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Author Topic: Febbre a 40! / Happy Birthday,Harry (Marius Mattei ,1980)  (Read 3405 times)

Stephen Grimes

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aka FACCIAMOLO IN TRE (Italian release title from 1986)

Italian/German sex comedy produced by Renato Polselli and set almost entirely in London.Cast includes such names as Terry Thomas,John Richardson,Marisa Mell,Leonora Fani,Gordon Mitchell,Isarco Ravaioli,Margaret Rose Kiel and Bob Fiz who played Prof.Schwarz in FRANKENSTEIN 80.

I recently got a nice looking copy of the lbx German language tape with English opening/closing credits and a runtime of 1h 18m,seems this is the only version currently in circulation.

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Re: Febbre a 40! / Happy Birthday,Harry (Marius Mattei ,1980)
« Reply #1 on: 13 Aug 2009 - 11:35 »

Terry Thomas shows up here and there in Euro genre films doesn't he :-\
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Re: Febbre a 40! / Happy Birthday,Harry (Marius Mattei ,1980)
« Reply #2 on: 17 Aug 2009 - 19:33 »

Terry Thomas shows up here and there in Euro genre films doesn't he :-\
He's got porn star Marina Frajese alongside him in this one.
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Re: Febbre a 40! / Happy Birthday,Harry (Marius Mattei ,1980)
« Reply #3 on: 17 Apr 2016 - 19:49 »

aka FACCIAMOLO IN TRE (Italian release title from 1986)

Italian/German sex comedy produced by Renato Polselli and set almost entirely in London.Cast includes such names as Terry Thomas,John Richardson,Marisa Mell,Leonora Fani,Gordon Mitchell,Isarco Ravaioli,Margaret Rose Kiel and Bob Fiz who played Prof.Schwarz in FRANKENSTEIN 80.someone have the vhsrip, this movie three are Laura Levi uncredited, thanks

I recently got a nice looking copy of the lbx German language tape with English opening/closing credits and a runtime of 1h 18m,seems this is the only version currently in circulation.


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