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Next Place


Title: Next there is place

Country of production: Italy

Year: 1942

Duration: 82 min

Colour: B/W

Audio: Sound

Kind: Comedy

Directed: Mario Bonnard

Subject: Aldo Fabrizi, Cesare Zavattini, Piero Tellini

Screenplay: Mario Bonnard, Aldo Fabrizi, Cesare Zavattini, Piero Tellini

Producer: Giuseppe Amaro

Distribution: E.N.I.C.

Photography: Vincenzo Seratrice

 Editing: Maria Rosada

Music: Giulio Bonnard

Scenography: Giovanni Sarazani




Interpreters and characters



Aldo Fabrizi: Cesare Montani, the bellboy

Andrea Checchi: Bruno Bellini, the driver

Andria Benetti: Scarlett, the maid

Virgilio Riento: The Controller

Carlo Micheluzzi: Angelo Pandolin

Jore Morino: The Vanished

Pina Gallini: Mistress of Rosella

Vincio Sofia: The hotel porter

Giulio Battiferri: Pietro

Enrico Luzi: Passenger

Giulio Cali: Passenger







The poor waitress Rosella is robbed a trolleybus ride of money just received by the owners of the house, who do not think it more reliable send it away. The girl is helped by the Roman conductor Caesar, who after having accompanied her to the police station to denounce the theft tries to find another place as a woman of service. Soon the man falls in love with him and Rosella counters him with the affection of a daughter; But when she knows Bruno, a trolleybus driver and a friend of the conductor, Caesar realizes that he is not destined to Rosella's love and that he has to combine a last meeting between the two young people before Bruno is called to the front.




The realization of the posters of the film, in Italy, was entrusted to the poster painter Luigi Martinati.

In the film the protagonist often use the term bus while in reality the protagonist of the film is the trolleybus, precisely the AR 110 Macchi in service to the hour to the network Filoviara Capitolina.