TB6401 Smoke Over London Morricone Bar-026
Starring Alberto Sordi，Fiona Lewis，Amy Dalby, length 122 min.
Alberto Sordi directs and co-stars with Fiona Lewis and Amy Dalby in this situation comedy with songs. Dante Fontana is an Italian antique dealer who specializes in items from Britain. When he finally gets to take his much-anticipated trip to the British Isles to attend an antique auction, Dante gets into a bidding war with a doughty duchess at the event, but she invites him back to her castle. The woman's hip granddaughter Elizabeth takes Dante on a swinging tour of London to witness mod rockers at play. The culture shock is too much for Dante who quickly makes plans to return to his wife and children in Italy.
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was an Italian lawyer turned major film score composer. A pianist, organist, conductor, composer, he was also the prolific author of more than 300 film soundtracks. His mother’s maiden name was Marengo, hence his pseudonym Piero Morgan which he adopted until 1957. He played for the first time on radio in 1938 with his historic “013” Big Band, to return on air only after the liberation of Italy in 1944. His unforgettable “013”, was the first Italian jazz band to be broadcast in Italy after the fall of fascism.
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001 You never told me (02:43) (Piero Piccioni Composer; Ennio Morricone Arranger Conductor; Alberto Sordi Lyrics; Robert Mellin Lyrics; Julie Rogers Vocals)
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003 Breve amore （The Italian version of "You Never Told Me"）(Piero Piccioni Composer; Ennio Morricone Arranger Conductor; Alberto Sordi Lyrics; Mina Vocals)
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