Three Lucky Fools

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Three Lucky Fools
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Directed by Mario Bonnard
Produced by Seymour Nebenzal
Giuseppe Amato
Written by William Aguet
Michele Galdieri
Mario Bonnard
Starring Tito Schipa
Eduardo De Filippo
Fred Pasquali
Peppino De Filippo
Music by Giulio Bonnard
Dan Caslar
Umberto Mancini
Cinematography Ferdinando Martini
Giovanni Vitrotti
Edited byMario Bonnard
Production
company
Caesar Film
Prima Film
Distributed byPrima Film
Release date
2 April 1933
Running time
70 minutes
CountryFrench
Italy
Language Italian

Three Lucky Fools (Italian: Tre uomini in frack) is a 1933 French-Italian comedy film directed by Mario Bonnard and starring Tito Schipa, Eduardo De Filippo, and Fred Pasquali. It marked the film debut of Assia Noris, who went on to be a leading Italian star. [1]

Contents

It was released in two separate versions one in French and the other in Italian.

Cast

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References

  1. Gundle p.167

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