The Wanderers (1956 film)

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The Wanderers
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Directed by Hugo Fregonese
Written by
Produced by
Cinematography Alvaro Mancori
Music by Angelo Francesco Lavagnino
  • Iniziative Cinematografiche Internazionali
  • Villani-Rossini
Release date
18 July 1956
Running time
95 minutes
Language Italian

The Wanderers (Italian:I girovaghi) is a 1956 Italian drama film directed by Hugo Fregonese and starring Peter Ustinov, Carla Del Poggio and Abbe Lane. [1] The film's sets were designed by the art director Luigi Scaccianoce.



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  1. Moliterno p.111