Febbre da Cavallo Trailer

Febbre da Cavallo Trailer (1976)

"Febbre da cavallo is a 1976 Italian comedy film directed by Steno and starring Gigi Proietti." 01 January 1976 Comedy 94 mins

Bruno Fioretti, known as "Mandrake", is an inveterate gambler who never misses a day at the horse racing track in Rome. He is doubly unlucky: he bets too much on one horse, and his wife is sleeping with his best friend because Mandrake is always at the track. Penniless and cuckolded, Mandrake decides to make one last bet.

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Cast

Gigi Proietti

as Bruno Fioretti, "Mandrake"

Enrico Montesano

as Armando Pellicci, "Er Pomata"

Francesco De Rosa

as Felice Roversi

Adolfo Celi

as il giudice

Catherine Spaak

as Gabriella, fidanzata di Bruno

Mario Carotenuto

as Avv. De Marchis

Nikki Gentile

as Mafalda

Ennio Antonelli

as Otello Rinaldi, "Manzotin"

Crew

Steno

Director

International Releases Dates

Italy 01 January 1976

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