rona Anderson as Stellina
- Walter Crisham as Caradiotto
- Max Adrian as Catoni
- Tamara Lees as Rosana
- Michael Balfour as Pete
- Jack McNaughton as El Greco
- Norman Shelley as Mr. Dobson
- Danny Green as Angel Face
- Joss Ambler as Mr. Wilson
- Mary Hinton as Mrs. Wilson
- Peter Illing as Commissario Scaletti
- Jimmy Ventola as Ciocio Pellegrini
- Andreas Malandrinos as Customs Officer
- "Her Favourite Husband". BFI.
- "Quel Bandito Sono Io (1949) - Trailers, Reviews, Synopsis, Showtimes and Cast - AllMovie". AllMovie.
- "The Taming Of Dorothy". TVGuide.com.
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