Luciano Serra, Pilot
Director Goffredo Alessandrini
Music director Giulio Cesare Sonzogno
Genre Drama, War
|Writer Francesco Masoero, Fulvio Palmieri, Ivo Perilli, Roberto Rossellini, Cesare Giulio Viola|
Release date 8 August 1938
Screenplay Goffredo Alessandrini, Roberto Rossellini
Cast Amedeo Nazzari (Luciano Serra), Germana Paolieri (Sandra Serra), Roberto Villa (Aldo Serra), Mario Ferrari (Il colonnello Franco Morelli), Guglielmo Sinaz (Jose Ribera), Egisto Olivieri (Nardini, il suocero di Luciano)
Similar movies Roberto Rossellini wrote the screenplay for Luciano Serra - Pilot and directed A Pilot Returns
Luciano Serra, Pilot (Italy:Luciano Serra, pilota) is a 1938 Italian drama film directed by Goffredo Alessandrini and starring Amedeo Nazzari, Germana Paolieri and Roberto Villa.
It was screened at the Venice Film Festival in August 1938, where it was awarded the Mussolini Cup for Best Italian Film. It was considered the defining film of Nazzari's career, establishing him as the leading male star in Italy.
The film's assistant director Roberto Rossellini supervised the shooting of footage on location in North Africa. Rossellini made his own directorial debut three years later with The White Ship, and went on to become a leading Italian filmmaker.
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Similar TopicsAmedeo NazzariCesare Giulio ViolaEgisto Olivieri