Macario (Erminio Macario)

Comedies starring 1940s and 1950s Italian revue and comedy star Erminio Macario.
Macario (Erminio Macario, the third from the right) in Mario Mattoli's "Adamo ed Eva" (English title: "Adam and Eve", 1949), also starring Isa Barzizza.

Macario (Erminio Macario, the third from the right) in Mario Mattoli's "Adamo ed Eva" (English title: "Adam and Eve", 1949), also starring Isa Barzizza.

Macario (Erminio Macario, the first from the left) in Mario Mattoli's "Adamo ed Eva" (English title: "Adam and Eve", 1949), also starring Isa Barzizza.

Macario (Erminio Macario, the first from the left) in Mario Mattoli's "Adamo ed Eva" (English title: "Adam and Eve", 1949), also starring Isa Barzizza.

Macario (Erminio Macario, the first from the left) in Mario Mattoli's "Adamo ed Eva" (English title: "Adam and Eve", 1949), also starring Isa Barzizza.

Macario (Erminio Macario, the first from the left) in Mario Mattoli's "Adamo ed Eva" (English title: "Adam and Eve", 1949), also starring Isa Barzizza.

Macario (Erminio Macario) in Mario Mattoli's "Adamo ed Eva" (English title: "Adam and Eve", 1949), also starring Isa Barzizza.

Macario (Erminio Macario) in Mario Mattoli's "Adamo ed Eva" (English title: "Adam and Eve", 1949), also starring Isa Barzizza.

Chorus girls of the Macario (Erminio Macario)'s theatrical revue company on the roof of Teatro Lirico in Milan (July 1946).

Chorus girls of the Macario (Erminio Macario)'s theatrical revue company on the roof of Teatro Lirico in Milan (July 1946).

Chorus girls of the Macario (Erminio Macario)'s  theatrical revue company on the roof of Teatro Lirico in Milan (July 1946).

Chorus girls of the Macario (Erminio Macario)'s theatrical revue company on the roof of Teatro Lirico in Milan (July 1946).

Macario (Erminio Macario) and the chorus girls of his theatrical revue company on the roof of Teatro Lirico in Milan (July 1946).

Macario (Erminio Macario) and the chorus girls of his theatrical revue company on the roof of Teatro Lirico in Milan (July 1946).

Macario (Erminio Macario) and the chorus girls of his theatrical revue company on the roof of Teatro Lirico in Milan (July 1946).

Macario (Erminio Macario) and the chorus girls of his theatrical revue company on the roof of Teatro Lirico in Milan (July 1946).

Macario (Erminio Macario) and the chorus girls of his theatrical revue company on the roof of Teatro Lirico in Milan (July 1946).

Macario (Erminio Macario) and the chorus girls of his theatrical revue company on the roof of Teatro Lirico in Milan (July 1946).

Macario (Erminio Macario) and Vera Carmi in Carlo Borghesio's "Come persi la guerra" (English title: "How I Lost the War", 1948).

Macario (Erminio Macario) and Vera Carmi in Carlo Borghesio's "Come persi la guerra" (English title: "How I Lost the War", 1948).

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