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Pia de' Tolomei (1941)

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Cast

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Germana Paolieri ...
Pia de' Tolomei
Carlo Tamberlani ...
Nello della Pietra
Nino Crisman ...
Ghino di Tacco
Lauro Gazzolo ...
Fra' Martino
Cesco Baseggio ...
Matteo
Dina Perbellini ...
Tonia, la guardiana
Carlo Romano ...
Leone
Nando Tamberlani ...
Il vecchio conte della Pietra
Achille Majeroni ...
Il vecchio conte de' Tolomei
Antonio Marietti ...
Piero de' Tolomei
Emilio Baldanello ...
Momo
Gemma D'Alba ...
Caterina
Daniella Drei ...
Marietta
Alma Guerrini ...
Lauretta
Luigi Garrone ...
Padre Paolo
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15 September 1941 (Italy)  »

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Pia de' Tolomei  »

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Music and Lyrics by Francesco Mander
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Beautiful middle ages period piece with well done costumes and sets
7 February 1999 | by (Sacramento CA. USA) – See all my reviews

Several years ago I acquired a print of this film on 35MM nitrate stock. Recently I was able to have a telecine made of it on a Rank Cintel wetgate system. Finally I was able to view this piece of Italian cinema history. Not speaking Italian, I have not yet been able to get the details of the story other than it is a tragic story of love that was not meant to be. It is set in the 1300's amid a rich tapestry of castles and costumes. Fortunately the print is in near mint condition so that once I can get it subtitled, it will be released for the world to see. One more classic film rescued from the dust of time.


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