Totò Le Mokò

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Totò Le Mokò
Totò Le Mokò.jpg
Directed byCarlo Ludovico Bragaglia
Produced byRaffaele Colamonici
Written byArduino Maiuri
Vittorio Metz
Age & Scarpelli
Sandro Continenza
Carlo Ninchi
Music byEdoardo Micucci
CinematographySergio Pesce
Edited byMario Sansoni
Distributed byForum Film
Release date
  • 1949 (1949)
Running time
76 minutes

Totò Le Mokò is a 1949 Italian comedy film. The title alludes to the French film Pépé le Moko.


The mobster Pepé Le Mokò dies during a shootout with the police. His gang decide that his successor will be a relative of his from Naples: Antonio Lumaconi (Totò Le Mokò), a street musician.


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