Grolla d'oro

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Vittorio Gassman, Giovanna Ralli and Alberto Lattuada awarded at the 1957 Grolla d'oro.

The Grolla d'oro (Golden Grolla, or Grolle d'oro plural) is one of the most ancient Italian film awards.

The award was founded in 1953 and ran until 1981; after some years of hiatus, it was relaunched in 1989 by journalist Maurizio Costanzo and, above all, by the film critic Felice Laudadio (1990-2001).[1] The ceremonies are held in Saint-Vincent, Aosta Valley.[2][3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Maria Pia Fusco (5 April 1989). "Saranno Grolle d'oro vero, parola di Costanzo e Sordi". La Repubblica. Retrieved 19 March 2012.
  2. ^ P. Luigi Berbotto, Berbotto Pier Luigi. Le mille e una valle. Viaggio in Valle d'Aosta. L'AMBARADAN, 2005.
  3. ^ Silvio D'Amico. Enciclopedia dello spettacolo. Unedi-Unione editoriale, 1975.

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