Cab Number 13

Cab Number 13
Directed by Mario Mattoli
Raoul André
Written by Xavier de Montépin
André Hugon
Jacques Rastier
Starring Vera Carmi
Cinematography Raymond Agnel
Jan Stallich
Editing by Jeanne Rongier
Fernando Tropea
Release date(s) 26 February 1948
Running time 90 minutes
Country Italy
Language Italian

Cab Number 13 (Italian: Il fiacre n. 13) is a 1948 drama film directed by Mario Mattoli and starring Vera Carmi.[1]

Cast

  • Vera Carmi - Jeanne Herblet (segments "Delitto" & "Castigo")
  • Ginette Leclerc - Claudia (segments "Delitto" & "Castigo")
  • Sandro Ruffini - Pietro Thefar (segments "Delitto" & "Castigo")
  • Marcel Herrand - Georges de la Tour Vaudieu (segments "Delitto" & "Castigo")
  • Leonardo Cortese - Andrea (segments "Delitto" & "Castigo")
  • Vira Silenti - Mathilde
  • Flavia Grande - Olivia
  • Pierre Larquey - Pierre Loriot, il cocchiere (segments "Delitto" & "Castigo")
  • Raymond Bussières - Jean Jeudi (segments "Delitto" & "Castigo")
  • Achille Millo - Louis
  • Patrizia Muriel - Berthe Marois
  • Achille Majeroni - Le professeur Charcot
  • Paul Demange - Plume d'Oie
  • Galeazzo Benti - Le commissaire Portier
  • Henri Nassiet - Le duc de la Tour Vaudieu (segments "Delitto" & "Castigo")
  • Roldano Lupi - L'amant de Claudia (segments "Delitto" & "Castigo")

References

External links

  • Internet Movie Database
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