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Gabriella Genta

Gabriella Genta was born on October 10, 1927 in Spoleto, Perugia, Umbria, Italy. She is known for her work on Salomè (1986) and La redenzione (1958). See full bio »

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Known For

Salomè Herodias
La redenzione
La redenzione Maria Maddalena


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 1976 L'Agnese va a morire (voice dubbing: Ingrid Thulin)
 1972 The Italian Connection (voice dubbing: Sylva Koscina - uncredited)
 1971 La bestia uccide a sangue freddo (voice dubbing: Margaret Lee - uncredited)
 1969 Cemetery Without Crosses (voice dubbing: Michèle Mercier - uncredited)
 1969 Five for Hell (voice dubbing: Margaret Lee - uncredited)
 1968 The Great Silence (voice dubbing: Vonetta McGee - uncredited)
 1968 Al di là della legge (voice dubbing: Graziella Granata - uncredited)
 1967 The Cruel Ones (voice dubbing: Norma Bengell - uncredited)
 1966 An Angel for Satan (voice dubbing: Barbara Steele - uncredited)
 1963 Black Sabbath (voice dubbing: Susy Andersen - uncredited)
 1963 Evil Eye (voice dubbing: Letícia Román - uncredited)
 1960 La Dolce Vita (voice dubbing: Yvonne Furneaux - uncredited)
 1959 Vacanze d'inverno (voice dubbing: Michèle Morgan - uncredited)
 1953 I Vitelloni (voice dubbing: Claude Farell - uncredited)
 1952 Three Girls from Rome (voice dubbing: Lucia Bosè - uncredited)
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 1986 Salomè
Herodias (voice)
 1955 Sins of Casanova
Margherita Teresa von Kleinwert (voice, uncredited)
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 1958 La redenzione (Documentary)
Maria Maddalena (voice)

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Other Works:

Dubbing voice of Patricia Laffan in the Italian post-synchronized version of Quo Vadis (1951). See more »

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