The Castle Ball

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The Castle Ball
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Directed by Max Neufeld
Produced byCarlo Della Posta
Written by Oreste Biancoli
Carlo Della Posta
Starring Alida Valli
Antonio Centa
Carlo Lombardi
Music by Armando Fragna
Cinematography Václav Vích
Edited by Giuseppe Fatigati
Production
company
Italcine
Distributed byIndustrie Cinematografiche Italiane
Release date
1939
Running time
95 minutes
CountryItaly
Language Italian

The Castle Ball or Ball at the Castle (Italian: Ballo al castello) is a 1939 Italian romantic comedy film directed by Max Neufeld and starring Alida Valli, Antonio Centa and Carlo Lombardi. [1]

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The film's sets were designed by the art director Ottavio Scotti.

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  1. Nowell-Smith p.119

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