Lucio D'Ambra

Lucio D'Ambra (1880–1939) was an Italian writer and film director. Born as Renato Manganella, he wrote under the pen name of D'Ambra becoming a celebrated journalist, novelist and film critic. A noted film enthusiast, D'Ambra became involved in the cinema in 1911 when he anonymously wrote screenplays. From 1916 he formally entered the film industry, setting up his own production company and directing more than twenty films. His silent comedies drew comparisons to the films of his German contemporary Ernst Lubitsch.

Istituto Luce

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The Istituto Luce (translation: "Light Institute", with Luce being the acronym for "L’Unione Cinematografica Educativa", i.e. "The Educational Film Union") was an Italian corporation, created in 1924 during the Fascist era.

Italian language

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Italian (italiano or lingua italiana ) is a Romance language of the Indo-European language family. Italian descended from the Vulgar Latin of the Roman Empire and, together with Sardinian, is by most measures the closest language to it of the Romance languages. Italian is an official language in Italy, Switzerland (where it is the first language in Canton Ticino and in the districts of Moesa and Bernina in Canton Graubünden), San Marino and Vatican City. It has an official minority status in western Istria (Croatia and Slovenia).

List of Italian films of 1949

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A list of films produced in Italy in 1949 (see 1949 in film):

List of Italian actors

Daniele DublinoPiero GerliniFerruccio De Ceresa
Nerio Bernardi. Toni Bertorelli. Calisto Bertramo. Ughetto Bertucci. Enrico Beruschi. Nino Besozzi. Cesare Bettarini. Giorgio Bianchi. Roberto Bianchi. Tino Bianchi. Claudio Bigagli. Oreste Bilancia. Enzo Biliotti. Riccardo Billi. Roberto Bisacco. Claudio Bisio. Gildo Bocci. Federico Boido. Massimo Boldi. Ugo Bologna. Bombolo. Paolo Bonacelli. Gianni Bonagura. Massimo Bonetti. Mike Bongiorno. Alessio Boni. Mario Bonnard. Luigi Bonos. Alberto Bonucci. Sal Borgese. Gianfabio Bosco, in arte Gian. Giulio Bosetti. Andrea Bosic. Raoul Bova. Franco Bracardi. Giorgio Bracardi. Arturo Bragaglia. Andrea Brambilla, in arte Zuzzurro. Gino Bramieri. Armando Brancia. Rossano Brazzi. Mario Brega.

List of Italian films of 1953

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A list of films produced in Italy in 1953 (see 1953 in film):

Solo per te Lucia

Nerio Bernardi as Luciano. Anna Vita as Liliana. Franco Minervini as Paolo. Claudio Villa. Nilla Pizzi. Achille Togliani. Giacomo Rondinella. Gilberto Mazzi. Silvio Bagolini. Marisa Mantovani. Antonella Lualdi. Flaminia Jandolo. Ubaldo Lay. Tino Scotti. Cinico Angelini. Vittorio Caprioli. Alberto Collo. Alberto Bonucci. Nicolò Carosio.

Guido Cantini

Antonio Meucci (1940). Manon Lescaut (1940). Beyond Love (1940). Love Me, Alfredo! (1940). Disturbance (1942). La signorina (1942). The Two Orphans (1942). Maria Malibran (1943).

List of Italian films of 1936

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A list of films produced in Italy in 1936 (see 1936 in film):

The Vengeance of Ursus

La Vendetta di UrsusThe Revenge of Ursus
Nerio Bernardi as King Alteo. Gina Rovere as Lidia. Attilio Dottesio as Afro, Zagro's Servant. Franco Fantasia as Captain of the guard. Roberto Chevalier as Dario. Ugo Sasso as Anio the bartender. Ignazio Balsamo as Andros.

Peppino e Violetta

Never Take No for an Answer
Nerio Bernardi – Father Superior. Guido Celano – Strotti. Frank Coulson – Doctor Bartolo. Arnoldo Foà. Vittorio Manunta – Peppino. John Murphy – Father O'Brien. Denis O'Dea – Father Damico.

Toto in Hell

Totò all'inferno
Nerio Bernardi as Satana. Dante Maggio as Pacifico. Mario Castellani as Cri cri / Jealous husband. Fulvia Franco as Dirimpettaia. Franca Faldini as Maria. Galeazzo Benti as Club Singer. Giulio Calì as Charon. Vincent Barbi as Al Capone. Mario Pisu as Ptolemy. Pietro Tordi as The fool. Guglielmo Inglese as Cavaliere Scardacchione. Ignazio Balsamo as Infermiere. Aldo Giuffrè as Minosse.

Night of Violence

Le notti della violenza
Nerio Bernardi as Pratesi. Dada Gallotti as Maitresse. Elisa Mainardi. Luigi Batzella. Aldo Berti. Alberto Cevenini. Gepi De Rosa. Maria Pia Conte. Tullio Altamura. Franco Pesce. Gianni Medici. Ugo Fangareggi.

Caesar the Conqueror

Giulio Cesare, il conquistatore delle Gallie
Nerio Bernardi as Cicero. Carla Calò as Calpurnia. Piero Palermini. Bruno Tocci as Mark Anthony. Aldo Pini as Quintus Cicero. Lucia Randi as Clelia. Fedele Gentile as Centurion. Enzo Petracca as Titus Azius. Alberto Manetti. Caesar the Conqueror (1960) at DBCult Film Institute.