Desirable Teacher Trailer

Desirable Teacher Trailer (1981)

19 September 1981 Comedy

In a school where the meeting seems more complete sampling of teachers and professors stupid airhead, there is the class of Peter, repeating in life, which is the "grandfather" to the far more young companions concerning jokes and vulgarity. Even outside the school walls, in the family or in the streets of the village where he lives, Peter is not far behind and his antics continue to freewheel

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Alvaro Vitali

as Pierino

Michele Gammino

as Prof. Celani

Michela Miti

as La supplente

Sofia Lombardo

as La signorina Mazzacurati, la Maestra

Deddi Savagnone

as Madre di Pierino

Cristina Moffa

as Sorella di Pierino

Riccardo Billi

as Nonno di Pierino

Enzo Liberti

as Padre di Pierino

Francesca Romana Coluzzi

as Passante che ha paura dei gatti

International Releases Dates

Spain 28 January 1982

Italy 19 September 1981

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