The Red Cloak

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The Red Cloak
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Argentine poster
Directed by Giuseppe Maria Scotese
Written by Jacopo Corsi
Pierre Kast
Riccardo Pazzaglia
Albino Principe
France Roche
Guglielmo Santangelo
Produced by Albino Principe
Elios Vercelloni
Starring Patricia Medina
Fausto Tozzi
Jean Murat
Bruce Cabot
Cinematography Bitto Albertini
Edited by Renzo Lucidi
Music by Gino Marinuzzi Jr.
Centro Cinema
Franca Film
Trio Film
Release date
  • 17 September 1955 (1955-09-17)
Running time
102 minutes
Languages Italian

The Red Cloak (Italian: Il mantello rosso) is a 1955 French-Italian historical adventure film directed by Giuseppe Maria Scotese and starring Patricia Medina, Fausto Tozzi and Jean Murat. [1]



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  1. Italian Sword and Sandal Films, 1908–1990 p.134