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The Betrothed (1964 film)

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Country  Italy Spain
Director  Mario Maffei
Language  Italian
The Betrothed (1964 film) movie poster
Writer  Alessandro Manzoni, Mario Guerra, Vittorio Vighi, Maria Luisa Garoppo
Release date  20 February 1964

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The Betrothed (original Italian title:I promessi sposi) is a 1964 Italian-Spanish historical drama film directed by Mario Maffei and starring Gil Vidal, Maria Silva and Arturo Dominici. It is based on the 1827 novel The Betrothed by Alessandro Manzoni, one of three film adaptations made during the twentieth century.

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Plot summary

Lombardy: 1629. Renzo Tramaglino and Lucia Mondella are two poor farmers who are in love, but they are hampered by the wickedness of the powerful Don Rodrigo, who secretly loves Lucia. The two run away from Lake Como where they live, and take refuge inland paralklele. Renzo goes to Milan by a cousin, while Lucia is hiding in the convent of Monza, where he meets the Lady. Don Rodrigo, however, kidnaps Lucia from a friend of his: the Unnamed, who leads her in his castle. Lucia with prayers can move the cruel man, who lets her go. But now there's another issue that prevents Renzo and Lucia to meet: the plague.

Cast

  • Gil Vidal as Renzo Tramaglino
  • Maria Silva as Lucia Mondella
  • Arturo Dominici as Cardinale Federigo Borromeo
  • Manuel Monroy as Don Rodrigo
  • Ivo Garrani as l'Innominato
  • Carlo Campanini as Don Abbondio
  • Amalia Rodriguez as Agnese
  • Lilla Brignone as Perpetua
  • Ilaria Occhini as Gertrude
  • Umberto Raho as Fra Cristoforo
  • Paolo Carlini as Egidio
  • References

    The Betrothed (1964 film) Wikipedia
    The Betrothed (1964 film) themoviedb.org The Betrothed (1964 film) IMDb


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