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Messalina (1951 film)

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Messalina
Felix-Messalina.jpg
A promotional picture for the film featuring María Félix.
Directed byCarmine Gallone
Written byCarmine Gallone
Vittorio Nino Novarese
Albert Valentin
Pierre Laroche
Cesare Ludovici
Produced byCarmine Gallone
Cesáreo González
StarringMaría Félix
Georges Marchal
Memo Benassi
CinematographyAnchise Brizzi 
Edited byNiccolò Lazzari 
Music byRenzo Rossellini
Production
companies
Produzione Gallone
Filmsonor
Suevia Films
Distributed byCEI Incom
Columbia Pictures (US)
Release date
  • 4 December 1951 (1951-12-04)
  • November 1954 (1954-11) (US)
Running time
102 minutes
CountriesItaly
France
Spain
LanguageItalian

Messalina or The Affairs of Messalina is a 1951 historical drama film directed by Carmine Gallone and starring María Félix, Georges Marchal and Memo Benassi.[1] It was a co-production between France, Italy and Spain. It was shot at the Cinecittà studios in Rome with sets designed by Gastone Medin and Vittorio Nino Novarese. It was part of a growing trend of epic historical films of 1950s. In 1954 a dubbed English version was released in the United States by Columbia Pictures.

The film portrays the story of the Messalina, the third wife of the Roman Emperor Claudius.

Main cast

References

  1. ^ Winkler p.232-33

Bibliography

  • Winkler, Martin N. Cinema and Classical Texts: Apollo's New Light. Cambridge University Press, 2009.

External links

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