Television (1931 film)
Television (Italian: Televisione) is a 1931 American comedy film directed by Charles de Rochefort and starring Anna Maria Dossena, Silvio Orsini and Amina Pirani Maggi.
|Directed by||Charles de Rochefort|
|Written by||Michel Duran |
Howard Irving Young (play)
|Starring||Anna Maria Dossena |
Amina Pirani Maggi
|Edited by||Otello Colangeli|
|Distributed by||Paramount Pictures|
Adapted from the play by Howard Irving Young, it was made at the Joinville Studios in Paris. Paramount Pictures was pursuing a strategy of producing multiple-language versions there, and this film was made in several different languages. The film's sets were designed by Paolo Reni.
- Anna Maria Dossena as Jeanne
- Silvio Orsini as Andrea Leroy, L'inventore
- Amina Pirani Maggi as La signora Ridon, la portinaia
- Cesare Zoppetti as Stefani, il finanziere
- Nino Eller as Sinclair
- Enrico Signorini as Jean
- Waldman p.162
- Waldman, Harry. Missing Reels: Lost Films of American and European Cinema. McFarland, 2000.
- Television on IMDb
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