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Totò Looks for an Apartment

5.7
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Original title
Totò cerca casa
Year
Running time
90 min.
Country
Italy Italy
Director
Screenwriter
Mario Monicelli, Furio Scarpelli, Agenore Incrocci, Vittorio Metz, Sandro Continenza
Music
Carlo Rustichelli, Amedeo Escobar
Cinematography
Giuseppe Caracciolo (B&W)
Cast
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Producer
Forum Film / A.T.A
Genre
Comedy
Synopsis / Plot
It is hardly necessary to note that the star of Totò cerca casa is popular Italian farceur Toto. Nor does it require a PhD to figure out the film's plotline. That's right: Totò wants to find a place to hang his hat, but the postwar Italian housing shortage makes this difficult. The "plot" is merely a series of anecdotes, some hilarious, others only moderately amusing. The glue that holds the enterprise together is Totò, who can make anything work. Totò cerca casa was the first of the comedian's four 1950 efforts. - Hal Erickson, All Movie Guide
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