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February 8, 2011

Boccaccio70

Anita Le tentazioni del dottor AntonioEkberg

Boccaccio70

Four directors tell tales of Eros fit for a 1970s Decameron. Working-class lovers, Renzo and Luciana, marry but must hide it from her employer; plus, they need a room of their own. A billboard of Anita Ekberg provocatively selling milk gives a prudish crusader for public decency more than he can handle. The wife of a count whose escapades with call girls make the front page of the papers decides to work to prove her independence, but what is she qualified to do?  

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  • A buxom carnival-booth manager who owes back taxes offers herself for one night in a lottery: a nerdy sacristan and a jealous cowboy make for a lovers' triangle. In each, women take charge, but not always happily.

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    Man Winning a Bottle (segment "La riffa") (uncredited)

     
     

    Boccaccio '70

    Anita Ekberg Boccaccio 70

    "Le tentazioni del dottor Antonio"
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    Dogmeat (mrjyn) Boccaccio '70 (1962)

    Boccaccio '70 (1962)

    The First 3-Act Motion Picture Ever Presented!
    Boccaccio '70

     

     

    Four directors tell tales of Eros fit for a 1970s Decameron. Working-class lovers, Renzo and Luciana, marry but must hide it from her employer; plus, they need a room of their own. A billboard of Anita Ekberg provocatively selling milk gives a prudish crusader for public decency more than he can handle. The wife of a count whose escapades with call girls make the front page of the papers decides to work to prove her independence, but what is she qualified to do? A buxom carnival-booth manager who owes back taxes offers herself for one night in a lottery: a nerdy sacristan and a jealous cowboy make for a lovers' triangle. In each, women take charge, but not always happily.

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    When Mario Monicelli's segment, "Renzo e Luciana", was cut, producer Carlo Ponti offered to finance the Monicelli film as a full-length feature on its own. This was never realized. This segment was apparently cut because Monicelli promised to deliver a "major American star" but failed in this endeavor, thus his film became cast with mostly unknowns. When the film premiered at Cannes, it was jeered by critics and filmmakers after they became informed of the news about Monicelli's unjustly removed segment.
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    Alfredo Rizzo ... Foreman (uncredited)
    Amerigo Santarelli ... Worker (segment "Le tentazioni det dottor Antonio") (uncredited)
    Archie Savage ... Black Tourist (uncredited)
    Alberto Sorrentino ... Worker (segment "Le tentazioni del dottor Antonio") (uncredited)
    Paolo Stoppa ... Lawyer Alcamo (segment "Il lavoro") (uncredited)

    Boccaccio '70 (1962)

    The First 3-Act Motion Picture Ever Presented!
    Boccaccio '70


    Four directors tell tales of Eros fit for a 1970s Decameron. Working-class lovers, Renzo and Luciana, marry but must hide it from her employer; plus, they need a room of their own. A billboard of Anita Ekberg provocatively selling milk gives a prudish crusader for public decency more than he can handle. The wife of a count whose escapades with call girls make the front page of the papers decides to work to prove her independence, but what is she qualified to do? A buxom carnival-booth manager who owes back taxes offers herself for one night in a lottery: a nerdy sacristan and a jealous cowboy make for a lovers' triangle. In each, women take charge, but not always happily.

    Lugo, Ravenna, Emilia-Romagna, Italy
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    1. Boccaccio '70 (1962)

    Boccaccio '70 (1962)

    The First 3-Act Motion Picture Ever Presented!
    Boccaccio '70

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  • The original Italian version had four segments and was 210 minutes long. The segment "Renzo e Luciana" directed by Mario Monicelli was removed in the US version.

  • The original Italian version had four segments, starting with Act 1 "Renzo e Luciana", directed by Mario Monicelli. The total length being over 3 hours (195 min for the four acts plus credits) the producers decided to shorten it for commercial purposes just before the feature went to the Cannes Film Festival in 1962 for the opening screening. Although Mario Monicelli had sued Boccaccio '70 went to be released worldwide without "Renzo e Luciana".

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    Federico Fellini's segment, "Le tentazioni del dottor Antonio", was his first work in color. It and Fellini's contribution to L'amore in città (1953) along with his co-directed "Variety Lights" are the "1/2" alluded to in the title of (1963).
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    Boccaccio '70 (1962) 

    CountryDate
    Italy 22 February 1962 (Milan) (premiere)
    Italy 23 February 1962  
    France 7 May 1962 (Cannes Film Festival)
    USA 26 June 1962  
    West Germany 3 August 1962  
    France 29 August 1962  
    Finland 21 September 1962  
    UK 1963  
    Sweden 25 February 1963  
    Denmark 18 March 1963  
    East Germany 2 July 1965  
    Italy 26 June 1969 (re-release)
    Portugal 2 November 1977  
    France 4 June 2003 (re-release)
    Italy 22 October 2007 (Rome Film Festival)

    Also Known As (AKA)
    Boccaccio '70 Argentina / Poland / Spain / USA
    Boccaccio 70 Finland / Hungary
    Boccace 70 France
    Boccacio 70 Portugal (imdb display title)
    Kreivittären ansiotyö Finland
    Vokkakios '70 Greece (transliterated ISO-LATIN-1 title)

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    Lugo, Ravenna, Emilia-Romagna, Italy
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    Four directors tell tales of Eros fit for a 1970s Decameron. Working-class lovers, Renzo and Luciana, marry but must hide it from her employer; plus, they need a room of their own. A billboard of Anita Ekberg provocatively selling milk gives a prudish crusader for public decency more than he can handle. The wife of a count whose escapades with call girls make the front page of the papers decides to work to prove her independence, but what is she qualified to do? A buxom carnival-booth manager who owes back taxes offers herself for one night in a lottery: a nerdy sacristan and a jealous cowboy make for a lovers' triangle. In each, women take charge, but not always happily.
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    Federico Fellini With: Anita Ekberg, Sophia Loren, Romy Schneider <dailymotion.com/mrjyn> Image associ&eacute;e au film
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    Boccace 70 ou les obsessions du docteur Antoine
    Réalisation Federico Fellini
    Luchino Visconti
    Vittorio De Sica
    Acteurs principaux Anita Ekberg
    Romy Schneider
    Sophia Loren
    Scénario Federico Fellini
    Ennio Flaiano
    Tullio Pinelli
    Brunello Rondi
    Goffredo Parise
    Luchino Visconti
    Suso Cecchi d'Amico
    Cesare Zavattini
    Décors Piero Zuffi
    Mario Garbuglia
    Elio Costanzi
    Costumes Coco Chanel
    Photographie Otello Martelli
    Giuseppe Rotunno
    Montage Leo Catozzo
    Mario Serandrei
    Adriana Novelli
    Musique Nino Rota
    Armando Trovajoli
    Production Carlo Ponti
    Antonio Cervi
    (segment "La riffa")
    Mario Monicelli
     
    (segment "Renzo e Luciana")
    Luchino Visconti
     
    (segment "Il lavoro")

    Marisa Solinas ... Luciana (segment "Renzo e Luciana")
    Germano Gilioli ... Renzo (segment "Renzo e Luciana")

    Anita Ekberg ...
    Peppino De Filippo ... Dr. Antonio Mazzuolo (segment "Le tentazioni del dottor Antonio")
    Romy Schneider ... Pupe (segment "Il lavoro")

    Tomas Milian ... Conte Ottavio (segment "Il lavoro") (as Thomas Milian)
    Romolo Valli ... Lawyer Zacchi (segment "Il lavoro")

    Sophia Loren ... Zoe (segment "La riffa")
    Luigi Giuliani ... Gaetano (segment "La riffa")
    Alfio Vita ... Cuspet (segment "La riffa")
    rest of cast listed alphabetically:
    Antonio Acqua ... Commendatore La Pappa (segment "Le tentazioni del dottor Antonio") (uncredited)
    Nando Angelini ...
    Anita Le tentazioni del dottor Antonio Ekberg Boccaccio70 Four directors tell tales of Eros fit for a 1970s Decameron. Working-class lovers, Renzo and Luciana, marry but must hide it from her employer; plus, they need a room of their own. A billboard of Anita Ekberg provocatively selling milk gives ...... Read MORE » on Dogmeat