|Three Nights of Love|
|Directed by|| Renato Castellani |
|Produced by||Silvio Clementelli|
|Written by|| Franco Castellano |
|Starring|| Adolfo Celi |
Enrico Maria Salerno
|Cinematography|| Roberto Gerardi |
|Edited by|| Jolanda Benvenuti |
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