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.
Title: Ettore Fieramosca
Country of origin: Italy
Duration: 114 min
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
Produced by Nimbus Film by Vincenzo Genesis and Attilio factors, the film was shot for the Interior Titanus the Farnesina in Rome.