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Carla Del Poggio

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Occupation  Actress
Years active  1940–1966

Name  Carla Poggio
Role  Theatre actress
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Full Name  Maria Luisa Attanasio
Born  2 December 1925 (1925-12-02) Naples, Italy
Died  October 14, 2010, Rome, Italy
Spouse  Alberto Lattuada (m. 1945–2005)
Parents  Maria Pia Attanasio, Ugo Attanasio
Movies  The Lights of Variety, Without Pity, Maddalena - Zero for Conduct, Rome 11:00, The Bandit
Similar People  Alberto Lattuada, John Kitzmiller, Giuseppe De Santis, Giulietta Masina, Tullio Pinelli

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Carla Del Poggio (2 December 1925 – 14 October 2010) was an Italian cinema, theatre, and television actress.

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Biography

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Born Maria Luisa Attanasio in Naples, she was the wife of Italian director Alberto Lattuada for 60 years, from 2 April 1945 until his death 3 July 2005. She died on 14 October 2010, aged 84, from undisclosed causes.

Filmography

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  • Maddalena, Zero for Conduct, by Vittorio De Sica (1940)
  • The Man on the Street , by Roberto Roberti (1941)
  • La scuola dei timidi, by Carlo Ludovico Bragaglia (1941)
  • Un garibaldino al convento, by Vittorio De Sica (1942)
  • C'è sempre un ma!, by Luigi Zampa (1942)
  • Violette nei capelli, by Carlo Ludovico Bragaglia (1942)
  • Incontri di notte, by Nunzio Malasomma (1943)
  • Signorinette, by Luigi Zampa (nel ruolo di Renata) (1943)
  • Tre ragazze cercano marito, by Duilio Coletti (1943)
  • L'angelo e il diavolo, by Mario Camerini (1946)
  • Umanità, by Jack Salvatori (1946)
  • Il bandito, by Alberto Lattuada (1946)
  • Caccia tragica, by Giuseppe De Santis (1947)
  • Gioventù perduta, by Pietro Germi (1947)
  • Senza pietà, by Alberto Lattuada (1948)
  • Il Mulino del Po, by Alberto Lattuada (1949)
  • Cavalcade of Heroes, by Mario Costa (1950)
  • Luci del varietà, by Alberto Lattuada and Federico Fellini (1950)
  • Il Sentiero dell'odio, by Sergio Grieco (1951)
  • Sigillo rosso, by Flavio Calzavara (1951)
  • La Ragazza di Trieste (Les Loups chassent la nuit), by Bernard Borderie (1951)
  • The Ungrateful Heart, by Guido Brignone (1951)
  • Wolves Hunt at Night (1952)
  • Tormento del passato, by Mario Bonnard (1952)
  • Roma 11 o'clock, by Giuseppe De Santis (1952)
  • Immortal Melodies, by Giacomo Gentilomo (1952)
  • Bufere, by Guido Brignone (1952)
  • Cose da pazzi, by Georg Wilhelm Pabst (1953)
  • Le Secret d'Hélène Marimon (1954)
  • L'eroe della Vandea (Les Révoltès de Lomanach), by Richard Pottier (1954)
  • Il tradimento di Elena Marimon (Le Secret d'Helene Marimon), by Henri Calef
  • The Wanderers, by Hugo Fregonese (1956)

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