Ettore Fieramosca

 

Inspired by the famous challenge of Barletta and the figure of Ettore Fieramosca, the movie has an epic inspiration and an imprint nationalistic Fascist-era hierarchies that were markedly. The film consecrated the fame of one of the greatest interpreters of Italian prewar cinema: Osvaldo Valenti, who distinguished himself in the role of the cynical. He had a part in the film even Gen. John Mali, master at arms caught thefencing Academy at the Foro Italico in Rome, Bal wanted him as stand-in for Osvaldo Valenti during the filming of the duels.

 

 

Film notes

 

Title: Ettore Fieramosca

Country of origin: Italy

Year: 1938

Duration: 114 min

Color: Black/White

Audio: Sound

Genre: Drama, Historical, Epic

Director: Alessandro Blasetti

Subject: Massimo D'azeglio

Screenplay: Alessandro Blasetti, Cesare Vico Lodovici, Augusto Mazzetti

Manufacturer: Nembo Film

Photography: Mario Albertelli

Editing: Alessandro Blasetti, Ignazio Ferronetti

Music: Alessandro Cicognini

Art Director: Joseph Procehddu, Octavian Scotti

Costumes: Vittorio Nino Novarese

  

Actors

 

Gino Cervi

Mario Ferrari

Elisa Cegani

Osvaldo Valenti

Lamberto Picasso

Corrado Racca

Clara Calamai

Umberto Sacripante

Carlo Duse

Mario Mazza 

Andrea Checchi

Darwin River

 Arnoldo Foà

Otello Toso 

Giovanni Onorato

Mario Gallina

Gemma Bolognesi

Renato Chiantoni

Amedeo Trilli

Diana Lante

Tao Ferrari

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Notes

 

Produced by Nimbus Film by Vincenzo Genesis and Attilio factors, the film was shot for the Interior Titanus the Farnesina in Rome.