Naples of Olden Times
|Naples of Olden Times|
|Directed by||Amleto Palermi|
|Produced by||Carlo Barbieri|
|Written by||Amleto Palermi|
|Starring||Vittorio De Sica
|Music by||Alessandro Cicognini|
|Edited by||Fernando Tropea|
Naples of Olden Times (Italy:Napoli d'altri tempi) is a 1938 Italian musical comedy film directed by Amleto Palermi and starring Vittorio De Sica, Emma Gramatica and Elisa Cegani. It was made at Cinecittà in Rome.
At the beginning of the Twentieth century, a young employee of a Naples shop dreams of becoming a famous singer.
- Vittorio De Sica as Mario Esposito
- Emma Gramatica as Maddalena Errante
- Elisa Cegani as Maria
- María Denis as Ninetta
- Olga Vittoria Gentilli as Zia Bettina
- Giuseppe Porelli as Barracchi
- Enrico Glori as Maurizio
- Gianni Altieri as De Stasio
- Vittorio Bianchi as Il marchese Leopoldo Piermarini
- Nicola Maldacea as Nicola
- Agostino Salvietti as Luigino
- Guglielmo Sinaz as L'impiegato di Casa Ricordi
- Gundle p.153
- Gundle, Stephen. Mussolini's Dream Factory: Film Stardom in Fascist Italy. Berghahn Books, 2013.
- Liehm, Mira. Passion and Defiance: Film in Italy from 1942 to the Present. University of California Press, 1984.
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