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Director  Mario Monicelli
Music director  Lelio Luttazzi
Language  Italian
7.2/10 IMDb

Genre  Comedy, Drama
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Country  Italy
Risate di gioia movie poster
Writer  Alberto Moravia, Age & Scarpelli, Suso Cecchi dAmico
Release date  1960 (1960)
Screenplay  Mario Monicelli, Suso Cecchi dAmico, Furio Scarpelli, Agenore Incrocci
Cast  Anna Magnani (Gioia Fabbricotti), Totò (Umberto \'Infortunio\' Pennazzuto), Ben Gazzara (Lello), Fred Clark (L\'americano), Edy Vessel (La ragazza), Gina Rovere (Mimì)
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The Passionate Thief (Italian: Risate di gioia) is a 1960 Italian comedy film directed by Mario Monicelli, starring Anna Magnani and Totò.

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Plot

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Two friends (Toto and Magnani) live by their wits working as comedians and cabaret at Cinecittà, before being invited to friends' parties or masked balls during New Year's Eve in Rome. The two, however, even though they make people laugh all the time in public, live an inner conflict, namely that the two have always to be aware to give a smile to someone, but they can never be rich and happy because they are street artists and with a precarious wage.

Cast

  • Anna Magnani as Gioia Fabbricotti (alias Tortorella)
  • Totò as Umberto "Infortunio" Pennazzuto
  • Ben Gazzara as Lello
  • Fred Clark as The American
  • Edy Vessel as The girl
  • Gina Rovere as Mimi
  • Toni Ucci as L'amico de Milena
  • Kurt Polter
  • Mac Ronay as Il guidatore della metropolitana
  • References

    The Passionate Thief (film) Wikipedia


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