Toto and the Women

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Toto and the Women
(Totò e le donne)
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Directed by Mario Monicelli
Produced by Luigi De Laurentiis
Written by Age & Scarpelli
Mario Monicelli
Starring Totò
Lea Padovani
Music by Carlo Rustichelli
Cinematography Tonino Delli Colli
Release date
Running time
103 minutes
Country Italy
Language Italian

Toto and the Women (Italian: Totò e le donne) is a 1952 Italian film directed by Mario Monicelli and Steno


The Roman businessman Philip (Totò) can not standthat his possessive and domineering wife (Ave Ninchi) wants to require its own lifestyle. In fact, for years now after the wedding, Philip was now totally feel deprived of their freedom of her husband. The only freedom that remains is to hole up in the attic read novels polizieschie and venerate the leader of the Italian sergeants. The balance family collapses when the young daughter of Philip became engaged to a young doctor (Peppino De Filippo) to prove to everyone that his talent decides to use the poor Philip as a guinea pig! When enough is enough: Philip decides to spend his evenings in the greater worldliness possible along with his young girlfriend. However Philip soon discovers that the girl is too young for him and, feeling ridiculous, decides to break off the relationship. But it is too late: his wife discovered him and wants to drag it to court ...


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