Chi trova un amico trova un tesoro (film di Sergio Corbucci del 1981)

CHI TROVA UN AMICO TROVA UN TESORO è un film del 1981, regia di Sergio Corbucci, protagonisti Bud Spencer e Terence Hill.

Alan è uno scommettitore di cavalli che deve molto denaro agli strozzini dai quali è braccato così, vistosi spalle al muro, si rifugia nella barca di Charlie in procinto di salpare per una crociera sponsorizzata dall’azienda che reclamizza la marmellata Puffin. Charlie sgama Alan e i due hanno una colluttazione finendo in mare raggiungendo un’isola, dove fanno la conoscenza di una tribù il cui capo ne diventa amico dopo un’iniziale diffidenza. Alan gli dice di essere a conoscenza di un tesoro nascosto che l’uomo gli mostra posto in un fortino al cospetto di Charlie, ma una sera in privato gli rivela essere falso, inconsapevole che l’altro è nascosto ad origliare e infuriato. Successivamente saccheggia il luogo e la mattina seguente parte con un velivolo lasciando l’isola. Lo scaltro Alan tuttavia si nasconde a bordo, e rimasti senza carburante, sono costretti a tornare indietro per questo e un altro motivo: la tribù è stata assalita da una banda di pirati che li tengono ostaggi. Sgominati i malfattori, la marina americana sbarca sull’isola arrestandoli recuperando il tesoro che, colpo di scena, non è falso ma ritenuto tale per ragioni di sicurezza.

L’isola di Key Biscayne, località principale del film, per decisione condivisa con gli abitanti del posto non venne più utilizzata per il cinema. Il personaggio del capo tribù Kamasuka è ispirato a un ufficiale giapponese, Hiroo Onda. La marmellata Puffin, grazie al film, è stata prodotta realmente in Germania conservando il logo e il motto del film. La pellicola di Corbucci è l’ennesima divertente prestazione di una delle coppie più affiatate della storia del cinema, tra buoni sentimenti e un coinvolgimento non troppo marcato di contesto storico.

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