|Directed by||Guido Brignone|
|Produced by||Livio Pavanelli|
|Edited by||Giuseppe Fatigati|
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To Live (Italian: Vivere!) is a 1937 Italian musical drama film directed by Guido Brignone and starring Tito Schipa, Caterina Boratto and Nino Besozzi. The film is noted for its title song, composed by Cesare A. Bixio.It was distributed by the Italian subsidiary of MGM.
Paola Borboni was an Italian stage and film actress whose career spanned nine decades of cinema.
The Lady in White is a 1938 Italian comedy film directed by Mario Mattoli and starring Elsa Merlini, Nino Besozzi and Enrico Viarisio. The film's sets were designed by the art director Piero Filippone. It was shot at the Farnesina Studios of Titanus in Rome.
Mille chilometri al minuto! is a 1939 Italian comedy film directed by Mario Mattoli and starring Nino Besozzi.
Caterina Boratto was an Italian film actress. She appeared in 50 films between 1936 and 1993.
Le inchieste del commissario Maigret is an Italian television series based on the detective fiction of Georges Simenon about the police commissaire Jules Maigret, portrayed by Gino Cervi, directed by Mario Landi, in sixteen episodes, produced by RAI. Shot in black and white, the series was very successful: the last season (1972) was followed by eighteen and a half million viewers.
Department Store is a 1939 Italian comedy film directed by Mario Camerini.
Three Lucky Fools is a 1933 French-Italian comedy film directed by Mario Bonnard and starring Tito Schipa, Eduardo De Filippo, and Fred Pasquali. It marked the film debut of Assia Noris, who went on to be a leading Italian star.
The Charmer is a 1931 Italian comedy film directed by Guido Brignone and starring Armando Falconi, Tina Lattanzi and Ada Dondini. It is part of the White Telephone genre of films. It was shot at the Cines Studios in Rome.
Seconda B is a 1934 Italian comedy film directed by Goffredo Alessandrini and starring Sergio Tofano, Dina Perbellini and María Denis. It was screened at the Venice Film Festival where it was awarded a prize. It started a trend for "schoolgirl comedies" during the Fascist era, targeted primarily at girls and young women audiences. The title itself refers to a school class. The film is set in the early 1910s.
Anthony of Padua is a 1949 Italian historical drama film directed by Pietro Francisci and starring Aldo Fiorelli, Silvana Pampanini and Carlo Giustini. The film portrays the life of Anthony of Padua (1195–1231).
Goodbye Youth is a 1940 Italian drama film directed by Ferdinando Maria Poggioli and starring María Denis, Adriano Rimoldi and Clara Calamai. The film was adapted from the 1911 play of the same name by Nino Oxilia and Sandro Camasio, which had been adapted into films on three previous occasions. The film was a breakthrough role for Calamai who emerged as a leading star of Italian cinema during the 1940s. It was made at the Cinecittà studios in Rome and the Fert Studios in Turin.
The Ancestor is a 1936 Italian comedy film directed by Guido Brignone and starring Antonio Gandusio, Paola Barbara and Mercedes Brignone. It is an adaptation of a play by Carlo Veneziani, and was made at the Palatino Studios in Rome.
Baron Carlo Mazza is a 1948 Italian musical comedy film directed by Guido Brignone and starring Nino Taranto, Silvana Pampanini and Enzo Turco. The film's art direction was by Virgilio Marchi.
The Peddler and the Lady is a 1943 Italian comedy film directed by Mario Bonnard and starring Aldo Fabrizi, Caterina Boratto and Anna Magnani.
Before the Jury is a 1931 Italian crime film directed by Guido Brignone and starring Marcella Albani, Lia Franca and Carlo Ninchi. It was made at the Cines Studios in Rome. The film is a precursor to the later genre of Giallo films.
Thirty Seconds of Love is a 1936 Italian romantic comedy film directed by Mario Bonnard and starring Nino Besozzi, Elsa Merlini and Enrico Viarisio.
Paradise is a 1932 Italian comedy film directed by Guido Brignone and starring Nino Besozzi, Sandra Ravel and Lamberto Picasso. It was part of a group of "White Telephone" films made during the decade. It was produced by Cines, the largest Italian film studio at the time.
One Night with You is a 1932 Italian comedy film directed by Ferruccio Biancini and E. W. Emo and starring Elsa Merlini, Nino Besozzi, and Ugo Ceseri. It was made as a MLV, with a German version Little Girl, Great Fortune also released.
Kean is a 1940 Italian historical drama film directed by Guido Brignone and starring Rossano Brazzi, Germana Paolieri. and Sandro Salvini. It is based on the 1836 play Kean by Alexandre Dumas portraying the life of the English actor Edmund Kean.
Marcella is a 1937 Italian drama film directed by Guido Brignone and starring Emma Gramatica, Caterina Boratto and Antonio Centa. It is based on a play by Victorien Sardou.