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Giovanni Enrico Vidali (1869–1937)

Giovanni Enrico Vidali was born in 1869 as Gianni Enrico Vidali Novelli. He was an actor and director, known for Jone ovvero gli ultimi giorni di Pompei (1913), Spartacus (1913) and Croce nera (1914). He died on July 3, 1937. See full bio »

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Spartacus
Spartacus Director
(1913)
Croce nera
Croce nera Actor
(1914)

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 1925 Fra' Diavolo
Don Gaspare Arcinati
 1921 Primavera
 1920 Ferragus
 1919 Rosa mistica
 1919 Sirena
 1916 Il segreto del lago (Short)
 1915 Lo straniero
 1914 Croce nera
 1914 L'ordinanza (Short)
 1913 A Soul's Tempest (Short)
Il dottore
 1913 The Little Warden (Short)
 1913 The Open Door (Short)
 1913 The Golden Cross (Short)
Il conte
 1913 The Power of Innocence (Short)
 1913 The Gambler's Revenge (Short)
 1913 The Two Sergeants
Aiutante Valmore
 1913 Il segreto (Short)
 1913 La morfina indiana (Short)
 1913 The Life of Dante (Short)
 1913 Il principe mendicante (Short)
 1913 Scienza fatale (Short)
 1913 For Daddy (Short)
 1912 Satana (as Enrico Vidali)
 1912 L'incubo (Short)
 1912 Una pagina d'amore (Short)
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Enrico Vidali
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Father of actresses Emilia Vidali and Maria Gandini. See more »

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