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SHOW DE IMAGENES CON TRANSISIONES Y EFECTOS ESPECIALES Suscribir Anular suscripción AnotacionesDe: solcito138 Añadido: 02 de septiembre de 2008 (más información) (menos información) ¿Quieres suscribirte? ¡Accede a YouTube ya! Acceder con tu cuenta de Google! Desde muy joven, Domenico quería ser actor. En 1951,... Desde muy joven, Domenico quería ser actor. En 1951, después de terminar el servicio militar y gracias a una beca, accedió al Centro Experimental de Cinematografía de Roma, apareciendo más tarde en unas cuantas películas. Después de protagonizar Il mantello rosso (La capa roja), inició su carrera de cantante. En la década de los 50 se hizo muy popular en los Estados Unidos. Se convirtió en uno de los protagonistas de la música ligera internacional cuando, con Nel blu dipinto di blu (más conocida como Volare), triunfó en el Festival de Sanremo de 1958 junto a Johnny Dorelli. Con esta misma canción, participó también el Festival de la Canción de Eurovisión de ese mismo año, quedando en tercera posición (de diez). En 1960 se le acusó de plagiar la canción de un compositor de ópera, aunque se le declaró inocente. Ganó tres veces más el Festival de Sanremo con Piove (1959, nuevamente con Johny Dorelli), Addio, addio (1962, en compañía de Claudio Villa) y Dio, come ti amo (1966, juntamente con Gigliola Cinquetti). En Eurovisión volvió a participar en 1959 y 1966. Actor teatral y cinematográfico, apareció en la comedia musical Rinaldo in campo (1961), de Garinei e Giovannini, y en Liolà, adaptación de la célebre ópera de Luigi Pirandello. En el cine interpretó Il giudizio universale de Vittorio De Sica, mientras que de 1973 a 1976 fue Mackie Messer en la Opera da tre soldi de Kurt Weill y Bertolt Brecht, dirigida por Giorgio Strehler. Pier Paolo Pasolini usó canciones de Modugno para la banda sonora de Pajaritos y Pajarracos, una de sus películas fundamentales. Artista conocidísimo y de gran presencia escénica, se recuerdan, entre otras canciones, La lontananza (La distancia es como el viento), Piove (Ciao, ciao bambina) (Llueve), Vecchio frack (Viejo frack), Resta cu' mme (Quédate Conmigo) (en idioma napoletano), Dio, come ti amo (Dios, cómo te amo), Piange il telefono (Llora el teléfono), Un calcio alla città (Un puntapié a la ciudad), Lu pisci spada (El pez espada) (en idioma siciliano) y Come hai fatto (Como has hecho). Domenico Modugno sufrió un ictus en 1984 y fue forzado a dejar la actividad artística. Se dedicó a la política y fue elegido parlamentario en la lista del Partido Radical Italiano de 1987 a 1992. Entre algunos de sus reconocimientos post-morten, en el 50º Aniversario del Festival de Eurovisión, celebrado en 2005, se nombró a Volare como la mejor canción de la Historia del concurso tras Waterloo de ABBA. Además esta valoración venía a hacer "justicia" con el cero que Domenico obtuvo en el Festival de Eurovisión de 1966 con Dio come ti amo, con el cual se sintió profundamente dolido. En 2008 además, el Ministerio de Comunicación de Italia distribuirá sus sellos musicales.
19 Sep 2008
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Director: Vittorio De Sica Cast: Carlo Battisti,Maria-Pia Casilio,Lina Gennari. *******www.squidoo****/Top100ForeignFilms
8 Jan 2010
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Director: Vittorio De Sica Cast: Carlo Battisti,Maria-Pia Casilio,Lina Gennari. For more information on this film and other great films, please visit me at Squidoo: *******www.squidoo****/Top100ForeignFilms
17 Mar 2010
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Director: Vittorio De Sica, Cast: Lamberto Maggiorani, Enzo Staiola For more information on this film and other great films, please visit me at *******www.squidoo****/Top100ForeignFilms
17 Mar 2010
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Footage of Best Italian movies made in about 60 years. Pictures of Death in Venice,Visconti,P.Pasolini,I Soliti Ignoti,Il Sorpasso,Federico Fellini,Vitelloni,Umberto D,Amarcord,La Ciociara,Romeo and Juliet,La Strada,Il Caso Mattei,Novecento,Uomini Contro,Sacco e Vanzetti,Miracolo a Milano,The Postman,Mediterraneo,Marcello Mastroianni,Sophia Loren,Vittorio De Sica,Monica Vitti,V.Gassman,,G.M.Volonte',Toto',Alberto Sordi,Benigni,The Good the Bad and the Ugly,Bertolucci,Brando,Eastwood etc.Sound first end of "Otto e mezzo".Second music by Ennio Morricone and the third music by "The Life is beautiful" Noa sings.
24 May 2009
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1st May: Danielle Darrieux is 91, and a career of 77 years in the cinema. Here is her most famous song, "First date", in 1941, with her photos, from 1931 to today. She is the daughter of an army doctor who died when she was seven years old. Raised in Paris she studied the cello and piano at the Conservatoire de Musique. At 13, she got a part in the musical film Le Bal (1931). Her beauty combined with her singing and dancing ability led to numerous other offers. She signed with Universal Studios to star opposite Douglas Fairbanks, Jr. in The Rage of Paris (1938). Under the German occupation of France during World War II, she continued to perform, a decision that was severely criticized by her compatriots, but the manager of the German Continental threatened to deport her brother to Germany. She returned to Hollywood to make the 1951 MGM musical, Rich, Young and Pretty after several years in Europe. Joseph L. Mankiewicz lured her to star opposite James Mason in 5 Fingers (1952). Back home, she appeared in The Red and the Black (1954). The next year she starred in Lady Chatterley's Lover. Due to its content, the film was banned by the Catholic censors in the United States. In 1953 she starred opposite Charles Boyer and Vittorio de Sica in Max Ophul's French-Italian production "The Earrings of Madame de..." (known in France simply as "Madame de..."). Approaching 40, she played a supporting role in United Artists' epic Alexander the Great (1955) starring Richard Burton and Claire Bloom; it was her last American film. In 1961 she went to England at the request of director Lewis Gilbert to star opposite Kenneth More in The Greengage Summer. In 1963, she starred in the romantic comedy La Robe Mauve de Valentine at the Chatelet Theatre in Paris. The play was adapted from the novel by Francoise Sagan. Darrieux replaced Katharine Hepburn in the Broadway musical, Coco, based on the life of Coco Chanel, and in 1971-72 she also appeared in the short-lived productions of Ambassador. She has continued to work, her career now spanning eight decades, most recently providing the voice of the protagonist's grandmother in the animated feature "Persopolis" (2007) which deals with the impact of the Iranian Islamic revolution on a girl's life as she grows to adulthood. (wikipedia)
11 Dec 2008
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Here is a wonderful song by the divine Edda Dell'Orso, chosen to illustrate the beauty of the lovely Italian star Pier Angeli. Pier Angeli (born Anna Maria Pierangeli) (1932 1971) was born in Cagliari, Sardinia, Italy, and made her film debut with Vittorio de Sica in "Domani è troppo tardi" (1950). She was discovered by Hollywood, and MGM launched her in her first American film, "Teresa" (1951). Enthusiastic reviews for her eloquent and understated performance compared her to Garbo. Under contract with MGM throughout the 1950's, she appeared in a series of films. In "The Light Touch" with Stewart Granger, she indeed brought a light touch of innocence to the film. Her next few films were: "The Story of Three Loves" (1953) with Kirk Douglas, "Sombrero", in which she replaced an indisposed Ava Gardner, and "Flame and the Flesh" (1954), where she lost her man to Lana Turner. Meanwhile, MGM having discovered Leslie Caron, Angeli found herself loaned out to other studios. She went to Warner Bros. for "The Silver Chalice", which marked the debut of Paul Newman, and made "Mam'zelle Nitouche" with the great Fernandel. For Paramount, she should have had the role of Anna Magnani's daughter in "The Rose Tattoo", but motherhood having interfered, it went to her twin sister, Marisa Pavan. She was loaned out again, to Columbia, for "Port Afrique" (1956). She showed a return to her old form when she returned to MGM for "Somebody Up There Likes Me" as Paul Newman's long-suffering wife. She still appeared in "The Vintage " (1957) with Mel Ferrer and John Kerr, and in "Merry Andrew", starring Danny Kaye. During the 1960's and until 1970 the actress returned to live and work in Britain and Europe. She made a strong performance opposite Richard Attenborough in "The Angry Silence" (1960). She was reunited with Stewart Granger for "Sodom and Gomorrah" (1963). She played a brief role in the war epic "Battle of the Bulge" (1965). She was picked to play a role in "The Godfather", but she died soon before. Kirk Douglas and Angeli were engaged in 1950's, according to Douglas' autobiography. For a short time Angeli also had a close relationship with James Dean. However, she broke it off suddenly and went on to marry singer/actor Vic Damone (1954-1959). Her second marriage was to Italian composer Armando Trovajoli (1963-1965). Enjoy Pier's great beauty!
24 Sep 2009
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Children in the cinema part 1 Niños en el cine parte 1 * Masacre: ven y mira (Idi i Smotri) - Elem Klimov * Ladrón de bicicletas (Ladri di biciclette) - Vittorio de Sica * El odio (La haine) - Mathieu Kassovitz * Los juncos salvajes (Les roseaux sauvages) - André Téchiné * Léolo - Jean-Claude Lauzon * El piano (The Piano) - Jane Campion * Cadenas rotas (Great Expectations) - David Lean * Voces inocentes - Luis Mandoki * Niños del paraíso (Bacheha-Ye aseman) - Majid Majidi * La noche del cazador (The Night of the Hunter) - Charles Laughton * El puente (Die Brücke) - Bernhard Wicki * Nadie sabe (Dare mo shiranai) - Hirokazu Koreeda (AKA Hirokazu Kore-eda) * El espíritu de la colmena - Víctor Erice * Las tortugas también vuelan (Lakposhtha hâm parvaz mikonand) - Bahman Ghobadi BY VICTOR'S
20 Jun 2010
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Sunflower (Italian: I Girasoli) is a 1970 Italian drama film directed by Vittorio De Sica. It was the first occidental film to be filmed in the USSR.
17 Aug 2010
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"Parlami d'amore Mariù" from the Italian film "Gli uomini che mascalzoni" (1932). Music: Cesare Andrea Bixio. Lyrics: Ennio Neri. This wonderful song was originally sung by Vittorio De Sica in the film. Many singers have interpreted it since, and Tino Rossi's is one of the less pretentious and most eloquent and pleasing presentations. Other versions are here on YouTube, notably by De Sica on ***********/watch?v=QSvkZd_u2Z8 among irmoma's videos which I like very much. Contrast this with the more formal and unreal versions by certain opera personalities! The beautiful woman pictured in this video is actress Lilia Vetti who became Rossi's second, and life-long wife. The song was later featured in a French film with French Lyrics and has its own interesting history. Lyrics: Come sei bella più bella stasera Mariù Splende un sorriso di stella negli occhi tuoi blu Anche se avverso il destino domani sarà, Oggi ti sono vicino perchè sospirar, non pensar. Parlami d'amore Mariù Tutta la mia vita sei tu Gli occhi tuoi belli brillano Fiamme di sogno scintillano. Dimmi che illusione non è Dimmi che sei tutta per me Qui sul tuo cuor non soffro più Parlami d'amore Mariù. So che una bella e maliarda sirena sei tu so che si perde chi guarda quegli occhi tuoi blu ma che mi importa se il mondo si burla di me meglio nel gorgo profondo ma sempre con te, sì con te. Parlami d'amore Mariù Tutta la mia vita sei tu Gli occhi tuoi belli brillano Fiamme di sogno scintillano. Dimmi che illusione non è Dimmi che sei tutta per me Qui sul tuo cuor non soffro più Parlami d'amore Mariù.
20 Nov 2011
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DVD: ***********/gp/product/B0002HMKG8/ref=as_li_tf_tl?ie=UTF8&tag=doc06-20&linkCode=as2&camp=217145&creative=399349&creativeASIN=B0002HMKG8 *******thefilmarchive****/ Two Women (Italian: La ciociara, roughly translated as "[The Woman] from Ciociaria") is a 1960 Italian film directed by Vittorio De Sica. It tells the story of a woman trying to protect her young daughter from the horrors of war. The film stars Sophia Loren, Jean-Paul Belmondo, Eleonora Brown, Carlo Ninchi and Andrea Checchi. The film was adapted by De Sica and Cesare Zavattini from the novel of the same name written by Alberto Moravia. The story centers on Cesira (Loren), a widowed Roman shopkeeper, and Rosetta (Brown), her devoutly religious twelve-year-old daughter, during World War II. To escape the Allied bombing of Rome, Cesira and her daughter flee southern Lazio for her native Ciociaria, a rural, mountainous province of central Italy. After they arrive at Ciociaria, Cesira attracts the attention of a young local intellectual with communist sympathies named Michele (Jean-Paul Belmondo). However, Michele is eventually taken prisoner by a company of German soldiers, who hope to use him as a guide to the mountainous terrain. Later, Cesira and Rosetta learn that he has been shot and killed by the same soldiers who took him hostage. After the Italian liberation, mother and daughter decide to go back to Rome. After experiencing mild harassment and propositioning throughout their journey, they fall subject to an unexpected tragedy. As they rest in a bombed-out church, they are captured and gang raped by Goumiers (Moroccan allied soldiers) serving in the Free French forces under Alphonse Juin. Rosetta is particularly traumatized and has conflicting feelings for her mother. Eventually the two succeed in re-establishing the bond that linked them. Cast Sophia Loren - Cesira Jean-Paul Belmondo - Michele Di Libero, a young communist Eleonora Brown - Rosetta Carlo Ninchi - Filippo, Michele's father Raf Vallone - Giovanni Andrea Checchi - A fascist Pupella Maggio - A peasant Emma Baron - Maria Bruna Cealti - A refugee Antonella Della Porta - A crazy mother Mario Frera Franco Balducci - A German in the haystack Luciana Cortellesi Curt Lowens Tony Calio Remo Galavotti The film won the Academy Award for Best Actress for Sophia Loren. This was the first time an acting Oscar had been given for a non-English-speaking performance. Loren also won the award for Best Actress at the 1961 Cannes Film Festival. Loren won 22 international awards for Two Women. La Ciociara was remade for television in 1988. It was adapted by Diana Gould, Lidia Ravera, Dino Risi and Bernardino Zapponi. It was directed by Risi and starred Loren, Robert Loggia, Leonardo Ferrantini, Dario Ghirardi and Sydney Penny. Sophia Loren, OMRI (born Sofia Villani Scicolone; 20 September 1934) is an Italian actress. In 1962, Loren won the Academy Award for Best Actress for her role in Two Women, along with 21 awards, becoming the first actress to win an Academy Award for a non-English-speaking performance. Loren has won 50 international awards, including an Oscar, seven Golden Globe Awards, a Grammy Award, a BAFTA Award and a Laurel Award. Her other films include: Houseboat (1958), El Cid (1961), Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow (1963), Marriage Italian Style (1964), A Special Day (1977). She has received critical and commercial success in movies for home box-office such as Courage (1986) and in American blockbusters such as Grumpier Old Men (1995), and Nine (2009). In 1994 she starred in Robert Altman's Ready to Wear, which earned her a Golden Globe nomination in 1995. The same year she received the Cecil B. de Mille award for lifetime achievements. In 1999, Loren was listed by the American Film Institute on AFI's 100 Years... 100 Stars as #21 of 25 American female screen legends of all time. In 2002, she was honored by the National Italian American Foundation (NIAF) at its annual Anniversary Gala and was inducted into its Italian American Hall of Fame. In 2009, the Guinness Book of World Records recognized her as "Italy's Most Awarded Actress." In 1991, the Republic of France awarded her a Distinction of la Légion d'honneur (the Legion of Honor) with the grade of Chevalier (Knight). In 1997, Loren was invested Cavaliere di Gran Croce Ordine al Merito della Repubblica Italiana (Knight Grand Cross of the Order of Merit of the Italian Republic). In 2010, she was awarded the Praemium Imperiale by the Imperial Family of Japan on behalf of the Japan Art Association. *******en.wikipedia****/wiki/Two_Women
16 Jan 2012
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Fragmento del film de Dino Risi, 'Pane, amore e...' (1955), donde Sophia Loren y Vittorio de Sica bailan el tema 'Mambo italiano'.
23 Jan 2012
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eduardo de filippo alias don ersilio, mostra come si fa un pernacchio nel film l'oro di napoli, di vittorio de sica
10 May 2012
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Sceneggiato in cinque puntate del 1972, tratto dal capolavoro del 1883 di Carlo Collodi, che ancora oggi rimane uno dei romanzi più diffusi nel mondo, grazie allo straordinario dinamismo linguistico, alla narrazione fresca e rapida, che è mantenuta magistralmente nellindimenticabile versione televisiva diretta dal grande Luigi Comencini. La sceneggiatura fu scritta a quattro mani da Susi Cecchi DAmico e dallo stesso Comencini; mentre il cast vantava presenze deccezione, tra cui Andrea Balestri, Nino Manfredi, Gina Lollobrigida, Franco Franchi e Ciccio Ingrassia, Vittorio De Sica e molti altri.
6 May 2013
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The Sophia Loren's strip-teases in "Ieri, oggi, domani" by Vittorio De Sica (1963) and in "Pret-a-porter" by Robert Altman (1994). Her lucky partner is Marcello Mastroianni.
15 Oct 2014
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