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Everybody's Woman (1934)

La signora di tutti (original title)
Gaby is expelled from school after a married teacher commits suicide after telling her he can't live without her. Though she has done nothing, she is punished for his act.

Director:

Max Ophüls (uncredited)

Writer:

Salvatore Gotta (novel) (as Salvator Gotta)
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Cast

Complete credited cast:
Isa Miranda ... Gabriella Murge, alias Gaby Doriot
Memo Benassi Memo Benassi ... Leonardo Nanni
Tatyana Pavlova ... Alma Nanni (as Tatiana Pawlova)
Friedrich Benfer ... Roberto Nanni (as Federico Benfer)
Franco Coop Franco Coop ... L'impresario Veraldi
Lamberto Picasso Lamberto Picasso ... Signor Murge, padre di Gaby e Anna
Nelly Corradi Nelly Corradi ... Anna Murge
Mario Ferrari ... Il produttore cinamatografico
Mattia Sassanelli Mattia Sassanelli
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Luigi Barberi Luigi Barberi
Gildo Bocci Gildo Bocci ... Il regista
Andrea Checchi ... Un amico di Roberto
Achille Majeroni ... Il portiere del teatro
Alfredo Martinelli Alfredo Martinelli ... Un giornalista
Egisto Olivieri Egisto Olivieri
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Storyline

A famous film star is put under an anesthetic after an attempted suicide and relives her melodramatic past. Written by Anonymous

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hidden treasure directed by Max Ophüls

Max Ophüls directed so many masterpieces with great actor direction in great and sad love stories. All that shot with a virtuoso camera (travellings or real time shots like in "Madame De" or "Letters From An Unknown Woman").

All these masterpieces are available. But there is one hidden masterpiece directed by Max Ophüls and it is one of his first movie : "La Signorra Di Tutti", only available in Italy (where it was shot, Ophüls was an international director). And it is an incredible masterpiece with again some virtuoso cinematography and narration (flashbacks in flashbacks). It is a powerful love drama with insane scenes.

Sure Orson Welles watched it and provided him so many ideas. And 20 years later, Ophüls directed his most well known movie, "Lola Montès", with the same story.

It is urgent to release this hidden treasure for real cinema lovers.


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Country:

Italy

Language:

Italian

Release Date:

25 March 1936 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

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Company Credits

Production Co:

Novella Film See more »
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Sound Mix:

Mono

Aspect Ratio:

1.37 : 1
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