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The Emperor of Capri

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The Emperor of Capri

L'imperatore di Capri
File:L'imperatorediCapri.jpg
Theatrical release poster
Directed by Luigi Comencini
Produced by Carlo Ponti
Written by Luigi Comencini (dialogue)
Gino De Santis (story)
Starring Totò
Music by Felice Montagnini
Cinematography Giuseppe Caracciolo
Editing by Otello Colangeli
Distributed by Lux Film
Release date(s) 16 December 1949
Running time 90 minutes
Country Italy
Language Italian

L'imperatore di Capri or The Emperor of Capri is a 1949 Italian comedy film directed by Luigi Comencini.

Plot summary

Sonia, a beautiful gold digger, mistakes Antonio, a waiter in a Neapolitan hotel, for the Arab prince Bey of Agapur and makes an appointment with him for the following day in Capri. Antonio goes there behind his wife and mother in law's back. Due to a lucky series of circumstances he really does becomes the prince of the island.

Overview

The plot is a familiar one, involving mistaken identity, close shaves, and an affair with a beautiful woman. Forced to pose as a visiting Indian prince, Toto does his best to carry off the deception while visiting the island of Capri. This time, he must contend with the amorous advances of two well-proportioned ladies, played by Yvonne Sanson and Marisa Merlini

Cast

External links

  • Internet Movie Database


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