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The Two Sergeants (1936 film)

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The Two Sergeants
Directed byEnrico Guazzoni
Written byCarlo Bernari
Gherardo Gherardi
Paolo Lorenzini
Nunzio Malasomma
Based onThe Two Sergeants
by Theodore d'Aubigny
Produced byPietro Mander
StarringEvi Maltagliati
Gino Cervi
Mino Doro
Luisa Ferida
CinematographyArturo Gallea
Augusto Tiezzi
Edited byGino Talamo
Music byPietro Clausetti
Alessandro Cicognini
Distributed byManderfilm
Release date
  • 1936 (1936)
Running time
93 minutes

The Two Sergeants (Italian: I due sergenti) is a 1936 Italian historical drama film directed by Enrico Guazzoni and starring Evi Maltagliati, Gino Cervi and Mino Doro. It was based on the play The Two Sergeants by Theodore d'Aubigny, which has been made into films several times. It is set in the Napoleonic Wars. The film marked the debut of Alida Valli who had until recently been a student of the Centro sperimentale di cinematografia. Valli went on to be a leading star of Italian cinema.[1]

The film was shot at the Pisorno Studios in Tirrenia and on location in Tuscany. The sets were designed by Virgilio Marchi, a noted architect who worked for many years in the film industry.

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  1. ^ Moliterno, Gino. Historical Dictionary of Italian Cinema. Scarecrow Press, 2008. p.321

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