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Basta guardarla (1970)

Enrichetta, a young peasant girl who lives in a little village joins Silver Boy as a dancer.

Director:

Luciano Salce

Writers:

Jaja Fiastri (story) (as Iaia Fiastri), Jaja Fiastri (screenplay) (as Iaia Fiastri) | 2 more credits »
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Maria Grazia Buccella ... Richetta aka Erika Rikk
Carlo Giuffrè ... Silver Boy
Mariangela Melato ... Marisa do Sol
Spyros Fokas ... Fernando (as Spiros Focas)
Pippo Franco Pippo Franco ... Danilo
Umberto D'Orsi Umberto D'Orsi ... Peppe De Pico
Riccardo Garrone ... Pediconi
Ettore Mattia Ettore Mattia ... The Priest (as Ettore G. Mattia)
Stefania Pecci Stefania Pecci ... The Blonde Dancer
Pinuccio Ardia ... Bubù
Dino Curcio Dino Curcio ... The Theatre Manager in Copparola
Ada Pometti Ada Pometti ... Richetta's Friend
Maria Marchi Maria Marchi ... The Nun (as Maria Marchinelli)
Mino Guerrini Mino Guerrini ... The Doctor
Luciano Salce Luciano Salce ... Farfarello
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Storyline

Enrichetta, a young peasant girl who lives in a little village joins Silver Boy as a dancer.

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Genres:

Comedy | Musical

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Details

Country:

Italy

Language:

Italian

Release Date:

27 December 1970 (Italy) See more »

Also Known As:

You Only Have to See Her See more »

Filming Locations:

Roma, Lazio, Italy

Company Credits

Production Co:

Fair Film See more »
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Color:

Color (Eastmancolor)

Aspect Ratio:

1.85 : 1
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Trivia

Italian censorship visa # 57385 delivered on 17-12-1970. See more »

Connections

Referenced in The Last Horror Film (1982) See more »

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This is an unknown little masterpiece of a comedy
4 February 2008 | by gangamyspaceSee all my reviews

Great humour, freedom, subtlness, extremely cool acting, perfect script, full of surreal melò-dramatic scenes. It is a very very bizarre and funny comedy, much before Almodovar, here there is something which combines self conscious trash Italian comedy with high intellectual humour, some Fellinian-Scola like touch and ironical kitch musical passages. Luciano Salce is still too much underrated as director and actor as well. Giuffrè, Melato, Buccella and Salce himself fit their roles at their best. Look for the final hospital sequence. This film is surprising and deserves to be among other masterpieces as 'L'armata Brancaleone' and 'Il dramma della gelosia'. FC


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