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After the Fox (8-Sep-1966)

Original Title: Caccia alla Volpe

Director: Vittorio De Sica

Writer: Neil Simon

From a play: After the Fox by Neil Simon

Music Composed and Conducted by: Burt Bacharach

Producer: John Bryan

Keywords: Crime/Comedy

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Martin Balsam
4-Nov-1919 13-Feb-1996 A Thousand Clowns
Britt Ekland
6-Oct-1942   The Man with the Golden Gun
Victor Mature
29-Jan-1913 4-Aug-1999 Samson and Delilah
Peter Sellers
8-Sep-1925 24-Jul-1980 Inspector Clouseau
Akim Tamiroff
29-Oct-1899 17-Sep-1972 For Whom the Bell Tolls


Peter Sellers   ...   Aldo Vanucci
Victor Mature   ...   Tony Powell
Britt Ekland   ...   Gina Romantica
Martin Balsam   ...   Harry
Akim Tamiroff   ...   Okra
Paolo Stoppa   ...   Pollo
Lydia Brazzi   ...   Mamma Vanucci
Tino Buazzelli   ...   Siepi
Mac Ronay   ...   Carlo
Maria Grazia Buccella   ...   Bikini Girl
Lando Buzzanca   ...   Police Chief
Maurice Denham   ...   Chief of Interpol
Tiberio Murgia   ...   1st Detective
Francesco De Leone   ...   2nd Detective
Nino Musco   ...   Mayor
Carlo Croccolo   ...   Café Owner
Pier Luigi Pizzi   ...   Doctor
Lino Mattera   ...   Singer
Piero Gerlini   ...   1st Jailer
Daniele Vargas   ...   Prosecuting Counsel
Franco Sportelli   ...   Judge
Giustino Durano   ...   Critic
Mimmo Poli   ...   Fat Actor
Enzo Fiermonte   ...   Raymond
Roberto De Simoni   ...   Marcel Vignon
Angelo Spaggiari   ...   Felix Kessler
Mario Del Vago   ...   Manuel Ortega


Review by anonymous (posted on 29-Jan-2007)

This is an exceptionally funny movie written by Neil Simon and Cesare Zavattini. Peter Sellers is brilliant (I like this one over most of his Pink Panther roles). It is some what of an unknown or obscure (almost comedy cult) film but for those who appreciate the brilliance of Peter Sellers and his style of acting, you will not be disappointed. It is a timeless work of comedy. Victor Mature shows a humurous side not often seen in his roles. The directing (Vittorio de Sica, Oscar winner of The Bicycle Thief) is sometimes simplistic and almost amateur while at the same time the work of a master. The story and Vittorio de Sica take a humorous jab at the Neo-Realist film genre popular in the fifties and early sixties. -GL

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