Nineties Trailer

Nineties Trailer (1992)

01 January 1992 Comedy 114 mins

Scandalously famous collections of short Italian comedies of the 90s! All that was "fun" in those years in Italy - all here! The sea of black humor on all issues - sex, politics, mafia, crime, TV...

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Cast

Massimo Boldi

as Ugo Bossi/Massimo/Walter Mongini

Christian De Sica

as Cesare Proietti/Lando Marcelli

Nicola Del Buono

as Direttore ufficio / ep. La festa di Carnevale

Ezio Greggio

as Protagonista negli intermezzi pubblicitari/Psicologo del "Telefono Blu"

Andrea Roncato

as Felice lo sposo/Andrea/Augusto/Uomo pauroso

Guido Nicheli

as Il primo scambista del club "Orchidea Selvaggia"

Nino Frassica

as Rosario il siciliano

Francesco Benigno

as Salvatore/Caputo

International Releases Dates

Italy 01 January 1992

United States 06 June 1992

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