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Amici per la pelle

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Title: Amici per la pelle  
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Subject: 1955 in film, BAFTA Award for Best Film, Franco Rossi (director), Geronimo Meynier, Leonardo Benvenuti, Ignazio Leone
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Amici per la pelle

Amici per la pelle
Theatrical release poster
Directed by Franco Rossi
Produced by Carlo Civallero
Written by Ottavio Alessi
Leonardo Benvenuti
Music by Nino Rota
Cinematography Gábor Pogány
Editing by Otello Colangeli
Distributed by Cinès
Producciones Cinematográficas Ariel
Diana Cinematografica
Release date(s) 16 September 1955
Running time 100 minutes
Country Italy
Language Italian

Amici per la pelle also known as Amis pour la vie in France is a 1955 BAFTA nominated Italian and French comedy-drama film directed by Franco Rossi.


  • Geronimo Meynier ... Mario
  • Andrea Sciré ... Franco
  • Vera Carmi ... La madre di Mario
  • Luigi Tosi ... Il padre di Mario
  • Carlo Tamberlani ... Il padre di Franco
  • Paolo Ferrara.. Professore Martinelli
  • Marcella Rovena ... Professoressa di inglese
  • Leonilde Montesi ... Professoressa di latino
  • Ignazio Leone ... Professore di ginnastica
  • Maria Chiara Bettinali ... Margherita
  • Isabella Nobili ... Alunna
  • Renata Bousquet ... Alunna
  • Roberto Illuminati ... Alunno
  • Emilio Telve... Alunno
  • Angelo Bizzoni ... Alunno
  • Vittorio Casali ... Alunno
  • Giancarlo Margheriti ... Alunno
  • Giancarlo Tiburzi ... Alunno

External links

  • Internet Movie Database
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