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Women and Brigands

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Women and Brigands
Women and Brigands.jpg
Theatrical film poster
ItalianDonne e briganti
Directed byMario Soldati
Written byPierre Lestringuez
Nicola Manzari
Vittorio Nino Novarese
Mario Soldati
Produced byValentino Brosio [it]
StarringAmedeo Nazzari
Maria Mauban
Jean Chevrier
CinematographyMario Montuori
Edited byMario Serandrei
Music byNino Rota
Production
company
Distributed byLux Film
Release date
  • 3 November 1950 (1950-11-03)
Running time
85 minutes
CountriesFrance
Italy
LanguageItaly

Women and Brigands (Italian: Donne e briganti) is a 1950 French-Italian historical melodrama film directed by Mario Soldati and starring Amedeo Nazzari, Maria Mauban and Jean Chevrier.[1][2] It is based on the story of the legendary guerilla fighter Fra Diavolo, who led a major uprising against French forces in Naples during the Napoleonic Wars. In 1953 it was released in a dubbed version in the United States under the alternative title The King's Guerrillas.

The film was made at the Farnesina Studios in Rome with Location shooting taking place at the Royal Palace of Caserta. The films's sets were designed by the art director Ottavio Scotti. It earned around 206 million lira at the Italian box office.[3]

Cast

See also

References

  1. ^ Aprà, Adriano (1979). The Fabulous Thirties: Italian cinema 1929-1944. Electa International. ISBN 0847853063. OCLC 5760627.
  2. ^ Gundle, Stephen (2019). Fame Amid the Ruins: Italian Film Stardom in the Age of Neorealism. Berghahn Books. p. 257. ISBN 978-1-78920-001-0. JSTOR j.ctv1dwq14v.
  3. ^ Chiti, Roberto & Poppi, Roberto. Dizionario del cinema italiano: Dal 1945 al 1959. Gremese Editore, 1991. p. 126. (in Italian) ISBN 88-7605-548-7.

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