The Great Appeal

The Great Appeal (Italian: Il Grande appello) is a 1936 Italian war film directed by Mario Camerini and starring Camillo Pilotto, Roberto Villa and Lina d'Acosta.wikipedia
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Camillo Pilotto

The Great Appeal (Italian: Il Grande appello) is a 1936 Italian war film directed by Mario Camerini and starring Camillo Pilotto, Roberto Villa and Lina d'Acosta.

Roberto Villa (actor)

Roberto Villa
The Great Appeal (Italian: Il Grande appello) is a 1936 Italian war film directed by Mario Camerini and starring Camillo Pilotto, Roberto Villa and Lina d'Acosta.

Mario Camerini

Mario Caserini
The Great Appeal (Italian: Il Grande appello) is a 1936 Italian war film directed by Mario Camerini and starring Camillo Pilotto, Roberto Villa and Lina d'Acosta.

War film

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The Great Appeal (Italian: Il Grande appello) is a 1936 Italian war film directed by Mario Camerini and starring Camillo Pilotto, Roberto Villa and Lina d'Acosta.

Alternative title

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It is sometimes known by the alternative title The Last Roll-Call.

Kingdom of Italy

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Camerini was considered to have no sympathies with the Fascist regime of Italy, but he made this propaganda film that endorsed the colonial policies of the Italian government.

Propaganda of Fascist Italy

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Camerini was considered to have no sympathies with the Fascist regime of Italy, but he made this propaganda film that endorsed the colonial policies of the Italian government.

Africa

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It was one of a number of African-set films made during the Fascist era including The White Squadron (1936), Sentinels of Bronze (1937) and Luciano Serra, Pilot (1938).

Italian Fascism

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It was one of a number of African-set films made during the Fascist era including The White Squadron (1936), Sentinels of Bronze (1937) and Luciano Serra, Pilot (1938).

Lo squadrone bianco

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It was one of a number of African-set films made during the Fascist era including The White Squadron (1936), Sentinels of Bronze (1937) and Luciano Serra, Pilot (1938).

Sentinels of Bronze

It was one of a number of African-set films made during the Fascist era including The White Squadron (1936), Sentinels of Bronze (1937) and Luciano Serra, Pilot (1938).

Luciano Serra, Pilot

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It was one of a number of African-set films made during the Fascist era including The White Squadron (1936), Sentinels of Bronze (1937) and Luciano Serra, Pilot (1938).

Patriotism

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The film portrays the rediscovery of his patriotism of an Italian, who eventually dies for his country.

Hotel

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Giovanni Bertani is a rootless Italian emigrant who is currently running a hotel in French-ruled Djibouti, while selling arms to the Abyssinian forces fighting the Italians in the Second Italo-Ethiopian War although his son Enrico is serving on the other side.

France

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Giovanni Bertani is a rootless Italian emigrant who is currently running a hotel in French-ruled Djibouti, while selling arms to the Abyssinian forces fighting the Italians in the Second Italo-Ethiopian War although his son Enrico is serving on the other side.

Djibouti

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Giovanni Bertani is a rootless Italian emigrant who is currently running a hotel in French-ruled Djibouti, while selling arms to the Abyssinian forces fighting the Italians in the Second Italo-Ethiopian War although his son Enrico is serving on the other side.

People of Ethiopia

EthiopiansEthiopianEthiopia
Giovanni Bertani is a rootless Italian emigrant who is currently running a hotel in French-ruled Djibouti, while selling arms to the Abyssinian forces fighting the Italians in the Second Italo-Ethiopian War although his son Enrico is serving on the other side.

Second Italo-Ethiopian War

Second Italo-Abyssinian WarItalian invasion of Ethiopiainvasion of Ethiopia
Giovanni Bertani is a rootless Italian emigrant who is currently running a hotel in French-ruled Djibouti, while selling arms to the Abyssinian forces fighting the Italians in the Second Italo-Ethiopian War although his son Enrico is serving on the other side.