Coriolanus: Hero without a Country
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|Coriolanus: Hero without a Country|
|Directed by||Giorgio Ferroni|
|Music by||Carlo Rustichelli|
Coriolano: eroe senza patria (English Translation: Coriolanus: Hero without a Country) is a 1963 Italian historical drama film set in Rome in 493 BC. The plot is an adaptation of the Roman legend about the general who won great victories for the Romans over their enemies the Volscians, but was then forced into exile by his political enemies at home.
The film was directed by Giorgio Ferroni.
- Gordon Scott as "Coriolanus"
- Alberto Lupo as "Escinius"
- Lilla Brignone as "Volumnia"
- Philippe Hersent as "Cominius"
- Rosalba Neri as "Virginia"
- Aldo Bufi Landi as "Marco"
- Nerio Bernardi as "Menenius Agripa"
- Piero Pastore
- Tullio Altamura
- Nello Pazzafini
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