The Trojan Horse (film)
|The Trojan Horse|
|Directed by||Giorgio Ferroni|
|Music by||Mario Ammonini
La guerra di Troia, internationally released as The Trojan Horse and The Wooden Horse of Troy, is a 1961 Italian historical drama film set in the tenth and final year of the Trojan War. The film focuses primarily on the exploits of the Trojan hero Aeneas during this time. The film was directed by Giorgio Ferroni and starred Steve Reeves as Aeneas and John Drew Barrymore as Odysseus.
- Steve Reeves as "Aeneas"
- Juliette Mayniel as "Creusa"
- John Drew Barrymore as "Odysseus"
- Edy Vessel as "Helen"
- Lidia Alfonsi as "Cassandra"
- Warner Bentivegna as "Paris"
- Luciana Angiolillo as "Andromache"
- Arturo Dominici as "Achilles"
- Mimmo Palmara as "Ajax"
- Nerio Bernardi as "Agamemnon"
- Nando Tamberlani as "Menelaus"
- Carlo Tamberlani as "Priam"
- Simone Pinchiorri. "Mostra di Venezia 2008: "Storia Segreta del Cinema Italiano: Italian Kings of the Bs"". La Repubblica. Retrieved 18 December 2013.
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