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Marco Visconti (TV series)

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Marco Visconti
GenreHistorical adventure
Written byTommaso Grossi (novel)
Anton Giulio Majano
Franco Monicelli
Directed byAnton Giulio Majano
StarringRaf Vallone
Pamela Villoresi
Country of originItaly
Original languageItalian
No. of series1
No. of episodes6
Production companyRAI Radiotelevisione Italiana
Original release
Release4 May (1975-05-04) –
8 June 1975 (1975-06-08)

Marco Visconti is an Italian television series which originally aired in one series of six episodes in 1975.[1] A historical adventure, it is based on the 1834 novel of the same title by Tommaso Grossi which had previously been made into 1925 and 1941 films.

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Main cast

  • Raf Vallone as Marco Visconti
  • Pamela Villoresi as Bice
  • Sandro Tuminelli as Oldrado
  • Gianni Garko as Lupo
  • Warner Bentivegna as Lodrisio
  • Liliana Feldman as Marianna
  • Gabriele Lavia as Ottorino
  • Maresa Gallo as Lauretta
  • Franca Nuti as Ermelinda
  • Francesco Di Federico as Ambrogio
  • Carlo Montagna as Pelagrua
  • Herbert Pagani as Tremacoldo
  • Leonardo Severini as Il Pievano
  • Armando Celso as Gentiluomo
  • Enzo Fisichella as Il maggiordomo
  • Evaldo Rogato as Popolano
  • Gianni Quillico as Un servo
  • Franco Ferrari as Gentiluomo
  • Franco Moraldi as Gentiluomo
  • Bruno Vilar as Gentiluomo
  • Ottavio Fanfani as Il vescovo di Lucca
  • Roberto Pistone as Gentiluomo
  • Mario Mattia Giorgetti as Primo gentiluomo lucchese
  • Aldo Suligoj as Gentiluomo
  • Sergio Masieri as Secondo gentiluomo lucchese
  • Carlo Sabatini as Azzone Visconti
  • Itala Martini as Dama
  • Licia Lombardi as Dama
  • Umberto Tabarelli as L'abate Giovanni Visconti
  • Aldo Pierantoni as Il Decano del popolo
  • Marcello Mandò as Vinciguerra
  • Sergio Renda as Birago


  1. ^ Moliterno p.325


  • Moliterno, Gino. The A to Z of Italian Cinema. Scarecrow Press, 2009.

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