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Boccaccio '70
Directed by:
Vittorio De Sica, Federico Fellini, Mario Monicelli and Luchino Visconti

"Boccaccio '70" (also known as "Boccace 70") is a Comedy/Fantasy film directed by Vittorio De Sica, Federico Fellini, Mario Monicelli and Luchino Visconti, released on June 26 of 1962 in the USA , starring Marisa Solinas, Germano Gilioli, Anita Ekberg, Peppino De Filippo, Romy Schneider and Romolo Valli.

Who is the director of "Boccaccio '70":

Boccaccio '70 was directed by Vittorio De Sica, Federico Fellini, Mario Monicelli and Luchino Visconti.

Vittorio De Sica was an Italian actor, director, screenwriter, writer, and producer. Before directing Boccaccio '70, he had directed Anna di Brooklyn, released in 1958, L' Oro di Napoli (1954), Stazione Termini (1953), Villa Borghese (1953), Umberto D. (1952), and Miracolo a Milano (1951). Since, Vittorio De Sica directed Sequestrati di Altona, I, released in 1962, Ieri, oggi, domani (1963), Matrimonio all'italiana (1964), Un monde nouveau (1966), After the Fox (1966), and Le Streghe (1967).

Federico Fellini was an Italian screenwriter, writer, director, actor, costume designer, and producer. Before directing Boccaccio '70, he had directed La Dolce vita, released in 1960, La Strada (1954), L' Amore in città (1953), Sceicco bianco, Lo (1952). Since, Federico Fellini directed , released in 1963, Giulietta degli spiriti (1965), Histoires extraordinaires (1968), Fellini - Satyricon (1969), Roma (1972), and Amarcord (1973).

Mario Monicelli is an Italian writer, screenwriter, director, and actor. Before directing Boccaccio '70, he had directed Soliti ignoti, I, released in 1958, Padri e figli (1957), Donatella (1956), Le Infedeli (1953), Guardie e ladri (1951), and Vita da cani (1950). Since, Mario Monicelli directed Compagni, I, released in 1963, Casanova '70 (1965), Le Fate (1966), L' Armata Brancaleone (1966), Brancaleone alle crociate (1970), and La Mortadella (1971).

Luchino Visconti was an Italian director, screenwriter, producer, and actor. Before directing Boccaccio '70, he had directed Rocco e i suoi fratelli, released in 1960, Le Notti bianche (1957), Senso (1954), Bellissima (1951), La Terra trema: Episodio del mare (1948). Since, Luchino Visconti directed Gattopardo, Il, released in 1963, Le Streghe (1967), Morte a Venezia (1971), Ludwig (1972), Gruppo di famiglia in un interno (1974), and L' Innocente (1976).

When was "Boccaccio '70" released:

Boccaccio '70 was initially released on Tuesday, June 26, 1962, in the United States. Another film released on Tuesday, June 26, 1962 is Hell Is for Heroes. This was fifty-seven (57) years ago.

It has been released on 1963 in the United Kingdom; Monday, May 07, 1962 in France; Friday, August 03, 1962 in Germany and on Thursday, February 22, 1962 in Italy.

What is the cast of "Boccaccio '70":

At the casting of Boccaccio '70 we find Marisa Solinas (La Commare secca (1962)); Germano Gilioli, Anita Ekberg (Apocalisse sul fiume giallo (1960), La Dolce vita (1960)) [ more... ]

What is the Storyline of "Boccaccio '70":

In Renzo e Luciana, a young couple tries to hide their marriage and the wife's supposed pregnancy from the draconian book-keeper of their employer, who has banned female employees from getting married and having children but does not mind a few cheap thrills at their expense himself.

In Le tentazioni del dottor Antonio, an elderly citizen is fed up with too much immorality in the form of indecent content in print. His anger knows no bounds when a provocative billboard of Anita Ekberg [...]

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