History Literature / DonCamillo

29th Jan '17 5:35:40 AM Belphegor
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* OddNameOut: Everyone in Peppone's gang (including Peppone) is pretty much OnlyKnownByTheirNickname: Brusco, Smilzo, Bigio... except Stràziami.
26th Dec '16 2:21:29 PM rafi
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* {{Foil}}: Jesus to Don Camillo.



* MoralityPet: Peppone's second-youngest son is often what keeps Don Camillo from going too far with his vendettas against him, and in more than one occasion his innocent pleas convince the priest to help his father when he really needs it.

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Peppone's second-youngest son is often what keeps Don Camillo from going too far with his vendettas against him, and in more than one occasion his innocent pleas convince the priest to help his father when he really needs it.it.
** Jesus to Don Camillo.
26th Dec '16 2:19:51 PM rafi
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* BeyondTheImpossible: When Don Camillo is [[ReassignedToAntarctica reassigned to a small village in the mountains]] in the second movie, his former flock miss their GoodShepherd so much they ''refuse to die'' until he's returned to personally administer last rites.



* {{Confessional}}: The very first Don Camillo story is called "The Confession". Things continue from there.

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* {{Confessional}}: The very first Don Camillo story is called "The Confession". Things continue from there.Peppone confesses to Don Camillo that he hit him over the head with a club. It would neither be the last story featuring a confession, nor the last time someone used that gambit on Don Camillo, despite the way it turned out in this one.


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* DrinkingContest: In ''Don Camillo in Moscow'' mayor Peppone engages in one of those with a Soviet official to stall for time so Camillo can get back to the hotel before the Russians discover that he is missing. When Camillo finally gets back he is shocked to find out that Peppone actually won the contest against a Russian.
26th Dec '16 1:51:53 PM nombretomado
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In 1980, Creator/TheBBC made a TV series with Mario Adorf as Don Camillo and {{BRIAN BLESSED}} as Peppone.

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In 1980, Creator/TheBBC made a TV series with Mario Adorf as Don Camillo and {{BRIAN BLESSED}} Creator/BrianBlessed as Peppone.
20th Dec '16 11:36:42 PM BoukenDutch
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* KickedUpstairs: in the fourth movie, Don Camillo and Peppone have been promoted to Bishop and Senator respectively and both moved to Rome. It is mentioned however this was done purely to get them out of the village since they kept causing trouble.

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* KickedUpstairs: in the fourth movie, Don Camillo and Peppone have been promoted to Bishop and Senator respectively and both moved to Rome. It is mentioned however this was done purely to get them out of the village since they kept causing trouble. trouble there. This was [[SnapBack undone]] for the fifth movie, where they are both back in the village in their old positions as priest and mayor.
8th Sep '16 6:16:12 AM Saveelich
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The ''Don Camillo'' stories were written by Giovannino Guareschi starting in 1945 for his satirical magazine ''Candido'', and soon afterward compiled into books. In the Italian original the series is entitled ''Mondo piccolo'', referring to the "little world" of the villages and small towns in the Po valley near Parma. Most of the stories puplished in periodicals, and all of those that were anthologized into books, center on the hotheaded priest Don Camillo (who often talks to {{Jesus}}... and Jesus talks back) and his eternal rivalry with Giuseppe "Peppone" Bottazzi, the communist mayor of his little town[[note]] The town is not named in the stories, while in the films it is called Brescello after the one where the exterior shots were made.[[/note]]. Both are authority figures for the town, both fought in the war together, and both like using their fists to decide their arguments. Most of the stories tell about the life in a small town, where everybody knows everybody, but many people do not like each other, which is pretty accurate as small towns go...

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The ''Don Camillo'' stories were written by Giovannino Guareschi starting in 1945 for his satirical magazine ''Candido'', and soon afterward compiled into books. In the Italian original the series is entitled ''Mondo piccolo'', referring to the "little world" of the villages and small towns in the Po valley near Parma. Most of the stories puplished in periodicals, and all of those that were anthologized into books, center on the hotheaded priest Don Camillo (who often talks to {{Jesus}}... and Jesus talks back) back to him) and his eternal rivalry with Giuseppe "Peppone" Bottazzi, the communist mayor of his little town[[note]] The town is not named in the stories, while in the films it is called Brescello after the one where the exterior shots were made.[[/note]]. Both are authority figures for the town, both fought in the war together, and both like using their fists to decide their arguments. Most of the stories tell about the life in a small town, where everybody knows everybody, but many people do not like each other, which is pretty accurate as small towns go...



* TankGoodness: In the third movie, in a scene adapted from one of the stories. Don Camillo and Peppone find out that a peasant is hiding an American M24 Chaffee tank from World War II in his barn (and wants to get rid of it). While manoeuvring it, Peppone comments on how good its mechanics were, just before [[spoiler:[[OhCrap accidentally firing the tank's gun]], destroying his peace dove statue in the process]].

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* TankGoodness: In the third movie, in a scene adapted from one of the stories. stories, Don Camillo and Peppone find out that a peasant is hiding an American M24 Chaffee tank from World War II in his barn (and wants to get rid of it). While manoeuvring it, Peppone comments on how good its mechanics were, just before [[spoiler:[[OhCrap accidentally firing the tank's gun]], destroying his peace dove statue in the process]].
8th Sep '16 6:06:53 AM Saveelich
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Series of extremely successful and much beloved books, movies, TV shows and audio dramas about a Catholic priest and a Communist mayor in a small town in post-UsefulNotes/WorldWarII UsefulNotes/{{Italy}}.

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Series of extremely successful and much beloved books, movies, TV shows and audio dramas about a Catholic priest and a Communist mayor in a small town in post-UsefulNotes/WorldWarII UsefulNotes/{{Italy}}.
8th Sep '16 6:02:49 AM Saveelich
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Series of extremely successful (at least in the 1950s) and much beloved books, movies, TV shows and audio dramas about a Catholic priest and a Communist mayor in a small town in post-UsefulNotes/WorldWarII UsefulNotes/{{Italy}}.

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Series of extremely successful (at least in the 1950s) and much beloved books, movies, TV shows and audio dramas about a Catholic priest and a Communist mayor in a small town in post-UsefulNotes/WorldWarII UsefulNotes/{{Italy}}.
8th Sep '16 6:01:12 AM Saveelich
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* NotEvenBotheringWithTheAccent: Played with. Fernandel was voiced over by Carlo Romano in the Italian version for the most part, but in the French version everybody talks with South Eastern (Marseilles and Provence) accents throughout the whole series, even though the story is set in Northern Italy.

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* NotEvenBotheringWithTheAccent: Played with. Fernandel was voiced over by Carlo Romano in the Italian version for the most part, but in the French version everybody talks with South Eastern (Marseilles France (Marseille and Provence) accents throughout the whole series, even though the story is set in Northern Italy.
5th Mar '16 7:57:30 AM DoctorCooper
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Also, there is a Colombian series, which changes the setting to Colombia in the fifties.
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