Three Nights of Love

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Three Nights of Love
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Directed by Renato Castellani
Luigi Comencini
Franco Rossi
Written by Franco Castellano
Marcello Fondato
Massimo Franciosa
Produced by Silvio Clementelli
Starring Catherine Spaak
Enrico Maria Salerno
Adolfo Celi
Cinematography Roberto Gerardi
Mario Montuori
Edited by Jolanda Benvenuti
Renato Cinquini
Giorgio Serrallonga
Release date
  • 1964 (1964)
Running time
100 minutes

Three Nights of Love (Italian : Tre notti d'amore) is a 1964 omnibus comedy film in three segments directed by Renato Castellani, Luigi Comencini and Franco Rossi and starring Catherine Spaak, Enrico Maria Salerno and Adolfo Celi. [1]



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  1. Sandra Brennan (2008). "New York Times: Three Nights of Love". Movies & TV Dept. The New York Times . Baseline & All Movie Guide. Archived from the original on 21 May 2008. Retrieved 26 August 2008.