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Mario Soldati (1906–1999)


Mario Soldati studied by the Jesuits and in the 1920s was acquainted with liberal intellectuals who gathered around Piero Gobetti. He wrote his first play ("Pilatus") when he was 18, and published hist first short story collection ("Salmace") in 1929. In 1935 he reached literary success with "America primo amore" (America First Love), a novel in ... See full bio »

Died:

(age 92) in Tellaro, Liguria, Italy

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Known For

Fuga in Francia
(1948)
The Wayward Wife
(1953)

Filmography

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 2009 Rupi del vino (Documentary) (book "L'avventura in Valtellina")
 1990 Il maestro (novel "La Giacca Verde")
 1987 Capriccio (novel "Le lettere da Capri" - uncredited)
 1979 La giacca verde (TV Movie) (story)
 1970/I Waterloo (dialogue: Italian version - uncredited)
 1968 I racconti del maresciallo (TV Series) (novel)
 1966 The Bible: In the Beginning... (uncredited)
 1962 L'amore difficile (story - segment "Il serpente")
 1957 Il conte Max
 1956 War and Peace (screenplay - uncredited)
 1954 Of Life and Love (segment "Il ventaglio")
 1953 The Wayward Wife (screenplay)
 1953 Jolanda la figlia del corsaro nero (screenplay - uncredited)
 1950 The Taming of Dorothy (screenplay)
 1948 Fuga in Francia (screenplay) / (story)
 1945 Quartieri alti (screenplay)
 1942 Malombra (screenplay)
 1942 Un colpo di pistola (screenplay)
 1942 Tragica notte (screenplay - as M. Soldati)
 1941 Piccolo mondo antico (adaptation and screenplay)
 1940 Una romantica avventura (dialogue) / (screenplay)
 1940 Tutto per la donna (screenplay)
 1940 Santa Rogelia (screenplay)
 1940 Il peccato di Rogelia Sanchez (screenplay)
 1940 Dora Nelson (adaptation and screenplay - uncredited)
 1939 Il documento (screenplay)
 1939 Due milioni per un sorriso (screenplay) / (story)
 1939 Castelli in aria (adaptation)
 1939 L'inconnue de Monte Carlo (writer)
 1938 La signora di Montecarlo (adaptation) / (screenplay and dialogue)
 1938 L'orologio a cucù (screenplay)
 1938 La principessa Tarakanova (screenplay)
 1938 Voglio vivere con Letizia (story & screenplay)
 1938 The Duchess of Parma (screenplay)
 1938 Stasera alle undici (dialogue) / (screenplay)
 1937 Ma non è una cosa seria (screenplay)
 1937 Il signor Max (screenplay)
 1936 The Last Roll-Call (story and screenplay)
 1935 Il cappello a tre punte (screenplay - as M. Soldati)
 1934 Giallo (screenplay)
 1933 Cento di questi giorni (screenplay)
 1933 Acciaio (screenplay)
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Personal Details

Other Works:

Wrote the acclaimed novel "Lettere da Capri" in 1953.

Alternate Names:

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Trivia:

Member of the jury at the Cannes Film Festival in 1962 See more »

Star Sign:

Scorpio

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