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Encyclopedia > Vittorio De Sica
Vittorio De Sica

Born July 7, 1902
Sora, Latium, Italy
Died November 13, 1974 (aged 72)
Neuilly-sur-Seine, Hauts-de-Seine, France
Years active 1917 - 1974
Spouse(s) Giuditta Risson (1933 - 1968)
María Mercader (1968 - his death)

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Biography

Born into poverty in Sora (province of Frosinone), near Rome, he began his career as a theatre actor in the early 1920s and joined Tatiana Pavlova's theatre company in 1923. A boy from an East Cipinang trash dump slum in Jakarta, Indonesia shows what he found. ... Sora is a city of Lazio, Italy, in the province of Frosinone, 920 ft above sea-level. ... Frosinone (in Italian, Provincia di Frosinone) is a province in the Latium region of Italy, with 91 comuni. ... Serge Sudeikins poster for the Bat Theatre (1922). ... For other uses, see Actor (disambiguation). ... The 1920s is sometimes referred to as the Jazz Age or the Roaring Twenties, usually applied to America. ... Year 1923 (MCMXXIII) was a common year starting on Monday (link will display the full calendar) of the Gregorian calendar. ...


In 1933 he founded his own company with his wife Giuditta Rissone and Sergio Tofano. The company performed mostly light comedies, but they also staged plays by Beaumarchais, and worked with famous directors like Luchino Visconti. Year 1933 (MCMXXXIII) was a common year starting on Sunday (link will display full calendar) of the Gregorian calendar. ... Sergio Tòfano (August 20, 1883 – October 28, 1973) was an Italian actor, director, playwright, scene designer and illustrator. ... The word comedy has a classical meaning (comical theatre) and a popular one (the use of humor with an intent to provoke laughter in general). ... Beaumarchais Pierre-Augustin Caron de Beaumarchais (January 24, 1732 - May 18, 1799) was, among other accomplishments, a writer and librettist. ... Luchino Visconti. ...


His meeting with Cesare Zavattini was a very important event: together they created some of the most celebrated films of the neorealistic age, like Sciuscià (Shoeshine) and Ladri di biciclette (The Bicycle Thieves), both of which de Sica directed. Cesare Zavattini (September 20, 1902-October 13, 1989) was an Italian screenwriter noted for neo-realist films. ... Italian neorealism is a film movement characterized by stories set amongst the poor and working class, filmed in long takes on location, frequently using nonprofessional actors for secondary and sometimes primary roles. ... Shoeshine (Italian title Sciuscià) is a 1946 film and the first major work by Vittorio De Sica. ... Ladri di biciclette (literally translated as Bicycle Thieves) is a 1948 Italian neorealist film known in its US English release as The Bicycle Thief. ...


One of his best-received films is La Ciociara (Two Women) (1961), based on the novel by Alberto Moravia: Sophia Loren won the Oscar for her performance, and critics widely regard the film a classic. De Sica died close to Paris in Neuilly-sur-Seine on November 13, 1974. Two Women (also known as La Ciociara) is a 1960 Italian language film which tells the story of a woman trying to protect her teenaged daughter from the horrors of war. ... Alberto Moravia. ... Sophia Loren (born September 20, 1934) is a motion picture and stage, Academy Award-winning actress, widely considered to be the most popular Italian actress. ... Although he never won an Oscar for any of his movie performances, the comedian Bob Hope received two honorary Oscars for his contributions to cinema. ... This article is about the capital of France. ... Neuilly-sur-Seine is a commune in the Hauts-de-Seine département in France. ...


Awards and nominations

Vittorio De Sica was given the Interfilm Grand Prix in 1971 by the Berlin Film Festival The Berlin International Film Festival, also called the Berlinale, is one of the most important film festivals in Europe and the world. ...

Miracle in Milan (original title Miracolo a Milano) is an Italian film directed in 1951 by Vittorio de Sica. ... The Cannes Film Festival (French: le Festival de Cannes), founded in 1939, is one of the worlds oldest, most influential and prestigious film festivals. ... Palme dOr The Palme dOr (Golden Palm) is the highest prize given to a film at the Cannes Film Festival. ... Umberto D. is a 1952 Italian film, directed by Vittorio De Sica. ... The Cannes Film Festival (French: le Festival de Cannes), founded in 1939, is one of the worlds oldest, most influential and prestigious film festivals. ... Terminal Station was also the name of a railway station in Chattanooga, Tennessee; see Chattanooga Choo Choo. ... The Cannes Film Festival (French: le Festival de Cannes), founded in 1939, is one of the worlds oldest, most influential and prestigious film festivals. ... Loro di Napoli (English: The Gold of Naples) is a 1954 Italian Golden Palm nominated comedy film directed by Vittorio De Sica . ... The Cannes Film Festival (French: le Festival de Cannes), founded in 1939, is one of the worlds oldest, most influential and prestigious film festivals. ... Il Tetto is a 1956 Italian drama film directed and produced by Vittorio De Sica. ... The Cannes Film Festival (French: le Festival de Cannes), founded in 1939, is one of the worlds oldest, most influential and prestigious film festivals. ... Anna di Brooklyn is a 1958 comedy film by Italian directors Vittorio de Sica and Carlo Lastricati. ... The Berlin International Film Festival, also called the Berlinale, is one of the most important film festivals in Europe and the world. ... Sophia Loren in Two Women (La Ciociara) Two Women (also known as La Ciociara) is a 1960 Italian language film which tells the story of a woman trying to protect her teenaged daughter from the horrors of war. ... The Cannes Film Festival (French: le Festival de Cannes), founded in 1939, is one of the worlds oldest, most influential and prestigious film festivals. ... The Garden of the Finzi-Continis (Italian: Il giardino dei Finzi-Contini) is a film adaptation of Giorgio Bassanis novel of the same name. ... The Berlin International Film Festival, also called the Berlinale, is one of the most important film festivals in Europe and the world. ... The Berlin International Film Festival, also called the Berlinale, is one of the most important film festivals in Europe and the world. ... The Berlin International Film Festival, also called the Berlinale, is one of the most important film festivals in Europe and the world. ... Shoeshine (Italian title Sciuscià) is a 1946 film and the first major work by Vittorio De Sica. ... Shoeshine (Italian title Sciuscià) is a 1946 film and the first major work by Vittorio De Sica. ... Ladri di biciclette (literally translated as Bicycle Thieves) is a 1948 Italian neorealist film known in its US English release as The Bicycle Thief. ... The British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA), is a British organization that hosts annual awards shows for film, television, childrens film and television, and interactive media. ... The British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA), is a British organization that hosts annual awards shows for film, television, childrens film and television, and interactive media. ... Ladri di biciclette (literally translated as Bicycle Thieves) is a 1948 Italian neorealist film known in its US English release as The Bicycle Thief. ... Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow (Italian: Ieri, oggi, domani) is a 1963 comedy film by Italian director Vittorio de Sica. ... The Garden of the Finzi-Continis (Italian: Il giardino dei Finzi-Contini) is a film adaptation of Giorgio Bassanis novel of the same name. ... Binomial name Ursus arctos Linnaeus, 1758 The Brown Bear (Ursus arctos) is a species of bear that can reach weights of 130-700 kg (300 to 1500 pounds). ... The Garden of the Finzi-Continis (Italian: Il giardino dei Finzi-Contini) is a film adaptation of Giorgio Bassanis novel of the same name. ...

Filmography as director

Feature Films

  • Rose scarlatte (1940) Co-director
  • Maddalena, zero in condotta (1940)
    • Maddalena, Zero for Conduct
  • Teresa Venerdì (1941)
    • Do You Like Women
  • Un Garibaldino al convento (1942)
    • A Garibaldian in the Convent
  • I bambini ci guardano (1944)
    • The Children Are Watching Us
  • La Porta del cielo (1945)
    • The Gate of Heaven
  • Sciuscià (1946)
    • Shoeshine
  • Cuore (1948) Co-director
    • Heart
  • Ladri di biciclette (1948)
    • Bicycle Thieves
  • Miracolo a Milano (1951)
    • Miracle in Milan
  • Umberto D. (1952)
  • Villa Borghese (1953) Co-director
    • It Happened in the Park
  • Stazione Termini (1953)
    • Terminal Station Indiscretion
    • Station Terminus
  • L'oro di Napoli (1954)
    • The Gold of Naples
  • Il Tetto (1956)
    • The Roof
  • Anna di Brooklyn (1958) Co-director
    • Anna of Brooklyn
  • La Ciociara (1961)
    • Two Women
  • Il Giudizio universale (1961)
    • The Last Judgement
  • I Sequestrati di Altona (1962)
    • The Condemned of Altona
  • Il Boom (1963)
  • Ieri, oggi e domani (1963)
    • Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow
  • Matrimonio all'italiana (1964)
    • Marriage Italian-Style
  • Un monde nouveau (1966)
    • A New World
  • Caccia alla volpe (1966)
    • After the Fox
  • Woman Times Seven (1967)
  • Amanti (1968)
    • A Place for Lovers
  • I Girasoli (1970)
    • Sunflower
  • Il Giardino dei Finzi-Contini (1970)
    • The Garden of the Finzi-Continis
  • Lo chiameremo Andrea (1972)
    • We'll Call Him Andrew
  • Una Breve vacanza (1973)
    • A Brief Vacation
  • Il Viaggio (1974)
    • The Voyage

Maddalena, zero in condotta is a 1940 comedy film directed by Vittorio De Sica. ... Teresa Venerdì is a 1941 Italian comedy film directed by Vittorio De Sica. ... The Children Are Watching Us is a 1944 film directed by Vittorio De Sica. ... Shoeshine (Italian title Sciuscià) is a 1946 film and the first major work by Vittorio De Sica. ... The Bicycle Thief redirects here. ... Miracle in Milan (original title Miracolo a Milano) is an Italian film directed in 1951 by Vittorio de Sica. ... Umberto D. is a 1952 Italian film, directed by Vittorio De Sica. ... Villa Borghese: the 19th century Temple of Aesculapius built purely as a landscape feature, influenced by the lake at Stourhead, Wiltshire Villa Borghese is a large landscape garden in the naturalistic English manner in Rome, containing a number of buildings, museums and attractions. ... Terminal Station was also the name of a railway station in Chattanooga, Tennessee; see Chattanooga Choo Choo. ... Loro di Napoli (English: The Gold of Naples) is a 1954 Italian Golden Palm nominated comedy film directed by Vittorio De Sica . ... Il Tetto is a 1956 Italian drama film directed and produced by Vittorio De Sica. ... Anna di Brooklyn is a 1958 comedy film by Italian directors Vittorio de Sica and Carlo Lastricati. ... Sophia Loren in Two Women (La Ciociara) Two Women (also known as La Ciociara) is a 1960 Italian language film which tells the story of a woman trying to protect her teenaged daughter from the horrors of war. ... The Last Judgement (Italian: Il Giudizio universale) is a 1961 commedia allitaliana film by Italian director Vittorio De Sica. ... Il Boom is a 1963 commedia allitaliana film by Italian director Vittorio de Sica. ... Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow (original Italian title Ieri, oggi, domani) is a 1963 comedy film directed by Italian filmmaker Vittorio de Sica and starring Sophia Loren and Marcello Mastroianni. ... Marriage Italian-Style (Italian: Matrimonio allitaliana ) is a 1964 film which tells the story of a successful businessman who kept a woman as his mistress for several years and now plans to marry another woman until his mistress feignes illness. ... I Girasoli is a 1970 Italian drama film directed by Vittorio De Sica. ... The Garden of the Finzi-Continis (Italian: Il giardino dei Finzi-Contini) is a film adaptation of Giorgio Bassanis novel of the same name. ... A Brief Vacation (Una Breve vacanza) is a 1973 Italian melodrama directed by Vittorio de Sica. ...

Short Films

  • Boccaccio '70 (1962) (segment "La riffa")
  • Le Streghe (1967) (segment "Sera come le altre, Una")
    • The Witches
  • Le Coppie (1970) (segment "Leone, Il")
    • The Couples

Boccaccio 70 (1962) is an Italian film directed by Mario Monicelli, Federico Fellini, Luchino Visconti and Vittorio de Sica, from an idea by Cesare Zavattini. ... Le Streghe (aka Les Sorcieres; The Witches) 1966 - France/Italy Hard-core Clint Eastwood or Dino De Laurentiis fans will definitely appreciate this truly bizarre film. ...

Television

  • Dal referendum alla costituzione: Il 2 giugno (1971) Documentary
    • From Referendum to the Constitution: June 2
  • I Cavalieri di Malta (1971) Documentary
    • The Knights of Malta

Filmography as actor

  • Il processo Clemenceau, directed by Edoardo Bencivenga (1917)
  • La bellezza del mondo, directed by Mario Almirante (1927)
  • La compagnia dei matti, directed by Mario Almirante (1928)
  • La vecchia signora, by Amleto Palermi (1931)
  • Due cuori felici, by Baldassarre Negroni (1932)
  • Gli uomini, che mascalzoni!, by Mario Camerini (1932)
  • La segretaria per tutti, by Amleto Palermi (1932)
  • Un cattivo soggetto, by Carlo Ludovico Bragaglia (1933)
  • La canzone del sole, by Max Neufeld (he stars too the German version titles Das lied der sonne) (1933)
  • Il signore desidera?, by Gennaro Righelli (1933)
  • Lisetta, by Carl Boese (1934)
  • Tempo massimo, by Mario Mattoli (1934)
  • Amo te sola, by Mario Mattoli (1935)
  • Darò un milione, by Mario Camerini (1935)
  • Lohengrin, by Nunzio Malasomma (1935)
  • Non ti conosco più, by Nunzio Malasomma (1936)
  • Ma non è una cosa seria, by Mario Camerini (1936)
  • L'uomo che sorride, by Mario Mattoli (1936)
  • Questi ragazzi, by Mario Mattoli (1937)
  • Il signor Max, by Mario Camerini (1937)
  • Napoli d'altri tempi, by Amleto Palermi (1937)
  • La mazurka di papà, by Oreste Biancoli (1938)
  • Partire, by Amleto Palermi (1938)
  • Hanno rapito un uomo, by Gennaro Righelli (1938)
  • L'orologio a cucù, by Camillo Mastrocinque (1938)
  • Le due madri, by Amleto Palermi (1938)
  • Castelli in aria,by Augusto Genina (He stars too the German version Ins blaue leben) (1939)
  • Ai vostri ordini, signora!, by Mario Mattoli (1939)
  • Grandi magazzini, by Mario Camerini (1939)
  • Finisce sempre così, by Enrique T. Susini (1939)
  • Rose scarlatte, by Giuseppe Amato and Vittorio De Sica (1939)
  • Manon Lescaut, by Carmine Gallone (1940)
  • Pazza di gioia, by Carlo Ludovico Bragaglia (1940)
  • Maddalena... zero in condotta, by Vittorio De Sica (1940)
  • La peccatrice, by Amleto Palermi (1940)
  • L'avventuriera del piano di sopra, by Raffaello Matarazzo (script too, not credited) (1941)
  • Teresa Venerdì, by Vittorio De Sica (1941)
  • Un garibaldino al convento, by Vittorio De Sica (1942)
  • La guardia del corpo, by Carlo Ludovico Bragaglia (script too) (1942)
  • Se io fossi onesto, by Carlo Ludovico Bragaglia (script too) (1942)
  • I nostri sogni, by Vittorio Cottafavi (script too) (1943)
  • Nessuno torna indietro, by Alessandro Blasetti (1943)
  • L'ippocampo, by Gian Paolo Rosmino (script too, and assistant to director, not credited) (1943)
  • Non sono superstizioso... ma!, by Carlo Ludovico Bragaglia (script too) (1943)
  • Lo sbaglio di essere vivo, by Carlo Ludovico Bragaglia (1945)
  • Il mondo vuole così, by Giorgio Bianchi (1946)
  • Roma città libera, by Marcello Pagliero (1946)
  • Abbasso la ricchezza!, by Gennaro Righelli (story and script too) (1946)
  • Lo sconosciuto di San Marino, by Michal Waszynski and Vittorio Cottafavi (1947)
  • Cuore, by Duilio Coletti (procucer and script too) (1947)
  • Natale al campo 119, regia di Pietro Francisci (anche sceneggiatura e supervisione regìa, non accreditata) (1947)
  • Sperduti nel buio, by Camillo Mastrocinque (1947)
  • Domani è troppo tardi, by Léonide Moguy (anche consulenza tecnica alla regìa, not credited) (1949)
  • Buongiorno, elefante!, by Gianni Franciolini (producer too) (1951)
  • Cameriera bella presenza offresi..., by Giorgio Pàstina (1951)
  • Il processo di Frine, episode of Altri tempi, by Alessandro Blasetti (1952)
  • L'orso, episodio de Il matrimonio, by Antonio Petrucci (1953)
  • Incidente a Villa Borghese, episode of Villa Borghese, by Gianni Franciolini (1953)
  • Il fine dicitore, episode of Gran Varietà, by Domenico Paolella (1953)
  • Pendolin, episode of Cento anni d'amore, by Lionello De Felice (1953)
  • The Earrings of Madame de..., by Max Ophüls (1953)
  • Pane, amore e fantasia, by Luigi Comencini (1953)
  • Peccato che sia una canaglia, by Alessandro Blasetti (1954)
  • Pane, amore e gelosia, by Luigi Comencini (1954)
  • Il divorzio (Le divorce), episode of Il letto (Secrets d'alcove), by Gianni Franciolini (1954)
  • L'allegro squadrone, by Paolo Moffa (1954)
  • Vergine moderna, by Marcello Pagliero (1954)
  • Scena all'aperto and Don Corradino, episodes of Tempi nostri, by Alessandro Blasetti (1954)
  • I giocatori, episode of L'oro di Napoli, by Vittorio De Sica (1954)
  • La bella mugnaia, by Mario Camerini (1955)
  • Gli ultimi cinque minuti, by Giuseppe Amato (1955)
  • Il segno di Venere, by Dino Risi (1955)
  • Pane, amore e..., by Dino Risi (1955)
  • Racconti romani, by Gianni Franciolini (1955)
  • Il bigamo, by Luciano Emmer (1955)
  • I giorni più belli, by Mario Mattoli (1955)
  • Mio figlio Nerone, by Steno (1956)
  • I colpevoli, by Turi Vasile (1956)
  • Souvenir d'Italie, by Antonio Pietrangeli (1956)
  • Noi siamo le colonne, by Luigi Filippo D'Amico (1956)
  • Padri e figli, by Mario Monicelli (1956)
  • Tempo di villeggiatura, by Antonio Racioppi (1956)
  • Montecarlo, by Samuel Taylor and Giulio Macchi (director's assistant too) (1956)
  • Casinò de Paris, by André Hunebelle (1957)
  • Pane, amore e Andalusia, by Javier Setó (director's assistant too) (1957)
  • Il conte Max, by Giorgio Bianchi (1957)
  • La donna che venne dal mare, by Francesco De Robertis (1957)
  • Il medico e lo stregone, by Mario Monicelli (1957)
  • Vacanze a Ischia, by Mario Camerini (1957)
  • Totò, Vittorio e la dottoressa, by Camillo Mastrocinque (1957)
  • A Farewell to the Arms, by Charles Vidor (1957)
  • Amore e chiacchiere, by Alessandro Blasetti (1957)
  • Ballerina e buon Dio, by Antonio Leonviola (1958)
  • Gli zitelloni, by Giorgio Bianchi (1958)
  • Pezzo, capopezzo e capitano, by Wolfgang Staudte (1958)
  • Anna di Brooklyn, by Reginald Denham and Carlo Lastricati (director's assistant too) (1958)
  • Domenica è sempre domenica, by Camillo Mastrocinque (1958)
  • Uomini e nobiluomini, by Giorgio Bianchi (1958)
  • La ragazza di Piazza San Pietro, by Piero Costa (1958)
  • Nel blu dipinto di blu (Volare), by Piero Tellini (1958)
  • Policarpo, ufficiale di scrittura, byMario Soldati (1958)
  • La prima notte, by Alberto Cavalcanti (1958)
  • Ferdinando I, re di Napoli, by Gianni Franciolini (1959)
  • Gastone, by Mario Bonnard (1959)
  • Il generale della Rovere, byRoberto Rossellini (1959)
  • Il mondo dei miracoli, by Luigi Capuano (1959)
  • Il moralista, by Giorgio Bianchi (1959)
  • Il nemico di mia moglie, by Gianni Puccini (1959)
  • Vacanze d'inverno, by Camillo Mastrocinque (1959)
  • Napoleone ad Austerlitz, by Abel Gance (1960)
  • La sposa bella, by Nunnally Johnson and Mario Russo (1960)
  • Le tre eccetera del colonnello, by Claude Boissol (1960)
  • Le pillole di Ercole, by Luciano Salce (1960)
  • Un amore a Roma, by Dino Risi (1960)
  • Il vigile, by Luigi Zampa (1960)
  • La baia di Napoli, by Melville Shavelson (1960)
  • La miliardaria, by Anthony Asquith (1960)
  • Gli attendenti, by Giorgio Bianchi (1961)
  • L'onorata società, by Riccardo Pazzaglia (1961)
  • Le meraviglie di Aladino, by Mario Bava and Henry Levin (1961)
  • I celebri amori di Enrico IV, byClaude Autant-Lara (1961)
  • La Fayette, una spada per due bandiere, by Jean Dréville (1961)
  • I due marescialli, bySergio Corbucci (1961)
  • Gli incensurati, by Francesco Giaculli (1961)
  • Eva, by Joseph Losey and Guidarino Guidi (1962)
  • Le avventure e gli amori di Moll Flanders, by Terence Young (1965)
  • Io, io, io... e gli altri, by Alessandro Blasetti (1966)
  • Gli altri, gli altri e noi, by Maurizio Arena (1966)
  • Un italiano in America, by Alberto Sordi (1967)
  • Colpo grosso alla napoletana, by Ken Annakin (1968)
  • The Shoes of the Fisherman, by James Kennaway & John Patrick, novel by Morris L. West (1968)
  • Caroline Chérie, by Denys de la Patellière (1968)
  • L'uomo venuto dal Kremlino, by Michael Anderson (1968)
  • Se è martedì, dev'essere il Belgio, by Mel Stuart (1969)
  • Una su 13, by Nicholas Gessner and Luciano Lucignani (1969)
  • Cose di Cosa Nostra, by Steno (1970)
  • Trastevere, by Fausto Tozzi (1971)
  • Io non vedo, tu non parli, lui non sente, by Mario Camerini (1971)
  • L'odore delle belve,by Richard Balducci (1972)
  • Siamo tutti in libertà provvisoria, by Manlio Scarpelli (1972)
  • Grande slalom per una rapina, by George Englund (1972)
  • Le avventure di Pinocchio, by Luigi Comencini (both Film and TV versions) (1972)
  • Ettore lo fusto, by Enzo G. Castellari (1972)
  • Piccoli miracoli, film TV, by Jeannot Szwarc (1973)
  • Storia de fratelli e de cortelli, by Mario Amendola (1973)
  • Il delitto Matteotti, by Florestano Vancini (1973)
  • Viaggia, ragazza, viaggia, hai la musica nelle vene, by Pasquale Squitieri (1973)
  • Dracula cerca sangue di vergine... e morì di sete!!!, by Paul Morrissey and Antonio Margheriti (1974)
  • C'eravamo tanto amati, by Ettore Scola (1974)
  • Intorno, short film directed by Manuel De Sica (1974)
  • L'eroe, tv movie, by Manuel De Sica (1974)

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