Vanna Vanni

Vanna Vanni (7 January 1915 – 6 March 1998) was an Italian film actress.wikipedia
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She has been described as a graceful and elegant brunette, and the New York Times film critic, Frank Nugent, wrote in a review of I've Lost My Husband! that she was "one of the prettiest girls in the Italian film industry."

Torrents of Spring (1942 film)

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Torrents of Spring (Italian: Acque di primavera) is a 1942 Italian drama film directed by Nunzio Malasomma and starring Gino Cervi, Mariella Lotti and Vanna Vanni.

Florence

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Vanni was born in Florence as Maria Angelica Giovanna Pegna.

The New York Times

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She has been described as a graceful and elegant brunette, and the New York Times film critic, Frank Nugent, wrote in a review of I've Lost My Husband! that she was "one of the prettiest girls in the Italian film industry."

Frank Nugent

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She has been described as a graceful and elegant brunette, and the New York Times film critic, Frank Nugent, wrote in a review of I've Lost My Husband! that she was "one of the prettiest girls in the Italian film industry."

Amleto Palermi

Her first cinematic role was in Perché no? (1930), directed by Amleto Palermi, and in her first films she was credited as Vanna Pegna.

Raffaello Matarazzo

She also worked with directors such as Raffaello Matarazzo, Gennaro Righelli, Giorgio Simonelli, and Eduardo De Filippo.

Gennaro Righelli

She also worked with directors such as Raffaello Matarazzo, Gennaro Righelli, Giorgio Simonelli, and Eduardo De Filippo.

Giorgio Simonelli

She also worked with directors such as Raffaello Matarazzo, Gennaro Righelli, Giorgio Simonelli, and Eduardo De Filippo.

Eduardo De Filippo

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She also worked with directors such as Raffaello Matarazzo, Gennaro Righelli, Giorgio Simonelli, and Eduardo De Filippo.