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His Last Twelve Hours

His Last Twelve Hours
Directed by Luigi Zampa
Produced by Carlo Civallero
Written by Cesare Zavattini
Suso Cecchi d'Amico
Vitaliano Brancati
Starring Jean Gabin
Music by Nino Rota
Cinematography Carlo Montuori
Editing by Eraldo Da Roma
Release date(s) 14 February 1951
Running time 81 minutes
Country Italy
Language Italian

His Last Twelve Hours (Italian: È più facile che un cammello...) is a 1951 drama film directed by Luigi Zampa and starring Jean Gabin.[1]

Cast

  • Jean Gabin - Carlo Bacchi
  • Mariella Lotti - Margot, Bacchi's wife
  • Julien Carette - Amedeo Santini
  • Elli Parvo - Lidia Guidi, Bacchi's friend
  • Antonella Lualdi - Maria
  • Paola Borboni - Luisa
  • Carlo Sposito - The Duke Sorino (as Carletto Sposito)
  • Marga Cella - Mrs. Gigliosi
  • Fausto Guerzoni - A worker
  • Piero Pastore - A working trade unionist
  • Dante Maggio - The cobbler
  • Enrico Luzi - Witness of the accident
  • Dino Raffaelli - Giuseppe
  • Bella Starace Sainati - Luisa, Bacchi's aunt
  • Bice Valori - Witness of the accident

References

External links

  • Internet Movie Database
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