|To Live in Peace|
|Directed by||Luigi Zampa|
|Written by|| Suso Cecchi d'Amico |
|Produced by|| Clemente Fracassi |
|Starring|| Aldo Fabrizi |
|Cinematography|| Carlo Montuori |
|Edited by||Adriana Novelli|
|Music by||Nino Rota|
|Distributed by||Lux Film|
|11 September 1947|
|Box office||126 million lira|
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