Toto's First Night
|Toto's First Night|
|Directed by||Mario Amendola|
|Produced by||Mario Mariani|
|Written by||Franco Castellano |
|Music by||Armando Trovajoli|
|Edited by||Jolanda Benvenuti|
|Distributed by||Incei Film|
Ninì and Mimi are two friends, itinerant players, who can not make a penny. It is performed at night, in various places, arousing only the laughter of the public, until Mimi is delivered the conspicuous legacy of his uncle. Ninì immediately takes the opportunity to re-launch the duo in nightclubs, but squanders all the money in goliardic parties.
- Bìspuri p.264
- Ennio Bìspuri. Totò: principe clown : tutti i film di Totò. Guida Editori, 1997.
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