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The Adventuress from the Floor Above

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The Adventuress from the Floor Above
Avventuriera del piano.jpg
Directed byRaffaello Matarazzo
Written by
Produced by
  • Francesco Curato
  • Giorgio Genesi
CinematographyTino Santoni
Edited byRiccardo Freda
Music byGiuseppe Anepeta
Artisti Associati
Distributed byArtisti Associati
Release date
21 October 1941
Running time
80 minutes

The Adventuress from the Floor Above (Italian: L'avventuriera del piano di sopra) is a 1941 Italian "white-telephones" comedy film directed by Raffaello Matarazzo and starring Vittorio De Sica, Clara Calamai and Giuditta Rissone. It was made at the Palatino Studios in Rome. The film was part of the popular White Telephone genre of comedies.[1]


When his wife goes away to attend her sister's wedding, the young lawyer Fabrizio Marchini expects a quiet time at home. However that evening, a woman bursts into his apartment and demands refuge, claiming that her angry husband Signor Rossi is searching for her. He shelters her when the abrasive Rossi, who rents the apartment above, enters and demands to search the place. Once he is gone, she spends the night in his bed while he sleeps on the sofa. In the morning, however he discovers that both she and his wife's valuable pearl necklace have disappeared. With the assistance of a friend he attempts to track her down before his wife returns.



  1. ^ Moliterno p.58


  • Moliterno, Gino. Historical Dictionary of Italian Cinema. Scarecrow Press, 2008.

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