Italian comedian Toto and his frequent sidekick Peppino De Filippo are bachelor brothers from the outskirts of Naples who set off for Milan to rescue their nephew from the designs of a voluptuous showgirl. The story takes quite a while to get moving, and the action sputters whenever the lovers occupy the screen alone, but once the two bumpkins arrive in town the surreal silliness takes over, many of the gags exploiting regional and class differences. This 1956 feature by Camillo Mastrocinque is oddly reminiscent of the work of Hollywood director Frank Tashlin (then hitting his peak), and the chemistry between Toto and Peppino often suggests Bob Hope and Bing Crosby. 87 min.