Nerio Bernardi as Asterion. Giovanni Pazzafini as Archepolos. Geneviève Grad.
La Donna dei FaraoniPharaoh's Woman, TheThe Pharaoh's Woman
. * Linda Cristal as Akis * Pierre Brice as Amosis the Physician * John Drew Barrymore as Sabaku, Prince of Bubastis * Armando Francioli as Ramses, Prince of Thebes * Lilli Lembo as Mareth * Nerio Bernardi * Guido Celano * Enzo Fiermonte * List of historical drama films *
The AvengerLa leggenda di EneaWar of the Trojans
Nerio Bernardi as Drance. Adriano Vitale as Dancer. Walter Zappolini as Dancer. Robert Bettoni as Pallante. List of historical drama films. List of films based on military books (pre-1775). List of French films of 1962. List of Italian films of 1962.
La vendetta dei gladiatori
Nerio Bernardi as Tidone. Andreina Paul as Calpurnia. Mirko Ellis as Wilfried. Giulio Tomei as Priest. Dante Maggio as Drinker at the Tavern. Giovanni Cianfriglia as Fulvius. Amedeo Trilli as Master the Fortress. Bruno Scipioni.
The Tigers of Mompracem
Nerio Bernardi as Grande Brahmano. Enzo Fiermonte as Sergeant. Miguel del Castillo as Monsieur Gaston.
Nerio Bernardi. Véra Valmont.
Bologna is the capital and largest city of the Emilia-Romagna region in Northern Italy. It is the seventh most populous city in Italy, at the heart of a metropolitan area of about one million people.
historicalperiod dramahistorical film
A historical period drama (also historical drama, period drama, costume drama, and period piece) is a work set in a past time period, usually used in the context of film and television. Historical period drama includes historical fiction and romances, adventure films, and swashbucklers. A period piece may be set in a vague or general era such as the Middle Ages or a specific period such as the Roaring Twenties. A religious work can qualify as period drama but not as historical one.
. • Angelo Musco as Padre Attanasio • María Denis as Anna • Sarah Ferrati as Maddelena • Amelia Chellini as Donna Maria Di Stefano • Pina Renzi as La domestica • Matilde Casagrande as Nina • Nerio Bernardi as Il cavaliere Amendoli • Eugenio Colombo as Battista • Adolfo Geri as Paolino • Vasco Creti as Don Matteo • Enzo Colombo as Simeone • Pino Locchi as Il bambino • Dina Romano as Una donna del paese • Amedeo Vecci * Aprà, Adriano. The Fabulous Thirties: Italian cinema 1929-1944. Electa International, 1979. *
Celebrations for the two hundred years of the birth of Antonio Meucci Official site of the Italian National Committee for the celebrations of the two hundred years of the birth of Antonio Meucci – April 2008 – April 2009 (in Italian and in English). Antonio Meucci – L`invenzione del telefono in La storia siamo noi Italian TV program on Italy's national public broadcasting company RAI. Antonio Meucci Centre at COPRAS (Italian-Canadian heritage website). Dr. Basilio Catania Website (website of a telecommunications researcher and historian with an extensive collection of Meucci documentation, including The Proofs Of Meucci's Priority).
Cinecittà StudiosCinecittaCinecitta Studios
Cinecittà Studios (Italian for Cinema City Studios), is a large film studio in Rome, Italy. With an area of 400,000 square metres (99 acres), it is the largest film studio in Europe, and is considered the hub of Italian cinema. The studios were constructed during the Fascist era as part of a plan to revive the Italian film industry.
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Antonio Meucci sent a telephone model and technical details to the Western Union telegraph company but failed to win a meeting with executives. When he asked for his materials to be returned, in 1874, he was told they had been lost. Two years later Bell, who shared a laboratory with Meucci, filed a patent for a telephone, became a celebrity and made a lucrative deal with Western Union. Meucci sued and was nearing victory—the supreme court agreed to hear the case and fraud charges were initiated against Bell—when the Florentine died in 1889. The legal action died with him.
Elisha Gray (August 2, 1835 – January 21, 1901) was an American electrical engineer who co-founded the Western Electric Manufacturing Company. Gray is best known for his development of a telephone prototype in 1876 in Highland Park, Illinois. Some recent authors have argued that Gray should be considered the true inventor of the telephone because Alexander Graham Bell allegedly stole the idea of the liquid transmitter from him, although Gray had been using [[Elisha Gray and Alexander Bell telephone controversy#Use of liquid transmitters for telephone experiments.2C 1873-1876|liquid transmitters in his telephone experiments for more than two years previously]].
Olinto Cristina (5 February 1888 – 17 June 1962) was an Italian actor and voice actor.
The Mistress of TrevesLa Leggenda di Genoveffa
Nerio Bernardi. Arrigo Peri. Domenico Viglione Borghese. Piera Vidale. Piero Carnabuci. Emilio Baldanello. Raf Pindi. Franco Fabrizi. Jolanda Blasi. Anna Carena. Carlo Dale. Hans-Michael Bock and Tim Bergfelder. The Concise Cinegraph: An Encyclopedia of German Cinema. Berghahn Books, 2009. Kevin J. Harty. The Reel Middle Ages: American, Western and Eastern European, Middle Eastern and Asian Films About Medieval Europe. McFarland, 1999. Genoveffa di Brabante (film, 1947), a film produced in 1947 by Primo Zeglio. Genoveffa di Brabante (film, 1964) a 1964 film produced by José Luis Monter.
Eugenio Duse (1889–1969) was an Italian stage and film actor who appeared in thirty one films during his career. He was a relative of the celebrated stage actress Eleonora Duse.
Cesare Fantoni (1 February 1905 – 15 January 1963) was an Italian film actor. He appeared in 73 films between 1939 and 1962. He was the father of actor Sergio Fantoni.
Gli amori di Manon LescautThe Lovers of Manon Lescout
Nerio Bernardi as Barone de Forté. Luigi Pavese as Il mercante premuroso. Paolo Poli as Tiberge. Lily Granado as Adriana. Lia Reiner as Affitacamere. Franco Scandurra as Chatodoux. Georges Bréhat as Il barone giocatore. Olga Solbelli as La suora nel carcere. Nico Pepe as Il gioielliere. Ugo Sasso as Un gendarme. Peter Trent as Conte di Loisy. Franco Pesce as Giovanni. Ileana Lauro. Lia Lena. Nada Cortese. Hedda Linton. Pino Sciacqua. Luigi Tosi. Louis Seigner as Duca di Forchamps. Jacques Castelot as Marchese de Boysson.