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The Flame That Will Not Die

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The Flame That Will Not Die
Directed byVittorio Cottafavi
Written bySiro Angeli
Oreste Biancoli
Giorgio Capitani
Giuliano Conte
Vittorio Cottafavi
Mario Pagani
Fulvio Palmieri
Alberto Pozzetti
Franco Navarra Vigiani (novel)
Produced byFranco Navarra Vigiani
StarringGino Cervi
María Denis
Leonardo Cortese
CinematographyGábor Pogány
Edited byRenzo Lucidi
Music byAlessandro Cicognini
Production
company
Orsa Film
Distributed byENIC
Release date
  • 21 September 1949 (1949-09-21)
Running time
95 minutes
CountryItaly
LanguageItalian

The Flame That Will Not Die (Italian: Fiamma che non si spegne) is a 1949 Italian war drama film directed by Vittorio Cottafavi and starring Gino Cervi, María Denis and Leonardo Cortese.[1] It is based on the story of Salvo D'Acquisto, a Carabinieri officer who died to save others being executed by the Germans during the Second World War.

It was made at Cinecittà Studios. The film's sets were designed by Ottavio Scotti.

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References

  1. ^ Bonsaver & Gordon p.104

Bibliography

  • Guido Bonsaver & Robert Gordon. Culture, Censorship and the State in Twentieth-century Italy. European Humanities Research Centre, 2005.

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