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"Tempo"_22 (Italian Magazine)

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Virna Lisi (3rd February 1965).
Comedy star Giovanna Ralli (20th January 1955).
Comedy star Maria Luisa Mangini, aka Dorian Gray (10th June 1958).
Comedy star Sylva Koscina (2nd December 1958).
Movie actress Scilla Gabel (real name: Gianfranca Gabellini) (1st July 1961).
Scilla Gabel started her showbiz career as Sophia Loren's body double.
Comedy star Sylva Koscina (26th May 1962).
Movie actress Daniela Rocca (25th May 1963).
Greek movie actress, naturalized Italian, Evi Marandi (real name: Eyh Maranih) (11th July 1964).
Claudia Cardinale (28th April 1965).
Stefania Sandrelli (25th August 1965).
Alba Rigazzi, Miss Italia 1965 (17th November 1965).
Alba Rigazzi is the younger sister of Layla Rigazzi, Miss Italia 1960.
Movie and TV actress Maria Grazia Spina (real name: Maria Grazia Spinazzi) (15th December 1965).
Movie actress Maria Grazia Buccella (23rd February 1966).
Comedy star Sylva Koscina (10th August 1966).
German variety star Alice and Ellen Kessler (7th February 1967).
In the 1960s, Alice and Ellen Kessler were among the most popular TV celebrities in Italy, both as presenters and as guest stars. In 1967, they starred, with theatre and movie star Enrico Maria Salerno, in Pietro Garinei and Sandro Giovannini's successful theatre musical comedy Viola, violino e viola d'amore (Italian title: Viola, violin and viola d'amore).
Variety star Raffaella Carrà (real name: Raffaella Pelloni) (9th May 1967).
Movie actress Marilù Tolo (real name: Maria Lucia Tolo) (16th May 1967).
Polish model and movie actress Magda Konopka (real name: Magdalena Novina Konopka) (1st August 1967).
Magda Konopka played in many genre movies in Italy.
Movie actress Gianna Serra (8th August 1967).
Comedy star Sylva Koscina (3rd October 1967).
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Tempo (Time) was an Italian weekly newsmagazine whose first issue was published on 7th June 1939 (although the date of the 1st July is printed on the cover). It was published by Arnoldo Mondadori Editore (Arnoldo Mondadori Publishing) from 1939 to 1946; from this year, it was published by Aldo Palazzi Editore.
Tempo was one of the most popular Italian newsmagazines from the 1940s to the 1960s.
Above: cover of the first issue, about the daily work of a miner (1st July 1939).

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