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Emma Gramatica

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Emma Gramatica
Emma Gramatica 11.jpg
Gramatica in 1932
Born
Aida Laura Argia Gramatica

(1874-10-25)25 October 1874
Fidenza, Italy
Died8 November 1965(1965-11-08) (aged 91)
Ostia, Latium, Italy
OccupationActress
Years active1894–1962
RelativesIrma Gramatica (sister)
Anna Capodaglio (sister)

Emma Gramatica (born Aida Laura Argia Gramatica; 25 October 1874 – 8 November 1965) was an Italian stage and film actress.[1] She appeared in 29 films between 1919 and 1962. She was born in Borgo San Donnino, today Fidenza, Province of Parma and died in Ostia. Her sisters Irma and Anna were also actresses.

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Filmography

Bianca Doria and  Emma Gramatica in Piccolo hotel (1939)
Bianca Doria and Emma Gramatica in Piccolo hotel (1939)
Year Title Role Notes
1916 Quando il canto si spegne
1932 The Old Lady La signora Maria
1933 La fortuna di zanze Zanze
1937 Marcella La baronessa Contuni
1938 Naples of Olden Times Maddalena Errante
1938 Destiny Damigella di Bard
1938 Jeanne Doré Jeanne Doré
1938 La Damigella di Bard Maria Clotilde di Bard
1939 The Widow Adelaide, moglie di Alessandro
1939 Piccolo hotel Marta Toth
1941 Mamma Matilde Sarni, madre di Mario
1942 Yes, Madam Lucia Robbiano
1942 Vertigine Letizia, sua sorella
1943 The White Angel La marchesa Anastasia Carani
1944 The Materassi Sisters Carolina Materassi
1945 L'angelo del miracolo
1946 Voglio bene soltanto a te Elvira, madre di Enzo
1948 My Poor Beloved Mother
1951 Mi vida por la tuya Emma Alberti
1951 Miracle in Milan La vecchia Lolotta
1954 Peppino e la vecchia signora signora Ricciardi
1956 Le Secret de sœur Angèle Soeur Thérèse
1956 I giorni più belli La maestra Assunta Giannelli
1961 Don Camillo: Monsignor Desolina, la vecchia
1962 La monaca di Monza Badessa Anziana
1962 Il mio amico Benito Madre di Giuseppe

References

  1. ^ "Emma Gramatica". MyMovies. Retrieved 17 September 2020.

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