Gastone is a 1960 Italian comedy film co-written and directed by Mario Bonnard and starring Alberto Sordi, Anna Maria Ferrero and Vittorio De Sica. It is loosely based on the Ettore Petrolini's character and comedy play with the same name.
Italy, 1920s. The suffered glimmers of war seem very far away, especially if and when you have the opportunity to have fun in places like the tabarin: it is here that Gastone, aka Gaston Le Beau, profession danseur mondain, accompanied by the inseparable tailcoat, performs dancing with extreme elegance and entertains the wealthy ladies who go there.
|author||Mario Bonnard Oreste Biancoli Rodolfo Sonego|
|editor||Eraldo Da Roma|
|keywords||beautiful girl dance school great war improvised last chance loan shark new student old flame police station surround|
|musicBy||Angelo Francesco Lavagnino|
|producer||Mario Cecchi Gori|