Un Chapeau de Paille d'Italie
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Un chapeau de paille d'Italie may refer to:
- Un chapeau de paille d'Italie, an 1851 five-act farce by Eugène Marin Labiche and Marc-Michel, first starring Pierre-Alfred Ravel
Adaptations of the play include:
- Un chapeau de paille d'Italie (The Italian Straw Hat), a 1928 French silent film both written for the screen and directed by René Clair, in his feature debut, and starring Albert Préjean
- Horse Eats Hat, a 1936 adaptation for the American stage, co-written by Edwin Denby and Orson Welles and directed by Welles, with music by Paul Bowles, and starring Joseph Cotten
- Der Florentiner Hut (The Leghorn Hat), a 1939 German film with screen adaptation by Bernd Hofmann and Horst Budjuhn, directed by Wolfgang Liebeneiner, and starring Heinz Rühmann
- Un chapeau de paille d'Italie, a 1941 French film adapted by Jacques Chabannes and Maurice Cammage and directed by Cammage, starring Fernandel
- Il cappello di paglia di Firenze (The Florentine Straw Hat), a 1955 opera by Nino Rota, with libretto by Ernesta Rinaldi, and first starring Nicola Filacuridi
- Slaměný klobouk (Straw Hat), a 1971 Czechoslovakian film adapted by Miloš Macourek and Oldřich Lipský, directed by Lipský, and starring Josef Kemr
- The Straw Hat, 1974 Soviet musical comedy television film both adapted and directed by Leonid Kvinikhidze, with music by Isaac Schwartz, starring Andrei Mironov
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