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Bruno, a chauffeur having some problem in keeping a job, meets one morning Mariuccia, a taxi driver’s daughter working as a perfumery’s shop assistant, and trying to impress her, pretending to be rich, uses his employer’s car to took her on a trip to the lakes, but things don’t work as planned and to conquer Mariuccia’s hearth won’t be so easy…

  1. Mario Camerini

    Director, Screenplay, Story

  2. Aldo De Benedetti

    Screenplay, Story

  3. Mario Soldati

    Screenplay

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  1. Vittorio De Sica

    Vittorio De Sica

    Bruno

  2. Lia Franca

    Mariuccia

  3. Cesare Zoppetti

    Tadino

  4. Aldo Moschino

    Conte Piazzi

  5. Carola Lotti

    Gina

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Original Title Gli uomini, che mascalzoni!

Status Released

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  • October 14, 1932
    Theatrical

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Original Language Italian

Runtime 1h 7m

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