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Vedi Napoli e poi muori (1951)

 -  Drama  -  29 August 1959 (USA)
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Gianna Maria Canale ...
Marisa
Renato Baldini ...
Giacomo Marini
Vittorio Sanipoli ...
Roberto Sanesi
Carlo Sposito ...
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Duccio Sissia ...
Figlio di Marisa
Cicola Custureri
Franca Marzi ...
Amante di Sanesi
Claudio Villa
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Vittoria Donato
Gimmi Doria
Nino Pavese
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Enchanting! A Crowning Achievement! (print ad for U.S. release "See Naples and Die!")

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29 August 1959 (USA)  »

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See Naples and Die  »

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Italian Madame X
19 November 2003 | by See all my reviews

This is melodrama.The whole melodrama.Nothing but melodrama.Gianna Maria Canale -who,generally plays the treacherous beauty in peplums or swashbucklers-,suffers ,suffers, suffers:victim of her past,chased out by her virtuous hubby,estranged from her beloved son,persecuted by her ex-lover,etc.Nothing special but aficionados of the genre can have a look.

Riccardo Freda who tackled a lot of styles from the horror movie to the spy thriller would come back to melodrama in the sixties,when he adapted for the screen famous novels from the ninetieth century such as "Roger la Honte" and "Les deux orphelines" (which DW Griffith had already filmed as "orphans of the storm" in the silent era.


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