Chronicle of poor lovers

Chronicle of Poor Lovers
Cosetta Greco in the film
Directed by Carlo Lizzani
Written by Vasco Pratolini
Sergio Amidei
Giuseppe Dagnino
Carlo Lizzani
Massimo Mida
Starring Anna-Maria Ferrero
Cinematography Gianni Di Venanzo
Editing by Enzo Alfonzi
Release date(s) 6 February, 1954
Running time 115 minutes
Country Italy
Language Italian

Chronicle of Poor Lovers (Italian: Cronache di poveri amanti) is a 1954 Italian drama film directed by Carlo Lizzani. It was entered into the 1954 Cannes Film Festival.[1]

Cast

  • Anna-Maria Ferrero - Gesuina (as Anna Maria Ferrero)
  • Cosetta Greco - Elisa
  • Antonella Lualdi - Milena Campolmi
  • Marcello Mastroianni - Ugo
  • Bruno Berellini - Carlino Bencini
  • Irene Cefaro - Clara
  • Adolfo Consolini - Maciste
  • Giuliano Montaldo - Alfredo Campolmi
  • Gabriele Tinti - Mario Parigi
  • Eva Vanicek - Bianca Quagliotti
  • Wanda Capodaglio - La Signora
  • Mimmo Maggio
  • Andrea Petricca
  • Garibaldo Lucii - Staderini
  • Mario Piloni - Osvaldo
  • Ada Colangeli
  • Giuseppe Angelini
  • Graziella De Roc
  • Rolando Sborcchi
  • Aldo Collalti
  • Maria Mannelli (as Mary Mannelli)
  • Francesca Uberti
  • Pasquale Martino
  • Fosco Cecchi - Pisano
  • Paola Maggiorani

References

External links

  • Internet Movie Database
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