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Girl of the Golden West (1942 film)

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Girl of the Golden West
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Directed byCarl Koch
Written byPierre Benoit (novel)
Lotte Reiniger
Carl Koch
Produced byFranco Magli
StarringMichel Simon
Isa Pola
Rossano Brazzi
Valentina Cortese
CinematographyUbaldo Arata
Edited byEraldo Da Roma
Music byMario Nascimbene
Production
company
Distributed byScalera Film
Release date
9 February 1942
Running time
85 minutes
CountryItaly
LanguageItalian

Girl of the Golden West (Italian: Una signora dell'ovest) is a 1942 Italian western film directed by Carl Koch and starring Michel Simon, Isa Pola and Rossano Brazzi. It is based on the novel, La Dame de l'Ouest, by Pierre Benoit.[1] It was made at the Scalera Studios in Rome, and on location in Lazio countryside. The film's title alludes to the opera The Girl of the Golden West by Giacomo Puccini, but is not an adaptation of it. It was one of only a handful of Westerns to be made during the silent and Fascist eras, in a genre in which Italy later became famous.[1]

Synopsis

Arianna, an Italian actress, joins a caravan heading into the American West with her companion Diego. Diego is eventually killed by a local villain. Arianna falls in love with the villain without realising that he is the murderer.

Cast

References

Bibliography

  • Bondanella, Peter; Pacchioni, Federico (2017), A history of Italian cinema, ISBN 9781501307645, OCLC 1240187787, 984512006

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