Man, Beast and Virtue
L'uomo, la bestia e la virtù (Italian pronunciation: [ˈlwɔːmo la ˈbestja e la virˈtu]), internationally released as Man, Beast and Virtue, is a 1953 Italian comedy film directed by Steno. It starred Italian comedian Toto and famed actor Orson Welles. It is based on the 1919 play with the same name by Luigi Pirandello. The film was originally shot in Gevacolor.
|L'uomo, la bestia, la virtù|
(Man, Beast and Virtue)
|Directed by||Steno (Stefano Vanzina)|
|Produced by||Dino De Laurentiis & Carlo Ponti|
|Written by||Luigi Pirandello (play), Lucio Fulci|
|Music by||Angelo Francesco Lavagnino|
|Edited by||Gisa Radicchi Levi|
|Distributed by||Lux Film|
|May 9, 1953|
Paolino (Totò) is in love with a married woman Annarella (Viviane Romance). Both consume whenever pleasant loves, but one day Annarella becomes pregnant. The woman's husband: Captain Perella (Orson Welles), a few months ago is out of town for work, but a day suddenly returns. Paolino to avoid the betrayal that you know, put a plan in place so that Perella steps a night of pleasure with Annarella, so that after a few months of getting her pregnant believe him.
- Nino Genovese, Sebastiano Gesù. La musa inquietante di Pirandello, il cinema. Bonanno, 1990.
- Alberto Anile. I film di Totò (1946-1967): la maschera tradita. Le mani, 1998.