Saturday, Sunday and Friday Trailer

Saturday, Sunday and Friday Trailer (1979)

06 June 1979 Comedy 108 mins

SABATO (first episode): A company receives the visit of a very very important person. This person works for a biggest Japanese society, and this encounter is decisive for the small Italian company. DOMENICA (second episode): After a hard day of job, a man returns in it's house for sleep. But a series of facts hinder this, and the poor man does not succeed to sleep. VENERDI (third episode): A famous and rich creator of sexy ballets have various problems with a dancer. She want to leave the theater and marry a Mafia man.

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Detto Mariano

Original Music Composer

International Titles

Ein Wochenende nach Maß Trailer

International Releases Dates

Germany 10 July 1981

Italy 19 October 1979

United States 06 June 1979

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