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Judith and Holofernes (1929 film)

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Screenplay  Giulio Lombardozzi
Country  Italy
Director  Baldassarre Negroni
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Language  Silent Italian intertitles
Release date  January 1929
Cast  Bartolomeo Pagano, Jia Ruskaja, Felice Minotti, Franz Sala
Cinematography  Ubaldo Arata, Massimo Terzano
Similar movies  The Song of Love (1930), Aldebaran (1935), Scipio Africanus: The Defeat of Hannibal (1937), Betrayal (1938), Rome - Open City (1945)

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Judith and Holofernes (Italian:Giuditta e Oloferne) is a 1929 Italian silent historical film directed by Baldassarre Negroni and starring Bartolomeo Pagano, Jia Ruskaja and Franz Sala. It was the final film of Pagano, who had been famous during the silent era for his portrayals of Maciste.

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The film is based on the story of Judith Beheading Holofernes. A 1959 film, Judith and Holofernes, was also inspired by the tale.

Cast

  • Bartolomeo Pagano
  • Jia Ruskaja
  • Franz Sala
  • Carlo Tedeschi
  • Giuseppe Brignone
  • Augusto Bandini
  • Felice Minotti
  • Lore Lay
  • Giorgio Curti
  • Anna Mari
  • Andrea Bani
  • Nino Altieri
  • References

    Judith and Holofernes (1929 film) Wikipedia
    Judith and Holofernes (1929 film) IMDb


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