Romania / 1966 / 80’ / b/w / SF, Parody / AG / Digitalized version by The National Film Archive
Directed by: Ion Popescu-Gopo
Screenplay: Ion Popescu-Gopo
With: Emil Botta, Iurie Darie, Jorj Voicu, Stela Popescu, Ewa Krzyzewska, Ion Iancovescu, Constantin Lungeanu, Puiu Călinescu, Nicolae Secăreanu, Mircea Crişan, Valeria Rădulescu
Produced by: Bucharest Cinema Studios
A famous professor accepts Mephisto's proposal and undergoes a strange operation: his personality is transferred to a young body. And it is the devil's trick that the chosen young body is Toma's, the professor's assistant and the fiancé of his daughter's Emma. After this miraculous change, Toma - a mature man now - finds comfort and pleasure in the arms of beautiful Margareta and stops Mephisto from ever doing such tricky works. Transferring his own personality into Margareta's, the devil will be amazed to find that he's expecting a baby.
The film premiered in Romania December 12th, 1966. It’s screenplay was titled “Nothing new, Dr. Faust!”