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Giovanni Vitrotti

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Years active  1906 - 1953
Name  Giovanni Vitrotti
Role  Cinematographer

Born  1 May 1874 (1874-05-01) Turin, Italy
Occupation  Cinematographer Film director
Died  December 1, 1966, Rome, Italy
Movies  The Last Days of Pompeii, Mountains on Fire, Quo Vadis
Similar People  Luigi Maggi, Karl Hartl, Luis Trenker, Richard Oswald, Luigi Zampa

Silent Film - L' Orfanella di Messina -1909


Giovanni Vitrotti (1874–1966) was an Italian cinematographer and film director who worked prolifically in Italian films from the silent era onwards. He made films in a number of other countries like Germany, Russia and Poland.

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Selected filmography

Cinematographer

  • The Last Days of Pompeii (1908)
  • The Ravine of Death (1923)
  • Quo Vadis? (1924)
  • The Man on the Comet (1925)
  • Ship in Distress (1925)
  • The Priest from Kirchfeld (1926)
  • The Woman from the Folies Bergères (1927)
  • Behind the Altar (1927)
  • Forbidden Love (1927)
  • The Merry Farmer (1927)
  • The Last Performance of the Circus Wolfson (1928)
  • Vienna, City of My Dreams (1928)
  • Villa Falconieri (1928)
  • Folly of Love (1928)
  • A Girl with Temperament (1928)
  • The Sinner (1928)
  • Leontine's Husbands (1928)
  • The Third Confession (1929)
  • I Lost My Heart on a Bus (1929)
  • Two People (1930)
  • Mountains on Fire (1931)
  • A Storm Over Zakopane (1931)
  • Zaganella and the Cavalier (1932)
  • The Gift of the Morning (1932)
  • Three Lucky Fools (1933)
  • Villafranca (1934)
  • The Four Musketeers (1936)
  • The Countess of Parma (1936)
  • Forbidden Music (1942)
  • Dagli Appennini alle Ande (1943)
  • Buffalo Bill in Rome (1949)
  • Against the Law (1950)
  • References

    Giovanni Vitrotti Wikipedia


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