|La bellissima estate|
|Directed by||Sergio Martino|
|Screenplay by||Sauro Scavolini|
|Story by||Luciano Martino|
|Produced by||Luciano Martino|
|Edited by||Daniele Alabiso|
|Music by||Alberto Pomeranz|
|Distributed by||Titanus (Italy)|
Toho Towa (Japan)
It is best remembered for the soundtrack piece "Il barone rosso" by Luciano Michelini, which would eventually become the theme song of the comedy show, Curb Your Enthusiasm.
- Senta Berger: Emanuela
- John Richardson: Vittorio
- Alessandro Cocco: Gianluca
- Lino Toffolo: "The Red Baron"
- Caterina Boratto: The princess
- Mario Erpichini: Giorgio Savona
- Renzo Marignano: Pietro, the driver
La bellissima estate was originally released in Italy on 20 November 1974, and later on 6 December 1974 by Titanus. It was later given the name Summer to Remember. It was later released in Japan by Toho Towa on 27 September 1975, and was given the name Smile of Love. It was later released in other countries in 1978.