Toto vs. the Four
Totò contro i quattro, internationally released as Toto vs. the Four, is a 1963 Italian comedy film directed by Steno. Despite its title, it was not a true fusion between Totò and the four, but the film consists in interwoven episodies in which Totò makes pair from time to time with one of them. It was defined as a "winningly funny police farce".
|Toto vs. the Four|
|Written by||Bruno Corbucci|
Peppino De Filippo
|Music by||Gianni Ferrio|
|Edited by||Giuliana Attenni|
At the Commissioner Antonio is stolen the car during a night. He needs to find her first address four cases of thievery in the city of Rome. The defendants are Peppino De Filippo, Aldo Fabrizi, Nino Taranto and Erminio Macario. Thanks to the stories these four funny characters at the end Antonio, moreover, by disguising woman, manages to capture the thieves in an area of Villa Borghese.
- Totò: Police Commissioner Antonio Saracino
- Peppino De Filippo: Cav. Alfredo Fiore
- Aldo Fabrizi: Don Amilcare
- Nino Taranto: Giuseppe Mastrillo
- Erminio Macario: Colonel La Matta
- Ugo d'Alessio: Di Sabato
- Carlo delle Piane: Pecorino
- Mario Castellani: Comm. Filippo Lancetti
- Pietro Carloni : brother in law of Lancetti
- Rossella Como: Wife of Lancetti
- Dany París: Jacqueline
- Ivy Holzer: Miss Durant
- Moira Orfei: Miss Fiore
- Nino Terzo: Agent Pappalardo
- Gregorio Wu Pak Chiu : domestic chinese
- Mariano Laurenti : car driver of Fiat 600
- Alberto Anile. I film di Totò (1946-1967): la maschera tradita. Le mani, 1998.
- Enrico Giacovelli; Enrico Lancia. I film di Peppino De Filippo. Gremese Editore, 1992.
- Jean-Louis Ginibre; John Lithgow; Barbara Cady. Ladies Or Gentlemen. Filipacchi Publishing, 2005.