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Anna Capodaglio

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Anna Capodaglio
Anna Adele Alberta Gramatica

19 September 1879
Died29 June 1961(1961-06-29) (aged 81)
Bologna, Italy
Years active1936–1945
Spouse(s)Ruggero Capodaglio
RelativesEmma Gramatica (sister)
Irma Gramatica (sister)
Wanda Capodaglio (sister-in-law)

Anna Capodaglio (pseudonym of Anna Adele Alberta Gramatica; 19 September 1879 – 29 June 1961) was an Italian actress.[1] She appeared in more than twenty films from 1936 to 1945. Her sisters Emma Gramatica and Irma Gramatica were both actresses. The actress Wanda Capodaglio was her sister-in-law (the sister of her husband Ruggero Capodaglio).

Selected filmography

Year Title Role Notes
1936 La Damigella di Bard
1939 The Widow Rosa
1941 Yes, Madam
Schoolgirl Diary
1942 A Pistol Shot
1944 The Priest's Hat


  1. ^ "Capodaglio Anna - Memoires de guerre".

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