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Superfantozzi

Superfantozzi

Digitmovies (CDDM233)

Release Date: February 25, 2013

Format: CD

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1. Super maratona (titoli) 1:43
2. Fantozzo antico (eden) 3:02
3. Fantozzo antico (sequenza mela) 0:32
4. Fantozzo antico (scoperta del fuico e sotto dinosauro) 2:09
5. Fantozzo antico (nella merda di dinosauro) 1:48
6. Super maratona (dalle Termopili a Maratona) 1:44
7. Super tributi romani (agente dei tributi) 0:42
8. Fantozzo antico (arrivo di Gesu) 3:10
9. Fantozzo antico (sequenza Lazzaro) 2:09
10. Tema d'amore excalibur (ritorno dalla crociata)
11. Tema d'amore excalibur (spadia Excalibur)
12. Tema d'amore excalibur (incontro con la principessa)
13. Super torneo (fanfare) 0:28
14. Super torneo (Fantozzi esce dalla tenda) 1:02
15. Tema d'amore excalibur (moglie cambia spada)
16. Super torneo (scontro) 1:06
17. Super torneo (finale torneo) 1:10
18. Fantozzo antico (piazza della ghigliottina) 0:56
19. Fantozzo antico (passegiata porta Pia) 1:16
20. Regata super (gara di canottaggio) 1:20
21. Regata super (gara fino a mezzogiorno) 1:16
22. Regata super (tentato suicidio) 1:40
23. Super shimmy (cinema muto) 1:46
24. Super jazz club (davanti al club e arrivo polizia) 1:15
25. Super giappone (bombardiere giapponese) 3:14
26. Super torneo (pullman tifosi e monumento funebre) 3:17
27. Super spazio (famiglia del futuro) 6:12
28. Super shimmy (finale) 1:15
  Total Album Time: 44:12

From the Manufacturer

Digitmovies is glad to present, for the first absolute time on CD, complete and in full stereo, the OST by Fred Bongusto for the comedy Superfantozzi directed in 1986 by Neri Parenti and starring Paolo Villaggio, Lił Bosisio, Gigi Reder, Plinio Fernando, Luc Merenda, Eva Lena, Jimmy il fenomeno.

Of this OST no one note was released at that time; thanks to the stereo master tapes kept in good conditions in the Cinevox Records Archives, we were able to realize the dream of many fans of the accountant (after the fabulous double CD box produced by Beat Records under license Cinevox Records with the OST of the first two classic Fantozzi movies).

Fred Bongusto has composed a funny score made with synthesizers, dominated by a main theme in a dance vein that is used in the opening titles and later repeated in the sequence of the battle of Marathon too and a whole nice variety of motifs such as the mystical theme for the sword Excalibur, and cheerful and funny ones as for the sequence of the canoes race, charleston music for the scene in the nightclub at the time of Prohibition (also reused in the end credits), music with oriental flavor for the Japanese sequence and futuristic music for the Fantozzi family in space.

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