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Added by rickterenzi on 24 Sep 2013 05:40
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Actresses And Models_33_1930s, 1940s, 1950s, 1960s

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Wanda Osiris (aka la Wandissima), Italian revue star.


Gino Boccasile's artwork for the revue show Follie D'America (Follies of America, 1938-1939), starring Wanda Osiris (as Vanda Osiri) and Macario.

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Nelly Corradi, Italian opera singer (soprano) and movie actress.


Poster of the movie version of Gaetano Donizetti's Lucia Di Lammermoor (1835), directed by Piero Ballerini in 1946.
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Chiaretta Gelli, Italian classic vocal pop singer and comedy actress.


Movie poster for Raffaello Matarazzo's Il Birichino Di Papà (Daddy's rascal, 1943), a comedy starring Chiaretta Gelli.
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Average listal rating (6 ratings) 7.7 IMDB Rating 0

Vera Carmi, Italian movie actress.


Movie poster of Carlo Ludovico Bragaglia's Il Fidanzato Di Mia Moglie (My wife's fiancè, 1943), a comedy starring Vera Carmi and Leonardo Cortese.
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Marisa Vernati, Italian revue and comedy actress.


Movie poster for Gian Paolo Rosmini's Le Signorine Della Villa Accanto (The girls next villa, 1942), a comedy starring Marisa Vernati, Antonio Ganduso and Peppino De Filippo.
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Adriana Serra, Italian movie actress. Winner of the national beauty contest 5000 Lire Per Un Sorriso (5000 liras for a smile) in 1941.

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Average listal rating (4 ratings) 7.5 IMDB Rating 0

Elli Parvo, Italian movie actress.


Picture from Roberto Rossellini and Marcello Pagliero's Desiderio (Desire), a drama starring Elli Parvo, Massimo Girotti and Roswita Schmidt. The movie was filmed in 1943 and released in 1946. In the first edition, it included a topless sequence played by Elli Parvo. For this reason, the movie was censored and re-released in 1947.






Elli Parvo (left) and Roswita Schmidt.


Elli Parvo and Massimo Girotti.


U.S. ad for Roberto Rossellini and Marcello Pagliero's Desiderio (U.S. title: Woman, circa 1950).
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