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The Kiss of Fire

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The Kiss of Fire
The Kiss of Fire.jpg
Directed byAugusto Genina
Written by
Based onNaples au baiser de feu by Auguste Bailly
Produced by
Starring
CinematographyRobert Lefebvre
Edited byLouisette Hautecoeur
Music byVincent Scotto
Production
company
Paris Film Productions
Distributed byLes Films Vog
Release date
7 December 1937
Running time
83 minutes
CountryFrance
LanguageFrench

The Kiss of Fire (French: Naples au baiser de feu) is a 1937 French romantic comedy film directed by Augusto Genina and starring Tino Rossi, Michel Simon, Mireille Balin and Viviane Romance.[1] The film is based on the 1924 novel Naples au baiser de feu by Auguste Bailly. It had previously been made as a 1925 silent film and was later adapted again for a remake Napoli terra d'amore in 1954.

It was primarily shot at the Saint-Laurent-du-Var Studios in Nice with some location shooting in Naples. The film's sets were designed by the art director Guy de Gastyne.

Synopsis

Mario Esposito a singer who performs in a Naples restaurant is in love with his owner's niece Assunta and wants to marry her. However through his friend Michel he encounters another woman, Lolita, who lures him away from his true love. Eventually he is able to see the mistake he is making.

Cast

References

  1. ^ Plastino & Sciorra p.128

Bibliography

  • Goffredo Plastino & Joseph Sciorra. Neapolitan Postcards: The Canzone Napoletana as Transnational Subject. Scarecrow Press, 2016.

External links


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