With Industrie Cinematografiche Artistiche Romane (I.C.A.R.) (Sorted by Popularity Ascending)
1. Justine De Sade (1972)
Not Rated | 100 min | Drama
Justine is a poor serving girl who tries to maintain her virtue and her standards. Unfortunately, she is victimized by everyone she encounters.
2. Zenabel (1969)
R | 99 min | Comedy, History
Zenabel discovers that she is the daughter of a nobleman who was killed by a ruthless don, Alonso, who took the title. So, Zenabel gathers a group of misfit friends to get back her title.
7. Fedora (1942)
95 min | Drama, Romance
This first Italian-made feature film released in the United States following WWII relates the story of Russian Princess Fedora (Louise Ferida), in Czarist times, whose royal lover is ... See full summary »
9. Amore di ussaro (1940)
On January 1st. 1900 an hussar captain writes three farewell letters to his colonel, his fiancée and to the judge. The letters reach their receivers before he can consummate his plans, and all of them quickly react.
11. Il feroce Saladino (1937)
90 min | Comedy
An old comedian is obliged to work as a servant. He meets a young woman who dreams of theatre career. Old man decides to set to stage a comic piece, Il Feroce Saladino. The young woman may see her dreams come true.
13. Seconda B (1934)
Film set in the 1910s, in an Italian school. A male school teacher falls in love with the female gymnastics teacher at the school. She is attracted to him, but their students attempt to sabotage the prospective romance.
15. L'ha fatto una signora (1938)
75 min | Comedy
Luca is a taxi driver who lives with his wife Rosa, a serious and authoritarian woman, and the young daughter Maria. The latter is in love with Nino, a variety actor.
18. Nonna Felicita (1938)
76 min | Comedy
Twenty years after the beginning of their collaboration, Felicita Colombo and Count Scotti continue to successfully deal with the delicatessen. The count has now abandoned all arrogance and works willingly.