The Gold of Naples (L'oro di Napoli) (Every Day's a Holiday)

1955

The Gold of Naples (L'oro di Napoli) (Every Day's a Holiday)

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Vittorio De Sica, Cesare Zavattini, and Giuseppe Marotta wrote this anthology of tales depicting various aspects of Neapolitan life, with the emphasis of poignancy and comedy: "The Racketeer" features Toto with a gangster as his unwanted house guest; "Pizza On Credit" gave Sophia Loren one of her first starring roles, as a wayward wife who loses her wedding ring; "The Gambler" stars De Sica in a hilarious performance as a compulsive gambler whose rich family won't give him money, so he's reduced to playing cards with the young son of his servant; "Theresa" features Silvana Mangano as a prostitute who discovers that a man really does have to be crazy to marry her. (Two other episodes were cut for the film's U.S. release.)

Cast

Giacomo Furia
as Rosario, Sofia's husband
Totò
as The Husband
Pasquale Cennamo
as The Racketeer
Alberto Farnese
as The Lover
Paolo Stoppa
as The Widower
Mario Passante
as His Valet
Irene Montalto
as The Countess
Eduardo De Filippo
as Ersilio Miccio, the professor
Enrico Borgstrom
as His Father, the Porter
Tina Pica
as A client of the Professor
Erno Crisa
as The Husband
Ubaldo Maestri
as The Intermediary
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