Beatrix d'Este (1912)

Beatrice d'Este (original title)
Beatrix D'Este, a beautiful Italian widow, is loved by Orlando, an Italian nobleman, and also by the powerful Duke of Milan. She refuses the duke, who plots to prove to her that her lover ... See full summary »

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Augusto Genina
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Francesca Bertini ... Beatrice d' Este
Giovanni Pezzinga Giovanni Pezzinga ... Obizzo II, duca di Ferrara
Gustavo Serena ... Orlando
Alfredo Campioni Alfredo Campioni ... Galeazzo Visconti
Bovi Campeggi Bovi Campeggi ... Padre Lotario
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Beatrix D'Este, a beautiful Italian widow, is loved by Orlando, an Italian nobleman, and also by the powerful Duke of Milan. She refuses the duke, who plots to prove to her that her lover is false. The plot succeeds and she gives her consent to the duke. Orlando, hearing of this, seeks to die, and the young widow is informed that he has killed himself for love of her. She rushes to him, in her bridal robes, and learns from his own lips that she is the victim of treachery. Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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Short | Drama

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Country:

Italy

Language:

Italian

Release Date:

3 September 1912 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Silent

Color:

Black and White (Pathécolor) (hand-colored)

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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The idea seems to be to call back these long-dead players of life's real drama
29 January 2017 | by deickemeyerSee all my reviews

This producing company has released during the past few weeks a number of pictures giving romantic stories taken from Italian history. All of them, including this of today, have had for their backgrounds the beautiful palaces and gardens, with their columned porches, grand stairways, etc., that the old-time heroes and heroines actually saw. The idea seems to be to call back these long-dead players of life's real drama and to make them as nearly as art will permit, live once more their stories for us. It is done in the costumes of the time and is gorgeously colored. This picture, with its fairly dramatic story, its beautiful scenes and accurate settings, is an excellent offering for the public. It is instructive and it is also entertaining. - The Moving Picture World, September 14, 1912


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