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It Started in Naples (1960)

It Started in Naples
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Clark Gable Clark Gable
Michael Hamilton
Sophia Loren Sophia Loren
Lucia Curcio
Vittorio De Sica Vittorio De Sica
Mario Vitale
Marietto Marietto
Nando Hamilton
Giovanni Filidoro Giovanni Filidoro
Gennariello
Bob Cunningham Bob Cunningham
Don Mc Guire - Train Passenger


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Melville Shavelson Melville Shavelson
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Jack Rose Jack Rose
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It Started in Naples

6 years ago at Jan 30 6:35
It Started in Naples is not a great movie in either Clark Gable’s or Sophia Loren’s resume, but it is a breezy, flirty fun piece of fluffy entertainment. The barebones plot goes a little something like this: Gable comes to Naples to settle some business involving his dead brother’s son, who is being raised by his fiery, passionate, earthy aunt, Loren. They meet, and everything seems to be go... read more
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Mike Hamilton, a Philadelphia lawyer, comes to Naples to settle the estate of his long estranged "black sheep" brother. Once there, he discovers that the deceased has left an eight-year old little boy named Nando, who is being raised by Michael's sister-in-law Lucia Curcio. Mike immediately disapproves of Nando's Italian-style (in other words "lax") education. To make matters worse, Lucia happens to be ... a sexy nightclub dancer. This is too much for a puritan like Mike and the only solution in his eyes is to have the boy brought up in the States...
Release date: 7 August 1960
UPC: 097360592740
Tags: 1960 (3), Romance (3), 1960s (2), Comedy (2), Drama (1), DSK (1), Italy (1), HQ (1), 60's (1)
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It Started in Naples

“It Started in Naples is not a great movie in either Clark Gable’s or Sophia Loren’s resume, but it is a breezy, flirty fun piece of fluffy entertainment. The barebones plot goes a little something like this: Gable comes to Naples to settle some business involving his dead brother’s son, who is being raised by his fiery, passionate, earthy aunt, Loren. They meet, and everything seems to be going perfectly well until they begin to argue about raising the boy and who is he better off living with. Gable doesn’t like that Loren is a nightclub singer/performer whose odd hours and anything-goes lifestyle offer little discipline and structure for the boy. Do I really need to explain what happens next? Or even how it ends? But the megawatt star power radiating from Clark Gable could elevate” read more

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