Toto, Peppino and the Berlin Wall | Chicago Reader

Toto, Peppino and the Berlin Wall

Toto and Peppino De Filippo are a pair of Neapolitan clothes peddlers who emigrate to Berlin, only to find themselves ensnared in cold war politics. Bribed by neo-Nazis, Toto poses as an Italian general being tried for war crimes, but after Peppino blows his cover the two wind up fleeing the Americans, the Germans, and the Soviets combined. Giorgio Bianchi directed this weak Italian farce (1962), which nonetheless manages to score a few laughs at the expense of its innocents abroad. With Robert Alda. 103 min.

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