|Directed by||Carlo Ludovico Bragaglia|
|Edited by||Giacinto Solito|
Mad Animals (Italian:Animali pazzi) is a 1939 Italian comedy film directed by Carlo Ludovico Bragaglia and starring Totò, Luisa Ferida and Calisto Bertramo. It was made at the Titanus Studios in Rome.
Baron Tolomeo dei Tolemei is about to receive the inheritance of a relative, just died. The legacy, however, as he wants the will, must go in part to finance a medical structure for crazy animals. Only then Baron Tolomeo may have the rich heritage. The affair proves complicated, because Tolomeo has a love affair with the beautiful Maria Luisa. The troubles continue when in life of Tolomeo breaks his poor twin-brother Antonio, physically like him, who secretly falls in love with Maria Luisa.
- Totò as Barone Tolomeo dei Tolomei/His brother
- Luisa Ferida as Maria Luisa
- Calisto Bertramo as Fabrizio, il maggiordomo
- Lilia Dale as Ninetta
- Dina Perbellini as La direttrice dell'ospedale degli animali
- Bianca Stagno Bellincioni as Zia Elisa
- Claudio Ermelli as Il notaio
- Raffaele Giachini as Il pretendente
- Cesare Polacco as Il creditore
- Pina Gallini as La proprietaria del cavallo pazzo
- Moliterno p.316
- Moliterno, Gino. Historical Dictionary of Italian Cinema. Scarecrow Press, 2008.
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