|Directed by||Anne Bancroft|
|Written by||Anne Bancroft|
|Produced by||Stuart Cornfeld|
|Edited by||Glenn Farr|
|Music by||Joe Renzetti|
|Distributed by||20th Century Fox|
|February 1, 1980|
Fatso is a 1980 American romantic comedy movie directed by Anne Bancroft (who also stars) and starring Candice Azzara, Ron Carey, Dom DeLuise, Ralph Manza, Michael Lombard. It was distributed by 20th Century Fox.
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Domenico Di Napoli is a 40-year-old Italian American-his parents emigrated from the South-unmarried and overweight. He lives with a brother in a duplex apartment occupied on the ground floor by his brother-in-law and his sister Antonietta, with whom he runs a stationery shop. Deeply affected by the death of his cousin Sal due to similar obesity problems, and urged by Antoinette, he goes to a dietician for treatment. Difficulties in complying with the weight-loss treatment are compounded by amorous inhibitions toward the Polish Lydia, owner of an antique store.
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