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(1952)

Full Cast & Crew

Directed by 

Tom Payne
Abilio Pereira de Almeida

Writing Credits (in alphabetical order)  

Tom Payne
Abilio Pereira de Almeida

Cast (in credits order)  

Amácio Mazzaropi ...
Isidoro Colepicola
Ludy Veloso ...
Maria
Leila Parisi
A.C. Carvalho ...
Eufrásio
Nieta Junqueira ...
Dona Gata
Solange Rivera
Luiz Calderaro
Vicente Leporace
Luiz Linhares
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Francisco Arisa
Bruno Barabani
Xandó Batista
Annie Berrier
Ayres Campos
Renato Consorte
Maria Augusta Costa Leite
Dalmo de Melo Bordezan
Danilo de Oliveira
Francisco de Sá
Antônio Dourado
Liana Duval
Galileu Garcia
Vittorio Gobbis
Carlo Guglielmi
Joe Kantor
Labiby Mady
Jordano Martinelli
Martins Melo
Ovídio Melo
Carmen Muller
Rose Parisi
Jaime Pernambuco
Tony Rabatoni
José Renato
Milton Ribeiro
Izabel Santos
José Scatena
Noêmia Soares
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Produced by 

Abilio Pereira de Almeida ... producer
Pio Piccinini ... producer

Music by 

Radamés Gnatalli

Cinematography by 

Robert Huke ... (as Nigel Huke)

Film Editing by 

Mauro Alice
Germando Arlindo
Oswald Hafenrichter
Alvaro de Lima Novaes

Set Decoration by 

Pierino Massenzi

Costume Design by 

Bassano Vaccarini

Makeup Department 

Valerie Fletcher ... makeup artist

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director 

Galileu Garcia ... assistant director
Tony Rabatoni ... assistant director
Carlos Thiré ... assistant director

Art Department 

Nobuto Honda ... assistant set decorator
Luiz Sacilotto ... assistant set decorator

Sound Department 

Ernest Hack ... sound
Erik Rasmussen ... sound
João Ruch ... sound assistant
Boris Silitschanou ... sound assistant
Valdir Simões ... sound assistant

Camera and Electrical Department 

Carlo Guglielmi ... assistant camera
Jack Mills ... camera operator

Other crew 

Geraldo Faria Rodrigues ... production assistant
Bernadete Ruch ... continuity

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