Tragedy of a Ridiculous Man Trailer

Tragedy of a Ridiculous Man Trailer (1981)

10 November 1981 Drama 116 mins

The son of the owner of a large Italian cheese factory is kidnapped, but as the factory is on the verge of bankruptcy the owner hatches a plan to use the ransom money as reinvestment in the factory.

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Cast

Ugo Tognazzi

as Primo Spaggiari

Anouk Aimée

as Barbara Spaggiari

Olimpia Carlisi

as Chiromant

Renato Salvatori

as le colonel

Ricky Tognazzi

as Giovanni Spaggiari

Margherita Chiari

as la servante

Gaetano Ferrari

as le garde

Crew

Ennio Morricone

Original Music Composer

International Releases Dates

France 10 November 1981

United States 18 February 1982

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