The Amorous Mis-Adventures of Casanova

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Released:
1976
Rating:
R
The Amorous Mis-Adventures of Casanova is a 1976 American romantic comedy by director Francois Legrand, starring Britt Ekland, Hugh Griffith, Jean Lefebvre, Marisa Berenson, Marisa Mell, Sylva Koscina, and Tony Curtis. Tony Curtis plays famed 18th century playboy Giacomo Casanova in this comedic spoof of the original story. In The Amorour Mis-Adventures of Casanova, the professional lover has one problem: his parts won't work that way anymore! Casanova has become impotent, but no one can know otherwise his reputation will be spoiled. To keep up appearances in the bedroom, Casanova drafts a look-alike (also played by Curtis) to stand in form him in passionate moments. Perfect solution, right? Not quite. Having a stuntman doesn't work quite as well in sex as it does in action films and Casanova soon finds himself facing many comical drawbacks and snags to his plan. The Mis-Adventures of Casanova is a light-hearted comedy for mature audiences and is rated R.
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