The movie is about a group of Italian soldiers who are captured by the Germans during World War II. The soldiers are taken to a POW camp, where they are subjected to harsh treatment. The soldiers eventually escape from the camp and make their way back to Italy. Along the way, they encounter a group of partisans who help them to fight the Germans. The movie ends with the soldiers being reunited with their families.

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Vogliamo i Colonnelli (1973)

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The movie is about a group of Italian soldiers who are captured by the Germans during World War II. The soldiers are taken to a POW camp, where they are subjected to harsh treatment. The soldiers eventually escape from the camp and make their way back to Italy. Along the way, they encounter a group of partisans who help them to fight the Germans. The movie ends with the soldiers being reunited with their families.

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Cast
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Ugo Tognazzi

Onorevole Giuseppe 'Beppe' Tritoni
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Claude Dauphin

The President of the Italian Republic
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Duilio Del Prete

Monsignor Giampaolino Sartorello
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Giuseppe Maffioli

Col. Pino Barbacane
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Carla Tatò

Marcella Bassi-Lega
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François Périer

Onorevole Luigi Di Cori (as Francois Perier)
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Lino Puglisi

Onorevole Salvato Li Masi
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Pino Zac

Armando Caffè
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Tino Bianchi

Onorevole Mazzante
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Antonino Faà di Bruno

Lt. Col. Vittorio Emanuele Ribaud (as Antonino Faa' Di Bruno)
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Vincenzo Falanga

Tarcisio 'Ciccio' Introna
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Gian Carlo Fusco

Col. Gavino Furas (as Giancarlo Fusco)
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Barbara Herrera

Countess Amelia di Amatrice
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Renzo Marignano

Lt. Commander Teofilo Branzino
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Camillo Milli

Col. Elpidio Aguzzo
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Alberto Postorino

The Strabismic Colonel
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Gianni Solaro

Tritoni's Colleague in his shirt-sleeves
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Pietro Tordi

General Giovanni Bassi-Lega
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Max Turilli

Col. Quintiliano Turzilli
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Salvatore Bilardo

Col. Andreas Automatikos
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Pietro Biondi

Professor Pube
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Giuseppe Castellano

Franz Cavicchia aka Nerchia
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Luciano Catenacci

The Highway Patroller
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Mico Cundari

Onorevole Ferlingeri
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Vittorio De Bisogno

Di Cori's Son
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Belisario De Matteis

General Alceo Pariglia
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Nino Formicola

Ulisse - Ribaud's brother-in-law
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Mario Frera

Police Officer
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Rosanna Gherardi

Cristiana Tallone
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Enzo Guarini

The first Newscaster
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Vincenzo Maranzino

(as Vincenzo Marranzino)
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Carla Mancini

(credit only)
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Mauro Misul

Urbini - the President's secretary
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Franco Moraldi

Alfonsone
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Lino Murolo

The Police Officer who arrests Tritoni
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Loris Zanchi

Onorevole Bertoni
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Febo Conti

(archive footage)
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Francesco Anniballi

Cameriere (uncredited)
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Gianni Baghino

Paramilitary disguised as a carabiniere (uncredited)
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Angelo Boscariol

Man who gets off the bus (uncredited)
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Mariolina Cannuli

The TV Announcer (uncredited)
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Angelo Casadei

Barman (uncredited)
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Riccardo Cucciolla

Narratore (uncredited)
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Bruno Di Luia

Soldato (uncredited)
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Alfonso Giganti

Member of parliament (uncredited)
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Luigi Lenner

Antonino Irnerio Steiner (uncredited)
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Franco Magno

Onorevole Simonacchio (uncredited)
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Mimmo Poli

Man who sees the flare (uncredited)
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Antonio Proietti

General Eliseo Tallone (uncredited)
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Valeria Sabel

Rina - Di Cori's wife (uncredited)
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Maria Tedeschi

Woman at the funeral (uncredited)
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Stavros Tornes

General Cagliotti (uncredited)
Crew
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Mario Monicelli

Director
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Agenore Incrocci

Writer
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Furio Scarpelli

Writer
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Mario Monicelli

Writer
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