Three Forbidden Stories

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Three Forbidden Stories
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Directed by Augusto Genina
Written by Augusto Genina
Vitaliano Brancati
Ercole Patti
Mino Maccari
Ivo Perilli
Release date
  • 1952 (1952)
Language Italian

Three Forbidden Stories (Italian : Tre storie proibite) is a 1952 Italian drama film directed by Augusto Genina.


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