|Directed by||Mario Soldati|
|Produced by||Salvo D'Angelo|
|Music by||Nino Rota|
Daniele Cortis (also known as Elena) is a 1947 Italian drama film directed by Mario Soldati and starring Vittorio Gassman, Sarah Churchill and Gino Cervi. The film depicts the breakdown of an unhappy marriage in nineteenth-century Italy. It is an adaptation of the 1885 novel of the same title by Antonio Fogazzaro
- Vittorio Gassman as Daniele Cortis
- Sarah Churchill as Elena
- Gino Cervi as Il marito di Elena
- Evi Maltagliati as Isa
- Gualtiero Tumiati as Aldo
- Rubi D'Alma as Noemi
- Massimo Pianforini as Valentino
- Marco Tulli as Diego
From a contemporary review, the Monthly Film Bulletin review noted that their print was cut by about 35 minutes and featured "indifferent dubbing" and a "very poor print quality". The review found that with these issues the film was "incomprehensible", but the film was "an astonishing example of how completely such mutilation can change a film, which in this case was already of indifferent quality."
- "Daniele Cortis (Elena), Italy, 1946". Monthly Film Bulletin. Vol. 24 no. 276. British Film Institute. 1957. p. 70.
- "BFI | Film & TV Database | DANIELE CORTIS (1946)". Ftvdb.bfi.org.uk. 2009-04-16. Retrieved 2012-02-12.
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