Toto, Peppino and the Outlaws

Toto, Peppino and the Outlaws (Italian: Totò, Peppino e i fuorilegge) is a 1956 Italian comedy film directed by Camillo Mastrocinque.[1][2]

Toto, Peppino and the Outlaws
Directed byCamillo Mastrocinque
Produced byD.D.L.
Written byRuggero Maccari, Vittorio Metz, Mario Amendola
StarringTotò, Peppino De Filippo, Dorian Gray
Music byAlessandro Cicognini
CinematographyMario Albertelli
Edited byGisa Radicchi Levi
Distributed byD.D.L.
Release date
Running time
98 min

For this film Peppino De Filippo was awarded with a Silver Ribbon for best supporting actor.[3]


Antonio and Peppino live in a small town in central Italy: Peppino is the barber, Totò is maintained by the rich but avaricious wife Teresa, who does not allow him in any way to have fun, as Antonio would like. One day Antonio and Peppino take advantage of the fact that the bandit "Il Torchio" has returned to terrorizing the country, pretending to be kidnapped by the band. The two astutely send a message with threats to Teresa, asking for money for the payment of the ransom, with which they go to spend a night of joy. Teresa, however, comes to know and is furious, and does not believe the stories of Antonio, even when he is really kidnapped by the "Torchio".



  1. Alberto Anile. I film di Totò (1946-1967): la maschera tradita. Le mani, 1998.
  2. Enrico Giacovelli, Enrico Lancia. I film di Peppino De Filippo. Gremese Editore, 1992.
  3. Enrico Lancia. I premi del cinema. Gremese Editore, 1998. ISBN 88-7742-221-1.
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