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Il fanciullo del West

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Directed by  Giorgio Ferroni
Starring  Erminio Macario
Edited by  Vittorio Solito
Director  Giorgio Ferroni
Production company  Scalera Film
Cast  Erminio Macario
Produced by  Mario Borghi
Music by  Amedeo Escobar
Initial release  1942
Music director  Amedeo Escobar
Cinematography  Sergio Pesce
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Written by  Leo Bomba Gian Paolo Callegari Vittorio Metz Giorgio Ferroni Silvano Castellani Vincenzo Rovi Vincenzo Talarico
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Il fanciullo del West (English: The Boy in the West) is a 1943 Italian comedy film directed by Giorgio Ferroni and starring Erminio Macario. It is named after Puccini's opera and is considered the first western parody of Italian cinema and the precursor of the spaghetti western genre.

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Plot

In an imaginary country of the old west two main local families are in constant rivalry. Lolita del Fuego, courted by the head of a band of brigands, it is rather in love with the scion of the rival family, Mac Carey who, through clashes, ambushes and shootings, manages to thwart the gang and to marry the girl, reconciling the two rival families.

Cast

  • Erminio Macario as Mac Carey
  • Elli Parvo as Lolita de Fuego
  • Giovanni Grasso as Donovan
  • Nino Pavese as Pedro Montes / Drake
  • Adriana Sivieri as Margherita Donovan
  • Egisto Olivieri as Carey
  • Carlo Rizzo as Fuller
  • Tino Scotti as Penna Bianca
  • Nada Fiorelli as Evelina Carey
  • Marisa Valli as Mary Carey
  • Aldo Pini as John Donovan
  • Piero Pastore as William Donovan
  • Renato Capanna as Sheriff
  • Vinicio Sofia as Pierre
  • Giovanni Onorato as Black
  • Gian Paolo Rosmino as Sorcerer
  • Erminio Spalla as Factor
  • Giulio Battiferri as Jim
  • Luisa Agosti as Fortune-teller
  • Oreste Onorato as Bandit
  • Release

    The film was released in Italy on February 25, 1943

    References

    Il fanciullo del West Wikipedia


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