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L'amor mio non muore! (1938)

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Credited cast:
Eduardo De Filippo ...
Lorenzo, il finanziere
Maria D'Alba
Peppino De Filippo ...
Luigino Spanato, il detective
Titina De Filippo ...
La signora D'Alba
Roberta Mari
Giuseppe Porelli
Mario Gallina ...
L'industriale D'Alba
Ivana De Simone
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Silvio Bagolini
Vera Barsoukoff
Rina Franchetti
Pietro Gallone
Nicola Maldacea
Armando Migliari
Guglielmo Morresi


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November 1938 (Italy)  »

Also Known As:

'Na sera 'e maggio  »

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1.37 : 1
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Italian censorship visa #30279 delivered on 1 September 1938. See more »

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Undying love.
11 December 2001 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

L'AMOR MIO NON MUORE stars the entire great Neapolitan acting family of Eduardo, Peppino, and Titina DeFilippo as well as a very young Alida Valli. It is a sentimental and formulaic curiosity piece with some small pleasures. In it Eduardo DeFilippo plays a man who has emigrated to the United States and then returns to Naples to find that his long-lost love (Alida Valli) is now married and poor. When this film was imported for the Italian ethnic audiences in the U.S., to be shown in Italian-language theatres, some changes were made to it. It was given a new title ('NA SERA 'E MAGGIO), Peppino DeFilippo's prologue song was removed, two musical numbers were inserted into the film at an outdoor cafe' scene near the beginning, including "'Na sera 'e maggio" by the singing duo "I Due Minestrelli."

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