The Thief of Venice

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Il Ladro di Venezia
Directed by John Brahm
Produced by Robert Haggiag
Dario Sabatello
Written by John Brahm
Salvatore Cabasino
Starring Maria Montez
Paul Christian
Massimo Serato
Faye Marlow
Aldo Silvani
Music by Alessandro Cicognini
Cinematography Anchise Brizzi
Edited by Renzo Lucidi
Terry Morse
Distributed by 20th Century-Fox (US, 1952)
Release dates 1950 (Italy)
Running time 91 min
Country Italy
Language Italian

The Thief of Venice or Il Ladro di Venezia is a 1950 Italian film directed by John Brahm. The US title was "The Thief of Venice".

It was released in the US two years after being made.[1]


A beautiful tavernkeeper finds herself caught up in intrigue and a war between Italy and Turkey.



  1. ^ The Thief of Venice at Maria Montez Fan page

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