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Lost in the Dark (1947 film)

Lost in the Dark
Directed by Camillo Mastrocinque
Produced by Fortunato Misiano
Written by Giovanni Bracco
Vittorio De Sica
Camillo Mastrocinque
Fulvio Palmieri
Aldo Vergano
Cesare Zavattini
Starring Vittorio De Sica
Cinematography Renato Del Frate
Editing by Gino Talamo
Release date(s) 1947
Running time 105 minutes
Country Italy
Language Italian

Lost in the Dark (Italian: Sperduti nel buio) is a 1947 Italian drama film directed by Camillo Mastrocinque. It was entered into the 1947 Cannes Film Festival.[1]

Cast

  • Vittorio De Sica - Nunzio
  • Fiorella Betti - Paolina
  • Jacqueline Plessis - Livia
  • Enrico Glori - Paolo Nardone
  • Olga Solbelli - Emilia
  • Pietro Bigerna
  • Anna Corinto - Lolotta
  • Leo Dale
  • Primo Di Gennaro
  • Augusto Di Giovanni
  • Claudio Ermelli
  • Pupella Maggio - (as Giustina Maggio)
  • Annielo Mele
  • Luigi Pavese - Frantz Cardillo
  • Tina Pica
  • Giuseppe Porelli - Giovanni
  • Maria Luisa Reda
  • Alfredo Rizzo
  • Sandro Ruffini
  • Agostino Salvietti
  • Domenico Serra
  • Ettore Zambuto

References

External links

  • Internet Movie Database
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