Grand Hotel Excelsior Trailer

Grand Hotel Excelsior Trailer (1982)

01 January 1982 Comedy 114 mins

Taddeus is the manager of the Grand Hotel Excelsior. The Summer season begins in May and since then many odd persons frequent the hotel. There is Ilde Vivaldi, in love with Taddeus and the boxer Pericle Coccia who has an important match and falls in love with Maria. There is the Mago di Segrate trying to win world fame by levitating thirty meters high. And there is the waiter Egisto whose daughter is in a Swiss College believing her father is a man of importance.

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Cast

Enrico Montesano

as Egisto Costanzi

Diego Abatantuono

as Il mago di Segrate

Carlo Verdone

as Pericle Coccia

Eleonora Giorgi

as Ilde Vivaldi

Tiberio Murgia

as Un operaio

Franco Diogene

as Ing. Binotti

Armando Brancia

as Bertolazzi

Andrew Omokaro

as Cameriere nero

Gerry Bruno

as Staff manager

Fernando Cerulli

as Cameriere

Enzo Andronico

as Autista

International Titles

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International Releases Dates

Italy 01 January 1982

United States 06 June 1982

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