Cinematography Enzo Serafin
Initial release 27 October 1955 (Italy)
Directed by Mario Camerini
Edited by Gisa Radicchi Levi
Director Mario Camerini
|Produced by Dino De Laurentiis
Written by Augusto Camerini Mario Camerini Sandro Continenza Ennio De Concini Ivo Perilli
Starring Vittorio De Sica Sophia Loren
Music director Angelo Francesco Lavagnino
Screenplay Mario Camerini, Ivo Perilli, Augusto Camerini, Ennio de Concini, Sandro Continenza
Story by Augusto Camerini, Pedro Antonio de Alarcón
Cast Sophia Loren, Marcello Mastroianni, Vittorio De Sica, Paolo Stoppa, Yvonne Sanson
Similar The Gold of Naples, Too Bad She's Bad, Yesterday - Today and Tomorrow, Sex Pot, Scandal in Sorrento
The Miller's Beautiful Wife (Italian: La bella mugnaia) is a 1955 Italian comedy film directed by Mario Camerini.
Luca (Marcello Mastroianni) is a man who runs a mill and he is married to Carmela (Sophia Loren), a beautiful wife, set in Naples in 1860. But his wife's beauty catches the eye of Don Teofilo the Governor (Vittorio De Sica), who sets about to have Carmela. He has Luca arrested on trumped up charges, and then tries seduce Carmella. She resists, so he tells her he can free Luca, but there are strings attached.