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Without a Flag

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Without a Flag
Senza bandiera.jpg
Directed byLionello De Felice
Written byFranco Brusati
Jacopo Comin
Lionello De Felice
Luigi Freddi
Giorgio Prosperi
Nantas Salvalaggio
Produced byLuigi Freddi
StarringMassimo Serato
Paolo Stoppa
Walter Rilla
CinematographyMario Craveri
Edited byMario Serandrei
Music byRenzo Rossellini
Elfo Film
Distributed byENIC
Release date
October 1951
Running time
121 minutes

Without a Flag (Italian: Senza bandiera) is a 1951 Italian drama film directed by Lionello De Felice and starring Massimo Serato, Paolo Stoppa and Walter Rilla.[1]

The film's sets were designed by the art director Alfredo Montori. It was shot at Cinecittà in Rome.


During the First World War, an Italian officer attempts to break up an Austrian espionage ring operating out of neutral Switzerland.


De Felice's debut film Behind the Camera was shot in the Cinecittà studios. Registered in the Public Film Register with no. 980, was presented to the Film Review Commission on 21 September 1951, obtained censorship visa n. 10,616 of 2 October 1951, with the film length of 3,098 meters.[2] It had its first public screening in October 1951.[3] The collection was 141,500,000 lire.

Main cast


  1. ^ Rondolino p.256
  2. ^ Battilani, Patrizia; Bagnaresi, Davide (December 2020). "La spiaggia come luogo di produzione e di consumo: dal modello informale ottocentesco a quello "taylorista" del periodo fra le due guerre". Italia Contemporanea (294): 11–45. doi:10.3280/ic2020-294001. ISSN 0392-1077. S2CID 235056858.
  3. ^ Monardes, Nicolás; Ziletti, Giordano. (1575). Delle cose che vengono portate dall'Indie Occidentali pertinenti all'uso della medicina /raccolte & trattate dal Dottor Nicolò Monardes .. : novamente recata dalla Spagnola nella nostra lingua Italiana : dove ancho si tratta de' Veneni, & della lor cura. In Venetia: Presso di Giordano Ziletti. doi:10.5962/bhl.title.7112.


  • Gianni Rondolino. Dizionario del cinema italiano 1945-1969. Einaudi, 1969.

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