A Wife in Danger

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A Wife in Danger
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Directed by Max Neufeld
Produced by C.O. Barbieri
Written by Ferruccio Biancini
Alfredo Vanni
Starring Marie Glory
Antonio Centa
Carlo Lombardi
Music by Alessandro Cicognini
Cinematography Anchise Brizzi
Edited by Maria Rosada
Production
company
Astra Film
Distributed by ENIC
Release date
8 June 1939
Running time
87 minutes
CountryItaly
Language Italian

A Wife in Danger (Italian: Una moglie in pericolo) is a 1939 Italian comedy film directed by Max Neufeld and starring Marie Glory, Antonio Centa and Carlo Lombardi. [1] It is a "White Telephone" film, shot at the Cinecittà Studios in Rome.

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  1. Landy p.96

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