The First Woman Who Passes

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The First Woman Who Passes
Directed by Max Neufeld
Written by Alessandro De Stefani
Starring Alida Valli
Carlo Lombardi
Niní Gordini Cervi
Lisa Varna
Music by Carlo Innocenzi
Cinematography Tino Santoni
Edited by Vincenzo Zampi
Production
company
Italcine
Distributed by ICI
Release date
26 October 1940
Running time
82 minutes
CountryItaly
Language Italian

The First Woman Who Passes (Italian:La prima donna che passa) is a 1940 Italian historical comedy film directed by Max Neufeld and starring Alida Valli, Carlo Lombardi and Niní Gordini Cervi. The film is set in eighteenth century France. [1] It was made at the Palatino Studios in Rome.

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  1. Gundle p.226

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