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* CountryMouse: Both Don Camillo and Peppone get bored in Rome. They jump at the first opportunity they have to go back to their home village, Brescello.

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* CountryMouse: Both Don Camillo and Peppone get bored in Rome. They jump at the first opportunity they have to go back to their beloved home village, Brescello.

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* FullyClothedNudity: After Gisella stole his clothes while he was swimming, Don Camillo does not dare to go out of the river, and yet he wears well-covering underwear.


Followed by ''Don Camillo in Moscow''.

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Followed by ''Don Camillo in Moscow''.''Film/DonCamilloInMoscow''.


* SignificantAnagram: Someone wins big at the lottery under the name "Pepito Sbazzeguti". Don Camillo quickly pieces together that it's "Giuseppe Bottazzi", i.e. Peppone.

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* SignificantAnagram: Someone wins big at the lottery under the strange name "Pepito Sbazzeguti". Don Camillo quickly pieces together that it's "Giuseppe Bottazzi", i.e. Peppone.Peppone, who doesn't want his fellow communists to know that he's rich now.


Don Camillo (Fernandel) and Peppone (Cervi) were both KickedUpstairs: Peppone is now a communist senator, while Don Camillo is a monsignor. They both live in UsefulNotes/{{Rome}}, but they do not see each other. In Brescello, there is a quarrel between the municipality and the parish about a small chapel. This gives the opportunity to Peppone and Don Camillo to come back to their home village.

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Don Camillo (Fernandel) and Peppone (Cervi) were both KickedUpstairs: Peppone is now a communist senator, while Don Camillo is a monsignor.monsignor in UsefulNotes/VaticanCity. They both live in UsefulNotes/{{Rome}}, but they do not see each other. In Brescello, there is a quarrel between the municipality and the parish about a small chapel. This gives the opportunity to Peppone and Don Camillo to come back to their home village.


Followed by a sequel, ''Don Camillo in Moscow''.

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Followed by a sequel, ''Don Camillo in Moscow''.


''Don Camillo: Monsignor'' (Italian: ''Don Camillo monsignore ma non troppo''; French: ''Don Camillo Monseigneur'') is a 1961 Italian-French comedy film directed by Carmine Gallone, starring Creator/{{Fernandel}} and Creator/GinoCervi. It is the fourth film of the Literature/DonCamillo franchise. Creator/ReneBarjavel wrote the French dialogues.

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''Don Camillo: Monsignor'' (Italian: ''Don Camillo monsignore ma non troppo''; French: ''Don Camillo Monseigneur'') Monseigneur!'') is a 1961 Italian-French comedy film directed by Carmine Gallone, starring Creator/{{Fernandel}} and Creator/GinoCervi. It is the fourth film of the Literature/DonCamillo franchise. Creator/ReneBarjavel wrote the French dialogues.


Followed by a sequel, ''Film/DonCamilloInMoscow''.

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Followed by a sequel, ''Film/DonCamilloInMoscow''.''Don Camillo in Moscow''.


Don Camillo (Fernandel) and Peppone (Cervi) were both KickedUpstairs: Peppone is now a communist senator, while Don Camillo is a monsignor. They both live in Rome, but they do not see each other. In Brescello, there is a quarrel between the municipality and the parish about a small chapel. This gives the opportunity to Peppone and Don Camillo to come back to their home village.

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Don Camillo (Fernandel) and Peppone (Cervi) were both KickedUpstairs: Peppone is now a communist senator, while Don Camillo is a monsignor. They both live in Rome, UsefulNotes/{{Rome}}, but they do not see each other. In Brescello, there is a quarrel between the municipality and the parish about a small chapel. This gives the opportunity to Peppone and Don Camillo to come back to their home village.

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* SignificantAnagram: Someone wins big at the lottery under the name "Pepito Sbazzeguti". Don Camillo quickly pieces together that it's "Giuseppe Bottazzi", i.e. Peppone.


* ContrivedCoincidence: Don Camillo and Peppone go to Brescello by the same train. They are even in the same compartment.

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* ContrivedCoincidence: Don Camillo and Peppone go to Brescello by on the same train. They are even in the same compartment.

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* DueToTheDead: Don Camillo initially refuses to ring the bell for a communist activist who died during a protest, because he has no religious burial. Finally, he still rings the bell when the funeral procession crosses the main square of Brescello.


* HumiliationConga: Gisella, a communist activist who had stolen the clothes of Don Camillo, is humiliated by Don Camillo and Marasca, her husband. Don Camillo catches her and ties her up. Marasca then puts red paint on her clothes. After the villagers find her, she becomes the laughing stock of Brescello, so that she does not dare to go out any more.



* StayInTheKitchen: Marasca, the husband of Gisella, is desperate because she is a communist activist and she does not look after the house any more. With the help of Don Camillo, Marasca humiliates Gisella, so that she is forced to stay home because people laugh at her.

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* StayInTheKitchen: Marasca, the husband of Gisella, is desperate because she is a communist activist and she does not look after the house any more. With the help of Don Camillo, Marasca humiliates Gisella, so that she is forced to stay home because people laugh at her.she has become the laughing stock of the village.


* AsYouKnow: A young priest enters Don Camillo's office in Rome. He tells that he is in charge of the affairs of the country, as Don Camillo knows.



* ContrivedCoincidence: Don Camillo and Peppone go to Brescello by the same train. They are even in the same compartment.



* StayInTheKitchen: The husband of Gisella is desperate because she is a communist activist and she does not look after the house any more. With the help of Don Camillo, he humiliates Gisella, so that she is forced to stay home because people laugh at her.

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* StayInTheKitchen: The Marasca, the husband of Gisella Gisella, is desperate because she is a communist activist and she does not look after the house any more. With the help of Don Camillo, he Marasca humiliates Gisella, so that she is forced to stay home because people laugh at her.


* VehicularSabotage: Don Camillo asks Peppone to sabotage the car that must bring him back to Rome. At first Don Camillo thinks that he did it, but he realizes soon that Peppone did not.

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* VehicularSabotage: {{Subverted|Trope}}. Don Camillo asks Peppone to sabotage the car that must bring him back to Rome. At first Don Camillo thinks that he did it, but he realizes soon that Peppone did not.

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