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Ruggero Ruggeri

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Ruggero Ruggeri
Born(1871-11-14)14 November 1871
Died20 July 1953(1953-07-20) (aged 81)
Years active1914–1953 (film)

Ruggero Ruggeri (14 November 1871 – 20 July 1953) was an Italian stage and film actor. Ruggeri was a celebrated theatre actor, appearing alongside Lyda Borelli on stage in 1909.[1] From 1914 onward he sporadically made films in both the silent and sound eras.

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Year Title Role Notes
1915 Il sottomarino n. 27
1917 Hamlet Hamlet
1919 The Prince of the Impossible Principe Venceslao D'Avrezac
1924 The Beautiful Wife Francesco Marini
1925 La via del peccato
1925 L'uomo più allegro di Vienna Max Bluck
1931 Queen of the Night Jean Derville
1934 Quella vecchia canaglia Guglielmo Vautier
1939 The Widow Alessandro
1939 Le père Lebonnard Le père Antonio Lebonnard
1939 The Document Leandro, il maggiordomo
1940 Una lampada alla finestra Andrea Viardo
1940 La gerla di papà Martin Papà Martin
1941 Se non son matti non li vogliamo Momi Tamberlan
1941 The Betrothed Il cardinale Federigo Borromeo
1942 Fourth Page L'impiegato di baco ladro
1942 Jealousy Il parocco don Silvio
1943 Sant'Elena, piccola isola Napoleone Bonaparte
1947 Vanity Sacerdote
1951 The Temptress Presidente tribunale
1952 The Little World of Don Camillo Crocefisso Narrator, Uncredited
1953 The Return of Don Camillo Jesus Narrator, Uncredited


  1. ^ Dalle Vacche p.260

External links


  • Dalle Vacche, Angela. Diva: Defiance and Passion in Early Italian Cinema. University of Texas Press, 2008.

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