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Of all the beautiful movie stars of postwar Italy, none was more appreciated than the glorious and glamorous Gina Lollobrigida. Her marvelous eyes, her amazing figure, and her fine acting abilities made her an international star with the notoriety of an Italian volcano.

"Wife for a Night" is one of those saucy delights from director Mario Camerini that actually became the plot line for Billy Wilder's 1964 film, "Kiss Me, Stupid!" Armando Franciolo stars as an impoverished 18th-Century musican who schemes to attract the patronage of a wealthy count, played by Gino Cervi.

Expecting the count on a visit, our hero bundles his real wife, played by Gina Lollobrigida, out of town and hires a local courtesan to pose for her allowing the count to engage in some tongue-in-cheek maritial highjinks in return for financial support.

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