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Ave Ninchi

Ave Ninchi
Born (1915-12-14)14 December 1915
Ancona, Italy
Died 10 November 1997(1997-11-10) (aged 81)
Trieste, Italy
Nationality Italian
Occupation Actress

Ave Ninchi (14 December 1915 - 10 November 1997) was an Italian supporting actress who played character roles on stage, television, and in over 98 feature films that included Tomorrow Is Too Late (1949) and Louis Malle's Lacombe Lucien (1974). She has worked with some of Italy's top movie stars, including Sophia Loren, Marcello Mastroianni, Alberto Sordi, and Gina Lollobrigida; her performances playing in duo with Aldo Fabrizi and Totò are particularly memorable. Her television career was at its peak during the 1960s and 1970s when she was appearing in some of Italy's top-rated series.

Filmography

  • Before Him All Rome Trembled (1946)
  • The Captain's Daughter (1947)
  • Pact with the Devil (1950)
  • Cavalcade of Heroes (1950)
  • Messalina (1951)
  • La Donna serpente
  • Lacombe Lucien
  • Nel mondo di Alice (mini) TV Series
  • Pulp
  • I Due assi del guantone
  • Murmur of the Heart (Le souffle au coeur)
  • Il Furto è l'anima del commercio
  • Sapho ou La fureur d'aimer
  • Il Mulino del Po (mini) TV Series
  • I Due magnifici fresconi
  • House of Cards
  • Il Sole è di tutti
  • Gli altri e noi
  • Non son degno di te
  • Cleopazza
  • Biblioteca di Studio Uno: La primula rossa (TV)
  • In ginocchio da te
  • Las Otoñales
  • Ragazzi dell'hully-gully
  • Il Mulino del Po
  • Le Motorizzate
  • L' assassino si chiama Pompeo
  • Le Magnifiche sette
  • Scandali al mare
  • Walter e i suoi cugini
  • Les Bonnes femmes
  • Plein soleil
  • Le Ambiziose
  • Madri pericolose
  • Un Mandarino per Teo
  • I Teddy boys della canzone
  • Vita col padre e con la madre
  • Le Notti dei Teddy Boys
  • The Nun's Story
  • La Prima notte
  • Le Donne ci tengono assai
  • Prepotenti più di prima
  • I Prepotenti
  • Liebe
  • Il Bigamo
  • Le diciottenni
  • I Pinguini ci guardano
  • L'Air de Paris
  • Delirio
  • La Grande avventura
  • Madonna delle rose
  • Il Matrimonio
  • Una Pelliccia di visone
  • Totò cerca pace
  • Canto per te
  • Condannatelo!
  • La Domenica della buona gente
  • Martin Toccaferro
  • Wir tanzen auf dem Regenbogen
  • Imbarco a mezzanotte
  • La Colpa di una madre
  • È arrivato l'accordatore
  • Gioventù alla sbarra
  • Ho scelto l'amore
  • Papà diventa mamma
  • La Presidentessa
  • Three Girls from Rome (Le ragazze di piazza Spagna)
  • Serenata amara
  • Totò e le donne
  • La Famiglia Passaguai fa fortuna
  • I Sette nani alla riscossa
  • Parigi è sempre Parigi
  • Teresa
  • Bellezze a Capri
  • La Famiglia Passaguai
  • Guardie e ladri
  • Domani è troppo tardi
  • Il Vedovo allegro
  • Cavalcata d'eroi
  • Domenica d'agosto
  • Il Diavolo in convento
  • Sambo
  • Totò cerca moglie
  • Yvonne la nuit
  • Au-delà des grilles
  • Amori e veleni
  • Duello senza onore
  • La Figlia del mendicante
  • Il Patto col diavolo
  • I Peggiori anni della nostra vita
  • I Pompieri di Viggiù
  • Signorinella
  • La Sposa non puo attendere
  • Anni difficili
  • Cuore
  • Emigrantes
  • Natale al campo 119
  • L' Onorevole Angelina
  • La Figlia del capitano
  • Vivere in pace
  • Il Delitto di Giovanni Episcopo
  • Giorno nella vita
  • Avanti a lui tremava tutta Roma
  • Un Uomo ritorna
  • Canto, ma sottovoce
  • Circo equestre Za-bum

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