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Marcella Mariani

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Marcella Mariani in The Girls of San Frediano (1954)
Marcella Mariani in The Girls of San Frediano (1954)

Marcella Mariani (Rome, Italy, 8 February 1936 – Monte Terminillo, Italy, 15 February 1955[1]) was an Italian actress and Miss Italy contest winner.[2] Though she appeared in several popular movies and was garnering acclaim as an actress, her career was cut short by her death in a 1955 airliner crash.

Biography

Having previously worked as a cashier at a cinema in Rome, 17-year-old Mariani was crowned Miss Italy of 1953 in the Tyrolean resort town of Cortina d'Ampezzo.[3] After winning the pageant she began her career as a film actress, playing herself in the opening segment of producer/director Alfredo Guarini's portmanteau film We, the Women (1953). Although in demand due to her beauty, she was eager to improve her acting skills, and attended both the Experimental Center of Cinematography and acting school. She began taking on challenging roles and working with artistically adventurous directors.

Her most significant role was in director Luchino Visconti's 1954 film Senso, in which she worked alongside Alida Valli and Farley Granger, playing the small but important part of Clara, a young prostitute.

Marcella Mariani in Senso (1954)
Marcella Mariani in Senso (1954)

Her promising career was prematurely ended by her death in a plane crash, which occurred on the slopes of Monte Terminillo, in the province of Rieti, Italy, as she returned from hosting a film festival in Belgium.[3] Traveling from Brussels to Rome, the DC-6 passenger liner crashed due to errors made by the crew in poor weather conditions.[4] Heavy wind and snow prevented searchers from reaching the crash site for over a week. All 29 passengers and crew were believed to have died on impact. Mariani, who had turned 19 a few days earlier, was taken to Rome, where she was buried.[5]

Filmography

References

  1. ^ "Marcella Mariani". IMDb.
  2. ^ Miss Italia#History
  3. ^ a b "Il Giornale di Rieti - Quotidiano d'informazione della provincia di Rieti - web tv".
  4. ^ Harro Ranter (13 February 1955). "ASN Aircraft accident Douglas DC-6 OO-SDB Monte Terminillo".
  5. ^ "Sabenavlucht SN503: tranen van droefheid en geluk".
  6. ^ "We, the Women (1953) as Marcella (segment "Concorso 4 Attrici 1 Speranza") (uncredited)IMDb" – via www.imdb.com.
  7. ^ Ilpo Hirvonen (8 July 1968). "Senso (1954)". IMDb.
  8. ^ "Se vincessi cento milioni (1953) - IMDb" – via www.imdb.com.
  9. ^ "Donne e soldati (1954) - IMDb". IMDb. 12 April 1961.
  10. ^ "Il cantante misterioso (1955)". IMDb. 26 January 1955.
  11. ^ "Libero - Mail, Ricerca e tanto altro". Libero.it. Archived from the original on 2013-04-13.
  12. ^ Hal Erickson (2008). "Le-Ragazze-Di-San-Frediano - Trailer - Cast - Showtimes - NYTimes.com". Movies & TV Dept. The New York Times. Archived from the original on 2008-03-19.
  13. ^ "The Girls of San Frediano".
  14. ^ "Mai ti scorderò". Theiapolis - Cinema.

External links

Media related to Marcella Mariani at Wikimedia Commons

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