The Loves and Times of Scaramouche
|The Loves and Times of Scaramouche|
|Directed by||Enzo G. Castellari|
|Produced by||Federico Alcardi|
|Story by||Tito Carpi|
|Edited by||Gianfranco Amicucci|
Along with his sidekick Whistle (Giancarlo Prete), Scaramouche (Michael Sarrazin) unwittingly becomes entangled in a plot to assassinate Napoleon - only to find himself the unlikely object of desire for Napoleon's lascivious new bride, the Empress Josephine (Ursula Andress).
- Michael Sarrazin as Scaramouche
- Ursula Andress as Josephine De Beauharnais
- Aldo Maccione as Napoleon Bonaparte
- Giancarlo Prete as Whistle
- Michael Forest as Danglar
- Sal Borgese
- Romano Puppo
The Loves and Times of Scramouche was released on March 17, 1976.
The film was generally bad received by critics. According to New York Post's film critic Linda Gross the film is "a silly, slapstick spaghetti spoof of swashbuckling adventure movies". Maurizio Cavagnaro defined the film as an "indigestible mess".
- Kinnard & Crnkovich 2017, p. 110.
- Film review digest, Volume 2. Kraus-Thomson Organization, 1976.
- Maurizio Cavagnaro (24 January 1976). "Le avventure e gli amori di Scaramouche". Corriere Mercantile.
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