Neapolitan Mystery Trailer

Neapolitan Mystery Trailer (1979)

12 April 1979 114 mins

Mastroanni plays a mandolin player who, while trying to cover his senile father's gambling debts, is sent to perform a serenade at a high rise building and witnesses a shootout and a man being thrown from a window to his death (the first of several falls from windows that the beleaguered hero witnesses). He gets mixed up with a famous conductor and his gorgeous wife as well as with the conductor's beautiful daughter-in-law. The whole thing involves a confusingly intricate blackmail plot and a horrible secret dating back to World War II.

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Marcello Mastroianni

as Raffaele Capece

Ornella Muti

as Lucia Navarro

Michel Piccoli

as Victor Navarro


as Suor Angela

Peppino De Filippo

as Natale Capece

Renato Pozzetto

as Commissario Voghera

Elena Fiore

as donna Filomena

Peppe Barra

as Giardino

International Releases Dates

Italy 12 April 1979

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