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|Born||Luigia Manfrini Frané
18 March 1914
Castel San Pietro Terme, Emilia-Romagna, Italy
|Died||30 April 1945
Luisa Ferida (18 March 1914 - 30 April 1945) was an Italian stage and film actress.
Born Luigia Manfrini Frané in Castel San Pietro Terme, Ferida started as a stage actress. In 1935 she made her first appearance in film with a supporting role in La Freccia d'oro. Because of her photogenic looks and talent as an actress, she soon graduated to leading roles by the end of the 1930s.
Valenti had been linked with many Fascist officials and personalities for years, and for this reason he was on the partisans' hit list. He was finally arrested in Milan, alongside a pregnant Ferida in April 1945. They were both sentenced to be executed and shot immediately in the street, without any proper trial. The partisan chief who organized the execution, Giuseppe "Vero" Marozin, declared years later that one of the partisan leaders that ordered the two actors to be executed was Sandro Pertini, who later became president of the Italian republic; no other source, however, supports Marozin's version of the facts.
- The Joker King (1935)
- The Two Sergeants (1936)
- The Castiglioni Brothers, (1937)
- Mad Animals (1939)
- Blood Wedding (1941)
- Headlights in the Fog (1942)
- Jealousy (1942)
- Knights of the Desert (1942)
- The Jester's Supper (1942)
- Sleeping Beauty (1942)
- Sad Loves (1943)
- The Innkeeper (1944)
- "Sanguepazzo". Festival de Cannes. Retrieved 2 March 2016.
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