Synopsis by Hal Erickson
Though it seems impossible that anyone but another lobster could be offended by the Italian-American domestic comedy Lobster for Breakfast, viewers should be warned that the film is rife with bathroom humor. But, hey, it's justified: the hero, played by Enrico Montesano is a travelling toilet salesman. Aspiring for a better life, Montesano is sidetracked by romantic and financial travails. One of his amours is played by French actress Claudine Auger, just as gorgeous as she was way back in the 1965 James Bond escapade Thunderball.
career, race-against-time, salesperson