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a knock-off of mel brook's 'the 12 chairs'
A silly comedy that ended up being Sharon Tate's last film. She doesn't have much of a character to play but she's so gorgeous. The film is forgettable but has a good cast to keep the viewer engaged.
a typical 60s euro-comedy, with a funny plot: a poor italian barber (Gassman) got good news: his aunt is dead and he travels immediately to England to take ownership of....nothing! Needing money to come back in Usa he sells whole chairs of aunt's home to an antique shop, but that night he finds an hidden aunt's letter which it speaks about A FORTUNE of money in one of those chairs...He must find the chair at any cost and here it starts his adventures... Nice post 68 movies, it has great moment of fun and sex (a threesome night with S.Tate and Ottavia Piccolo...whatta a luck that man!) .Wells and V.De Sica are guest star for some funny Cameos. Explosive ending: barber com back to his shop, no money...no honey... but he has the secret (a secret for him too) to grew up the hairs .. and everybody's around they get a CAVEMEN style....
THe Mel Brooks one is better
"12+1" (also known as "The 13 Chairs") was Sharon Tate's final film role. This comedy was filmed in Europe in early 1969, and it definitely has a very 60's feel. Her co-stars include Vittorio Gassman and Orson Welles. "12+1" is campy and fun to watch. It was also fairly provocative for its time. Sharon Tate really had a knack for comedic roles. (See also: "The Wrecking Crew")