Caterina Boratto

Caterina Boratto (15 March 1915 – 14 September 2010) was an Italian film actress.wikipedia
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To Live (1937 film)

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Born in Turin, Boratto studied at the Musical Lyceum in her hometown with the purpose of becoming a singer; noted by Guido Brignone, she made her debut in To Live, alongside Tito Schipa.
To Live (Italian: Vivere!) is a 1937 Italian musical drama film directed by Guido Brignone and starring Tito Schipa, Caterina Boratto and Nino Besozzi.

The Peddler and the Lady

Except for a film in 1951, she basically retired from show business for twenty years before accepting to play two key roles in 8½ and Juliet of the Spirits by Federico Fellini, who had known her in the set of The Peddler and the Lady, where he had served as screenwriter.
The Peddler and the Lady (Italian title: Campo de' fiori) is a 1943 Italian comedy film directed by Mario Bonnard and starring Caterina Boratto, Cristiano Cristiani and Peppino De Filippo.

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Except for a film in 1951, she basically retired from show business for twenty years before accepting to play two key roles in 8½ and Juliet of the Spirits by Federico Fellini, who had known her in the set of The Peddler and the Lady, where he had served as screenwriter.

Marcella (film)

Marcella
Marcella is a 1937 Italian drama film directed by Guido Brignone and starring Emma Gramatica, Caterina Boratto and Antonio Centa.

They've Kidnapped a Man

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They've Kidnapped a Man (Italian: Hanno rapito un uomo) is a 1938 Italian comedy film directed by Gennaro Righelli and starring Vittorio De Sica, Caterina Boratto and Maria Denis.

The Sons of the Marquis Lucera

The Sons of the Marquis Lucera (Italian: I figli del marchese Lucera) is a 1939 Italian comedy film directed by Amleto Palermi and starring Armando Falconi, Caterina Boratto and Sergio Tofano.

Juliet of the Spirits

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Except for a film in 1951, she basically retired from show business for twenty years before accepting to play two key roles in 8½ and Juliet of the Spirits by Federico Fellini, who had known her in the set of The Peddler and the Lady, where he had served as screenwriter.

Measure for Measure (film)

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Measure for Measure (Dente per dente, literally "A tooth for a tooth") is a 1943 Italian historical drama film directed by Marco Elter and starring Carlo Tamberlani, Caterina Boratto and Nelly Corradi.

The Lady of Monza

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