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The Sin of Rogelia Sanchez

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The Sin of Rogelia Sanchez
Directed by
Written by
Edited byMario Bonotti
Music by
Distributed byENIC
Release date
6 January 1940
Running time
83 minutes

The Sin of Rogelia Sanchez (Italian:Il peccato di Rogelia Sanchez) is a 1940 Italian drama film directed by Carlo Borghesio and Roberto de Ribón and starring Germaine Montero, Juan de Landa and Rafael Rivelles.[1]

It was made at Cinecitta as part of an Italian-Spanish film agreement, with a separate Spanish-language version Saint Rogelia also been produced. It was based on a 1926 novel by Armando Palacio Valdés. The film's sets were designed by Guido Fiorini.


  • Germaine Montero as Rogelia Sanchez
  • Juan de Landa as Massimo, suo marito
  • Rafael Rivelles as Don Fernando
  • Letizia Bonini as Cristina
  • Pina Renzi as La patronessa
  • Mario Brizzolari as Il dottor Oliver
  • Felice Minotti as Pepe, un minatore
  • Julia Caba Alba as L'ostessa
  • Bacot as Il minatore ubriaco
  • Guido Stani as Pericho
  • Pastora Peña as Mariana
  • Vasco Creti as Un medico
  • Maria Bruna Marcati as Grazia
  • Maria Polese as Adele
  • Mario Condorelli as Il curato
  • Margherita Bossi as La padrona del ristorante
  • Francesco Ferrara as Un detenuto
  • Mimí Muñoz as La figlioletta di Rogelia
  • Luis Peña padre
  • Franca Volpini
  • Alba Ferrarotti
  • Bianca Aurora


  1. ^ Balma p.128


  • Philip Balma. Edith Bruck in the Mirror: Fictional Transitions and Cinematic Narratives. Purdue University Press, 2014.

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