Maria Luisa Mangini's Comedies
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Movie poster for Camillo Mastrocinque's Totò, Peppino E La Malafemmina (1956), starring Italian revue and comedy stars Antonio De Curtis (aka Totò) and Peppino De Filippo, Dorian Gray and Italian crooner Teddy Reno.
Malafemmena is most successful Totò's work as a songwriter: it was composed in 1951 and had many versions sung by popular singers in the following decades.
Teddy Reno and Dorian Gray.
Dorian Gray, Peppino De Filippo and Totò.
Peppino De Filippo, Dorian Gray and Totò.
Domenica è sempre domenica (1958)
Movie poster for Camillo Mastrocinques's Domenica E' Sempre Domenica (1958), starring Italian comedy stars Mario Riva, Alberto Sordi, Vittorio De Sica, Lorella De Luca and Dorian Gray.
Dorian Gray, Alberto Sordi and Mario Riva.
Movie poster for Mario Camerini's Crimen (1960; crimen is Latin for crime), starring Italian movie stars Alberto Sordi, Vittorio Gassman, Nino Manfredi, Dorian Gray, Silvana Mangano and Franca Valeri.
Dorian Gray and Vittorio Gassman.
Movie poster for Giorgio Bianchi's La Via Del Successo...Con Le Donne-Io Piaccio (Italian title: The road for success...with women-I am liked; 1955), starring Italian revue and comedy stars Walter Chiari, Aldo Fabrizi and Peppino De Filippo, Dorian Gray and Italian movie actress Bianca Maria Fusari.
Lobby card for La Via Del Successo...Con Le Donne-Io Piaccio featuring, from the left, Dorian Gray, Walter Chiari, Bianca Maria Fusari and Aldo Fabrizi.
Dorian Gray in La Via Del Successo...Con Le Donne-Io Piaccio.
Movie poster for Giorgio Bianchi's Gli Attendenti (Italian title: The batmen, 1961), starring Italian comedy stars Vittorio De Sica, Renato Rascel, Gino Cervi, Dorian Gray, Vicky Ludovisi and Lelio Luttazzi.
Dorian Gray and Lelio Luttazzi.
Mogli pericolose (1958)
Movie poster for Luigi Comencini's Mogli Pericolose (Italian title: Dangerous wives, 1958), starring Italian comedy stars Nino Taranto, Renato Salvatori, Mario Carotenuto, Sylva Koscina, Dorian Gray and Giorgia Moll.
Giorgia Moll and Dorian Gray.
Dorian Gray and Giorgia Moll.
Le sorprese dell'amore (1959)
Above and below: movie posters for Luigi Comencini's Le Sorprese Dell'Amore (Italian title: The surprises of love, 1959), starring Italian comedy stars Dorian Gray, Sylva Koscina, Anna Maria Ferrero, Walter Chiari, Franco Fabrizi and Valeria Fabrizi.
Il mattatore (1960)
Movie poster for Dino Risi's Il Mattatore (1960), starring Italian movie star Vittorio Gassman, Dorian Gray and Italian revue and comedy star Peppino De Filippo.
Mattatore is used in ironic sense to denote a person (usually a male) who always tries to be at the centre of attention.
Peppino De Filippo and Dorian Gray.
Dorian Gray and Italian comedy actor Luigi Pavese.
Dorian Gray in Il Mattatore.
Maria Luisa Mangini, aka Dorian Gray.
Selected comedies starring 1950s and 1960s Italian comedy star Maria Luisa Mangini, aka Dorian Gray.
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