The Blue Fleet

L'Armata Azzurra (English: The Blue Army or The Blue Fleet AKA The Winged Armada and Italy Speaks) is a 1932 Italian aviation docu-drama and adventure film directed by Gennaro Righelli and starring Germana Paolieri and Ennio Cerlesi.wikipedia
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Ennio Cerlesi

L'Armata Azzurra (English: The Blue Army or The Blue Fleet AKA The Winged Armada and Italy Speaks) is a 1932 Italian aviation docu-drama and adventure film directed by Gennaro Righelli and starring Germana Paolieri and Ennio Cerlesi. Commander Mario Spada (Alfredo Moretti) and Carlo Banti Ennio Cerlesi are pilots and best friends in the Regia Aeronautica Italiana (Italian Air Force).

Gennaro Righelli

L'Armata Azzurra (English: The Blue Army or The Blue Fleet AKA The Winged Armada and Italy Speaks) is a 1932 Italian aviation docu-drama and adventure film directed by Gennaro Righelli and starring Germana Paolieri and Ennio Cerlesi.

Domenico Scala (cinematographer)

Domenico Scala
Other films with cinematography by Scala include Steel, The Blue Fleet, Escape to France and The Earth Cries Out.

Aviation

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L'Armata Azzurra (English: The Blue Army or The Blue Fleet AKA The Winged Armada and Italy Speaks) is a 1932 Italian aviation docu-drama and adventure film directed by Gennaro Righelli and starring Germana Paolieri and Ennio Cerlesi. It was Italy's first aviation drama film, with a fictional story that celebrated the Italian Air Force.

Docudrama

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L'Armata Azzurra (English: The Blue Army or The Blue Fleet AKA The Winged Armada and Italy Speaks) is a 1932 Italian aviation docu-drama and adventure film directed by Gennaro Righelli and starring Germana Paolieri and Ennio Cerlesi.

Adventure film

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L'Armata Azzurra (English: The Blue Army or The Blue Fleet AKA The Winged Armada and Italy Speaks) is a 1932 Italian aviation docu-drama and adventure film directed by Gennaro Righelli and starring Germana Paolieri and Ennio Cerlesi.

Germana Paolieri

L'Armata Azzurra (English: The Blue Army or The Blue Fleet AKA The Winged Armada and Italy Speaks) is a 1932 Italian aviation docu-drama and adventure film directed by Gennaro Righelli and starring Germana Paolieri and Ennio Cerlesi.

Italian Air Force

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It was Italy's first aviation drama film, with a fictional story that celebrated the Italian Air Force.

Regia Aeronautica

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Commander Mario Spada (Alfredo Moretti) and Carlo Banti Ennio Cerlesi are pilots and best friends in the Regia Aeronautica Italiana (Italian Air Force).

Propaganda

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L'Armata Azzurra is a propaganda effort, with obvious deference to the Fascist government of Italy.

Fascism

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L'Armata Azzurra is a propaganda effort, with obvious deference to the Fascist government of Italy.

The New York Times

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Aviation film historian Stephen Pendo in Aviation in the Cinema (1985) in his evaluation of the film, referred to the review from The New York Times, "... a motion picture record of Italy's 1932 naval and airplane manoeuvres followed by a series of Sicilian folk songs and dances ..."