|Died||13 January 1961 65–66) (aged|
Nino Marchesini (1895 – 13 January 1961) was an Italian actor.He appeared in more than seventy films from 1931 to 1961.
|1931||La stella del cinema||Direttore di produzione|
|1937||The Ferocious Saladin||Fani|
|1939||We Were Seven Widows||Un ufficiale di bordo|
|L'amore si fa così||Il direttore della Banca|
|Lo vedi come sei... lo vedi come sei?||Il banditore d'asta||Uncredited|
|Le educande di Saint-Cyr||Aubry|
|Antonio Meucci||Il presidente del tribunale|
|The Siege of the Alcazar||Un ufficiale||Uncredited|
|Love Me, Alfredo!|
|Non me lo dire!||Un cliente del negozio|
|The Daughter of the Green Pirate||Il capitano dell'Esperanza|
|Beatrice Cenci||Il castellano dei Colonna|
|1942||Paura d'amare||Il conte Mariani|
|Invisible Chains||Un membro del consiglio d'amministrazione|
|A che servono questi quattrini?||Mattia, il maggiordomo del marchese|
|M.A.S.||Il comandante Ascerti|
|Fedora||Il secondo servo di casa Yariskine|
|The Countess of Castiglione||Connot|
|I due Foscari||Il pubblico ministero|
|Colpi di timone||Enrico Negri|
|La donna del peccato|
|1943||Dagli Appennini alle Ande||Il comandante della nave|
|The White Angel||Il rettore del collegio|
|Enrico IV||Un amico di Belcredi|
|1944||La fornarina: Vida e Amores de Rafael||Il governatore di Roma|
|1945||The Ten Commandments|
|1947||La revanche de Baccarat|
|La mascotte dei diavoli blu|
|Baron Carlo Mazza||Il nuovo rico|
|1950||Paolo e Francesca||Count Guido|
|Toto Looks for a Wife||Il signor Marco|
|La figlia del mendicante|
|Figaro Here, Figaro There||Mario|
|Bluebeard's Six Wives||Ispettore|
|Lo Zappatore||Padre Di Carlo|
|1951||Nobody's Children||Il medico|
|1952||Who Is Without Sin||Il maresciallo||Uncredited|
|1953||Noi peccatori||Il direttore dell'ospedale|
|Siamo ricchi e poveri|
|Concert of Intrigue||Il colonello medico|
|The Pilgrim of Love||Presidente MFU|
|Il barcaiolo di Amalfi|
|Trieste cantico d'amore||conte Claudio|
|Peppino e la vecchia signora|
|La campana di San Giusto|
|I cinque dell'Adamello|
|1955||The Miller's Beautiful Wife||Il barone|
|Cantami buongiorno tristezza||Commendator Salviati|
|1956||Storia di una minorenne|
|I miliardari||Ruggero Lovatelli|
|1957||Io, Caterina||Gregorio XI|
|1959||Conspiracy of the Borgias|
|Il cavaliere senza terra|
|The Black Archer||Ser Alvise|
|1962||Hawk of the Caribbean||Viceking of Santa Cruz||(final film role)|
Abandonment is a 1940 Italian historical drama film directed by Mario Mattoli and starring Corinne Luchaire, George Rigaud and Maria Denis. It was shot at the Cinecittà Studios in Rome. The film's sets were designed by the art director Guido Fiorini.
The Miller's Beautiful Wife is a 1955 Italian comedy film directed by Mario Camerini.
Toto Looks for a Wife is a 1950 Italian comedy film directed by Carlo Ludovico Bragaglia and starring Totò, Ave Ninchi and Marisa Merlini.
Lo Zappatore is a 1950 Italian film directed by Rate Furlan.
Nobody's Children is a 1951 French-Italian melodrama film directed by Raffaello Matarazzo and starring Amedeo Nazzari, Yvonne Sanson and Françoise Rosay. It is one of a series of melodramas co-starring Nazzari and Sanson, which were very popular at the box office. The owner of a marble quarry falls in love with the daughter with one of his employees, and they have a baby together. However his mother attempts to sabotage the relationship with tragic consequences.
Who is Without Sin is a 1952 Italian melodrama film by Raffaello Matarazzo and starring Yvonne Sanson, Amedeo Nazzari and Françoise Rosay. It is an adaptation of the novel Geneviève by Alphonse de Lamartine. It was part of a series of romantic melodramas that Nazzari and Sanson appeared in during the 1950s.
The Daughter of the Green Pirate is a 1940 Italian adventure film directed by Enrico Guazzoni and starring Doris Duranti, Fosco Giachetti and Camillo Pilotto. It was shot partly at the Pisorno Studios in Tirrenia. The film was based on a novel by Emilio Salgari. The son of a Spanish Governor in South America volunteers for an undercover mission to infiltrate a gang of notorious pirates.
Baron Carlo Mazza is a 1948 Italian musical comedy film directed by Guido Brignone and starring Nino Taranto, Silvana Pampanini and Enzo Turco. The film's art direction was by Virgilio Marchi.
Antonio Meucci is a 1940 Italian historical film directed by Enrico Guazzoni and starring Luigi Pavese, Leda Gloria, and Nerio Bernardi. It portrays the life of Antonio Meucci, the nineteenth century inventor and supporter of Giuseppe Garibaldi. The film was shot at the Cinecittà Studios in Rome.
Beatrice Cenci is a 1941 Italian historical drama film directed by Guido Brignone and starring Carola Höhn, Giulio Donadio and Tina Lattanzi. It is one of several films portraying the story of the sixteenth century Italian noblewoman Beatrice Cenci.
Torna! is a 1953 Italian melodrama film directed by Raffaello Matarazzo and starring Amedeo Nazzari and Yvonne Sanson.
I cinque dell'Adamello is a 1954 Italian war drama film written and directed by Pino Mercanti and starring Fausto Tozzi and Nadia Gray.
Finalmente libero! is a 1953 Italian comedy film written and directed by Mario Amendola and Ruggero Maccari and starring Carlo Dapporto and Nadia Gray.
La signorina is a 1942 Italian romance-drama film directed by László Kish and starring Loredana and Nino Besozzi. It is based on a novel by Gerolamo Rovetta.
La Fornarina is a 1944 Italian historical drama film directed by Enrico Guazzoni and starring Lída Baarová. It is loosely based on real life events of Raphael's model Margarita Luti.
Dagli Appennini alle Ande is a 1943 Italian drama film directed by Flavio Calzavara, starring Cesare Barbetti, Leda Gloria, Nino Pavese, Margherita Del Plata and Cesco Baseggio. It tells the story of the young boy Marco who secretly embarks from Genoa to reach his mother in Argentina. The film is based on the story with the same title from Edmondo De Amicis's book Heart. The story has been adapted for film multiple times both before and after.
A che servono questi quattrini? is a 1942 Italian comedy film directed by Esodo Pratelli and starring Eduardo and Peppino De Filippo. It is an adaptation of a play with the same name by Armando Curcio that two years earlier the De Filippo brothers had played on stage with massive success and critical acclaim.
The Beggar's Daughter is a 1950 Italian historical melodrama film directed by Carlo Campogalliani and starring Paola Barbara, Franca Maj and Steve Barclay. It is based on a novel of the same name by Carolina Invernizio.
Conspiracy of the Borgias is a 1959 Italian historical drama film directed by Antonio Racioppi and starring Frank Latimore, Constance Smith and Gisèle Gallois.
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