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List of Adriano Celentano Movies: Ranked Best To Worst

1. High Rollers (1976)
28
10
High Rollers
PG
28
10
Role:
Felice 'Félix' Brianza
Starring:
Capucine, Anthony Quinn, Sal Borgese, Ugo Bologna
Directed By:
Sergio Corbucci
2. Madly in Love (1981)
24
11
Madly in Love
24
11
Role:
Barnaba Cecchini
Starring:
Adolfo Celi, Ornella Muti, Enzo Garinei, Milla Sannoner
Directed By:
Franco Castellano, Giuseppe Moccia
3. Ragazzi del Juke-Box (1959)
7
4
Ragazzi del Juke-Box
7
4

Ragazzi del Juke-Box is a musical comedy film which tells the story of a young woman named Giulia, who takes over her father’s record company, after he is arrested. However, although her father promoted classical music, she begins to promote her own rock and roll music instead.

Starring:
Mario Carotenuto, Yvette Masson, Giacomo Furia, Elke Sommer,
Directed By:
Lucio Fulci
4. Velvet Hands (1979)
11
6
Velvet Hands
11
6
Role:
Guido Quiller
Starring:
John Sharp, Eleonora Giorgi, Olga Karlatos, Gino Santercole
Directed By:
Franco Castellano, Giuseppe Moccia
5. Il monaco di Monza (1963)
8
4
Il monaco di Monza
8
4
Starring:
Erminio Macario, Totò, Nino Taranto, Lisa Gastoni,
Directed By:
Sergio Corbucci
6. Ace (1981)
15
9
Ace
15
9
Role:
Asso
Starring:
Renato Salvatori, Sylva Koscina, Edwige Fenech, Pippo Santonastaso
Directed By:
Franco Castellano, Giuseppe Moccia
7. Serafino (1968)
9
5
Serafino
GP
9
5
Role:
Serafino Fiorin
Starring:
Saro Urzì, Ottavia Piccolo, Francesca Romana Coluzzi, Benjamin Lev
Directed By:
Pietro Germi
8. Howlers of the Dock (1960)
6
4
Howlers of the Dock
6
4

Howlers of the Dock is a musical comedy film which revolves around a group of friends- The teddy boys and the rock and roll chicks. Due to their crazy and fun-loving habits, their neighbors are constantly complaining. A jeans company feels that the group's reputation is affecting the sales of their products. Meanwhile, a group of corrupt officials also unite to bring the group down.

Role:
Adriano il molleggiato
Starring:
Elke Sommer, Mina, Joe Sentieri, Chet Baker
Directed By:
Lucio Fulci
9. Yuppi du (1975)
7
5
Yuppi du
7
5

Felice is a man of modest living who is quite indifferent to money, as well as the turbulences of life. Unable to live in poverty with him, his wife commits suicide. In order to raise his daughter Monica, Felice decides to get married again, this time to a woman named Adelaide.  

Role:
Felice Della Pietà
Starring:
Claudia Mori, Charlotte Rampling, Gino Santercole, Rosita Celentano
Directed By:
Adriano Celentano, Miky Del Prete
10. Er più: storia d'amore e di coltello (1971)
8
5
Er più: storia d'amore e di coltello
8
5
Role:
Nino Petroni
Starring:
Claudia Mori, Romolo Valli, Vittorio Caprioli, Gianni Macchia
Directed By:
Sergio Corbucci
11. Give Me Five (1980)
7
5
Give Me Five
7
5
Role:
don Fulgenzio
Starring:
Mario Carotenuto, Philippe Leroy, Enrico Montesano, Adriana Russo
Directed By:
Pasquale Festa Campanile
12. Super rapina a Milano (1964)
6
4
Super rapina a Milano
6
4

Sergio is an ambitious young criminal who manages to pull off the perfect heist along with his gang of thieves. They soon take refuge in an abandoned monastery in the middle of nowhere. However, things get complicated when a woman enters their lives.

Role:
Sergio
Starring:
Claudia Mori, Don Backy, Gino Santercole, Detto Mariano
Directed By:
Adriano Celentano, Piero Vivarelli
13. Bingo Bongo (1982)
14
9
Bingo Bongo
14
9
Role:
Bingo Bongo
Starring:
Carole Bouquet, Walter D'Amore, Felice Andreasi, Enzo Robutti
Directed By:
Pasquale Festa Campanile
14. Segni particolari: bellissimo (1983)
9
6
Segni particolari: bellissimo
9
6
Role:
Mattia
Starring:
Anna Kanakis, Gianni Bonagura, Federica Moro, Simona Mariani
Directed By:
Franco Castellano, Giuseppe Moccia
15. Le cinque giornate (1973)
7
5
Le cinque giornate
7
5

During the chaos of the final days of the Italian Revolution, a thief and a baker travel through the streets of Milan. 

Role:
Cainazzo
Starring:
Dario Argento, Marilù Tolo, Enzo Cerusico, Luisa De Santis
Directed By:
16. Uno strano tipo (1963)
6
4
Uno strano tipo
6
4
Role:
Peppino / Himself
Starring:
Carlo Campanini, Luigi Pavese, Claudia Mori, Donatella Turri
Directed By:
Lucio Fulci
17. Grand Hotel Excelsior (1982)
10
7
Grand Hotel Excelsior
10
7
Role:
Hotel manager Taddeus
Starring:
Eleonora Giorgi, Diego Abatantuono, Carlo Verdone, Enrico Montesano
Directed By:
Franco Castellano, Giuseppe Moccia
18. Rugantino (1973)
6
5
Rugantino
6
5
Role:
Rugantino
Starring:
Riccardo Garrone, Claudia Mori, Maria Grazia Spina, Toni Ucci
Directed By:
Pasquale Festa Campanile
19. Lunatics and Lovers (1976)
6
4
Lunatics and Lovers
6
4

After discovering that he is having an affair with an imaginary woman, the family of a wealthy nobleman tries to claim all his property, on the grounds that he is insane.

Starring:
Marcello Mastroianni, Claudia Mori, Flora Carabella, Anna Miserocchi
Directed By:
Flavio Mogherini
20. Geppo il folle (1978)
5
4
Geppo il folle
5
4

In this Italian musical comedy, writer-director-star Adriano Celentano plays Geppo, a very popular Italian singer from Milan who wishes to make a name in America. He considers only Barbara Streisand as an artist par his caliber, so wants to sing with her. However, for that he first needs to attend English language school, wherein he falls for the school’s pretty director Gilda.

Role:
Geppo
Starring:
Claudia Mori, Pietro Brambilla, Lory Del Santo, Fanny Noël
Directed By:
Adriano Celentano
21. Don't Knock the Rock (1956)
6
5
Don't Knock the Rock
TV-G
6
5

Arnie Haines is a rock n’ roll star, who is tired of touring. Therefore, he and his band decides to go on a holiday back to their howndown. The local youth welcomes them with a lot of enthusiasm. However, the Mayor forbids them to play in the town, because he thinks that their music will turn the children into delinquents. Therefore, they try to plan a show to change the opinion of the older generation.

Starring:
Little Richard, Alan Dale, Bill Haley and the Comets, Alan Freed
Directed By:
Fred F. Sears
22. Ecco noi per esempio... (1977)
7
5
Ecco noi per esempio...
7
5

This comedy film tells the story of a poet named Palmambrogio Guanziroli, who loses his wallet shortly after his arrival in Milan. Although he manages to locate the culprit, who is a photographer nicknamed ‘Click’, the latter doesn’t want to give the money back. Therefore, Guanziroli takes up residence with him, and says that he will not leave until his money is returned or his poetry is published.

Role:
Antonmatteo Colombo detto Click
Starring:
Capucine, Antonio Casagrande, Barbara Bach, Renato Pozzetto
Directed By:
Sergio Corbucci
23. Little Funny Guy (1973)
6
5
Little Funny Guy
6
5

Saturnino Cavallo leaves his family and everything behind to emigrate to America, hoping to find fortune, but doesn’t ever return. During the 1920s, his son, unable to forget the memories of his father, decides to set off to America, looking for him.

Role:
Peppino Cavallo
Starring:
Claudia Mori, José Calvo, Sybil Danning, Herbert Fux
Directed By:
Pasquale Festa Campanile
24. Juke box - Urli d'amore (1959)
5
4
Juke box - Urli d'amore
5
4
Starring:
Terence Hill, Mario Carotenuto, Marisa Merlini, Raffaele Pisu, Karin Baal
Directed By:
Mauro Morassi
25. Di che segno sei? (1975)
6
5
Di che segno sei?
6
5
Role:
Alfredo 'Fred Astaire'
Starring:
Alberto Sordi, Giovanna Ralli, Paolo Villaggio, Mariangela Melato
Directed By:
Sergio Corbucci
26. L'altra metà del cielo (1977)
5
4
L'altra metà del cielo
5
4
Role:
Padre Vincenzo Ferrari
Starring:
Mario Carotenuto, Venantino Venantini, Monica Vitti, Glauco Onorato
Directed By:
Franco Rossi
27. Sing Sing (1983)
6
6
Sing Sing
6
6

Sing Sing is a comedy film which tells the story of a guy named Eduardo who discovers that he was adopted. He manages to meet his real father on his death bed, who tells him that Eduardo’s mother was the ‘Queen of England’. Things get hilarious, because it was actually the nickname of an Italian prostitute, but Eduardo is convinced that he is the son of the Queen of the United Kingdom.

Role:
Himself / Tenente Alfredo Boghi (second story)
Starring:
Vanessa Redgrave, Franco Giacobini, Angela Goodwin, Enrico Montesano
Directed By:
Sergio Corbucci
28. Bianco, rosso e... (1972)
6
5
Bianco, rosso e...
R
6
5

A communist worker who is currently a patient at a hospital, starts to develop feelings for the head nurse, who also begins to fall for him.

Role:
Annibale Pezzi
Starring:
Sophia Loren, Fernando Rey, Juan Luis Galiardo, Luis Marín
Directed By:
Alberto Lattuada
29. Saturday, Sunday and Friday (1979)
6
5
Saturday, Sunday and Friday
6
5

This comedy film tells us three different stories. The first one is about an accountant who gets married to a beautiful Japanese woman and follows her to Tokyo; the second one is about a young man who gets married to a Sicilian girl, in order to save her from the wrath of her father. The third one is about a theatrical financer, who marries a dancer, so that she can leave the ballet.

Starring:
Edwige Fenech, Lino Banfi, Daniele Vargas, Milena Vukotic
Directed By:
Pasquale Festa Campanile, Franco Castellano, Sergio Martino
30. La locandiera (1980)
5
4
La locandiera
5
4
Role:
cavaliere di Ripafretta
Starring:
Claudia Mori, Paolo Villaggio, Marco Messeri, Gianni Cavina
Directed By:
Paolo Cavara
31. Loggerheads (1978)
5
5
Loggerheads
5
5
Role:
Herman / Gustav
Starring:
Amanda Lear, Claudio Bigagli, François Bastien, Giuseppe Diamanti
Directed By:
Franco Castellano, Giuseppe Moccia
32. Hey, Let's Twist! (1961)
4
4
Hey, Let's Twist!
4
4

The owner of the Peppermint Lounge nightclub decides to turn it over to his sons. However, they redesign the club, and turn into into a place for teens who want to try out a new dance craze.

Starring:
Teddy Randazzo, Joey Dee, The Starliters, Jo Ann Campbell
Directed By:
Greg Garrison
33. The Taming of the Scoundrel (1980)
3
0
The Taming of the Scoundrel
3
0

A grouchy farmer with a rough character is known for being good to his employees, although he actively drives everyone else away. His life takes a turn after a rich and snobbish girl from the city ends up on his farm, after her car breaks down due to the rain.

Role:
Elia Codogno
Starring:
Ornella Muti, Edith Peters, Pippo Santonastaso, Milly Carlucci
Directed By:
Franco Castellano, Giuseppe Moccia
34. Il burbero (1986)
11
7
Il burbero
11
7
Role:
Tito Torrisi
Starring:
Jean Sorel, Debra Feuer, Mattia Sbragia, Angela Finocchiaro
Directed By:
Franco Castellano, Giuseppe Moccia
35. He's Worse Than Me (1985)
9
6
He's Worse Than Me
9
6
Role:
Leonardo
Starring:
Renato Pozzetto, Kelly Van der Velden, Sergio Renda, Daniel Stephen
Directed By:
Enrico Oldoini
36. Joan Lui - Ma un giorno nel paese arrivo io di lunedì (1985)
5
5
Joan Lui - Ma un giorno nel paese arrivo io di lunedì
5
5
Role:
Joan Lui
Starring:
Claudia Mori, Marthe Keller, Federica Moro, Sherri Anderson
Directed By:
Adriano Celentano
37. Jackpot (1992)
3
4
Jackpot
3
4
Role:
Furio
Starring:
Christopher Lee, Carroll Baker, Kate Vernon, Salvatore Cascio
Directed By:
Mario Orfini

TV Shows

Rockpolitik
14
3
Rockpolitik
14
3
Role:
Himself - Host (2005-) (unknown episodes)
Starring:
Roberto Benigni, Danny Wooten, Luisa Ranieri
Directed By:
Adriano Celentano
Fantastico 8
7
5
Fantastico 8
7
5
Role:
Himself - Host (14 episodes, 1987-1988)
Starring:
Marisa Laurito, Massimo Boldi, Maurizio Micheli, Heather Parisi

Director

Yuppi du (1975)
12
8
Yuppi du
12
8

Felice is a man of modest living who is quite indifferent to money, as well as the turbulences of life. Unable to live in poverty with him, his wife commits suicide. In order to raise his daughter Monica, Felice decides to get married again, this time to a woman named Adelaide.  

Starring:
Claudia Mori, Charlotte Rampling, Gino Santercole, Rosita Celentano
Directed By:
Adriano Celentano, Miky Del Prete
Super rapina a Milano (1964)
8
5
Super rapina a Milano
8
5

Sergio is an ambitious young criminal who manages to pull off the perfect heist along with his gang of thieves. They soon take refuge in an abandoned monastery in the middle of nowhere. However, things get complicated when a woman enters their lives.

Starring:
Claudia Mori, Don Backy, Gino Santercole, Detto Mariano
Directed By:
Adriano Celentano, Piero Vivarelli
Geppo il folle (1978)
6
5
Geppo il folle
6
5

In this Italian musical comedy, writer-director-star Adriano Celentano plays Geppo, a very popular Italian singer from Milan who wishes to make a name in America. He considers only Barbara Streisand as an artist par his caliber, so wants to sing with her. However, for that he first needs to attend English language school, wherein he falls for the school’s pretty director Gilda.

Starring:
Claudia Mori, Pietro Brambilla, Lory Del Santo, Fanny Noël
Directed By:
Adriano Celentano
Joan Lui - Ma un giorno nel paese arrivo io di lunedì (1985)
8
9
Joan Lui - Ma un giorno nel paese arrivo io di lunedì
8
9
Starring:
Claudia Mori, Marthe Keller, Federica Moro, Sherri Anderson
Directed By:
Adriano Celentano

Special Appearance/Cameo

Don't Knock the Rock (1956)
11
8
Don't Knock the Rock
TV-G
11
8

Arnie Haines is a rock n’ roll star, who is tired of touring. Therefore, he and his band decides to go on a holiday back to their howndown. The local youth welcomes them with a lot of enthusiasm. However, the Mayor forbids them to play in the town, because he thinks that their music will turn the children into delinquents. Therefore, they try to plan a show to change the opinion of the older generation.

Role:
Self (uncredited)
Starring:
Little Richard, Alan Dale, Bill Haley and the Comets, Alan Freed
Directed By:
Fred F. Sears
Hey, Let's Twist! (1961)
5
6
Hey, Let's Twist!
5
6

The owner of the Peppermint Lounge nightclub decides to turn it over to his sons. However, they redesign the club, and turn into into a place for teens who want to try out a new dance craze.

Role:
Cantante (uncredited)
Starring:
Teddy Randazzo, Joey Dee, The Starliters, Jo Ann Campbell
Directed By:
Greg Garrison