|Directed by||Jean-Charles Tacchella|
|Music by||Raymond Alessandrini|
Seven Sundays (French : Tous les jours dimanche, Italian : Tutti i giorni è domenica) is a 1994 French-Italian comedy film directed by Jean-Charles Tacchella.  
Margherita Buy is an Italian actress. She is a seven-time David di Donatello Awards winner and seven-time Nastro d'argento winner.
Riccardo Cucciolla was an Italian actor and voice actor. He appeared in 60 films between 1953 and 1999. He won the Best Actor Award at the 1971 Cannes Film Festival for the film Sacco & Vanzetti.
Roberto Herlitzka is an Italian theatre and film actor of Czechoslovak descent. He has appeared in 38 films since 1973. He was born in Turin, Piedmont, Italy. In 2004 he won the David di Donatello for Best Supporting Actor and Nastro d'Argento for Best Actor for his role in Good Morning, Night.
The 13th Cannes Film Festival was held from 4 to 20 May 1960. The Palme d'Or went to the La Dolce Vita by Federico Fellini. The festival opened with Ben-Hur, directed by William Wyler.
The Seven Deadly Sins is a 1952 French/Italian co-production motion picture drama. The film stars Michèle Morgan, Françoise Rosay, Viviane Romance, Maurice Ronet, Louis de Funès, Isa Miranda, Henri Vidal and Gérard Philipe. It has seven separate sections: with five episodes from France, and two episodes from Italy.
I sette nani alla riscossa, internationally released as The Seven Dwarfs to the Rescue in 1965, is a 1951 Italian fantasy-comedy film directed by Paolo W. Tamburella.
The Cheerful Squadron is a 1954 Italian-French historical war comedy film directed by Paolo Moffa and starring Vittorio De Sica, Daniel Gélin, Alberto Sordi and Silvana Pampanini. It is the third adaptation of a story by Georges Courteline about life in the French military in the late nineteenth century.
The Teddy Bear is a 1994 French-Italian thriller-drama film directed by Jacques Deray. It is based on the novel L'ours en peluche by Georges Simenon.
The Crazy Kids of the War is a 1967 Italian-French musicarello film directed by Steno.
Invasion 1700 is a 1962 Italian-French historical epic film directed by Fernando Cerchio. It is based on the 1884 Polish historical novel With Fire and Sword written by Henryk Sienkiewicz.
The Seventh Sword is a 1962 Italian-French adventure film directed by Riccardo Freda. It is a remake of Freda's debut film Don Cesare di Bazan.
The Lion of Thebes is a peplum film written and directed by Giorgio Ferroni.
Toto in Paris is a 1958 Italian-French comedy film directed by Camillo Mastrocinque.
The Spy Who Loved Flowers is a 1966 Italian/Spanish co-production science fiction-Eurospy film written and directed by Umberto Lenzi. Set in Paris, Geneva and Athens, it is the sequel to Super Seven Calling Cairo (1965). It starred Roger Browne and Yoko Tani.
The Sea Pirate is a 1966 French-Italian-Spanish adventure film directed by Sergio Bergonzelli and Roy Rowland.
Venetian Honeymoon is a 1959 Italian-French romantic comedy film directed by Alberto Cavalcanti. It is loosely based on the Abel Hermant novel Les noces vénitiennes.
Gladiators Seven is a 1964 Italian peplum film directed by Alberto De Martino and starring Tony Russel.
The Secret Mark of D'Artagnan is a 1962 Italian-French adventure film written and directed by Siro Marcellini and starring George Nader and Magali Noël.
Avenger of the Seven Seas, also known as The Executioner of the Seas, is a 1962 Italian epic adventure film directed by Domenico Paolella and starring Richard Harrison and Michèle Mercier.
My Seven Little Sins, released in UK as I Had Seven Daughters, is a 1954 French-Italian comedy film co-written and directed by Jean Boyer and starring Maurice Chevalier and Delia Scala. It is based on a comedy play of Aldo De Benedetti, previously adapted by Nunzio Malasomma in the film We Were Seven Sisters.