Five Paupers in an Automobile

Five Paupers in an Automobile
Directed by Mario Mattoli
Written by Mario Amendola
Aldo De Benedetti
Starring Eduardo De Filippo
Cinematography Mario Albertelli
Editing by Giuliana Attenni
Release date(s) 1952
Running time 97 minutes
Country Italy
Language Italian

Five Paupers in an Automobile (Italian: Cinque poveri in automobile) is a 1952 comedy film directed by Mario Mattoli and starring Eduardo De Filippo.[1]



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