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Melancholic Autumn

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Melancholic Autumn
Malinc autunno 2.jpg
Directed byRaffaello Matarazzo
Written byRicardo Dominguez
Fernando Merelo
Ricardo Toledo
Aldo De Benedetti
Raffaello Matarazzo
Produced byBenito Perojo
StarringAmedeo Nazzari
Yvonne Sanson
Mercedes Monterrey
CinematographyAlejandro Ulloa
Edited byAntonio Ramírez de Loaysa
Mario Serandrei
Music byJuan Quintero Muñoz
Furio Rendine
Producciones Benito Perojo
Compagnia Cinematografica
Distributed byTitanus Distribuzione
C.E.A. Distribución (Spain)
Release dates
7 August 1958 (Italy)
2 March 1959 (Spain)
Running time
71 minutes

Melancholic Autumn (Italian:Malinconico autunno) is a 1958 Italian-Spanish melodrama film directed by Raffaello Matarazzo and starring Amedeo Nazzari, Yvonne Sanson and Mercedes Monterrey. It was part of a popular series of romantic dramas pairing Nazzari and Sanson.[1] The film's sets were designed by the art director Sigfrido Burmann.


  • Amedeo Nazzari as Andrea, capitano del mercantile
  • Yvonne Sanson as María Martínez
  • Mercedes Monterrey as Lola
  • José Guardiola as Giacomo
  • Miguel Gil as Luca Martínez
  • Manuel Guitián
  • Vicente Soler
  • Miguel Ángel Rodríguez as Il direttore della scuola di Luca
  • Javier Dasti
  • Ángel Calero
  • Mariano Alcón
  • María de las Rivas as Olga
  • Stanislaw Domolaski
  • Joaquín Vidriales
  • María Alcarria
  • Alfredo Broow
  • Eugenio Chemelal
  • Aurora de Alba
  • Alfonso Godá
  • Mario Umberto Martinelli
  • Antonio Martín
  • Mario Moreno


  1. ^ Moliterno p.292


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

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