Two Happy Hearts
Two Happy Hearts (Italian: Due cuori felici) is a 1932 Italian comedy film directed by Baldassarre Negroni and starring Vittorio De Sica.
|Two Happy Hearts|
|Directed by||Baldassarre Negroni|
|Written by||Raffaello Matarazzo|
|Starring||Vittorio De Sica|
|Edited by||Baldassarre Negroni|
- Rina Franchetti as Anna Rosi
- Mimì Aylmer as Clara Fabbri
- Vittorio De Sica as Mister Brown
- Umberto Melnati as Ing. Carlo Fabbri
- Loli Pilotto as La cameriera
- Giorgio Bianchi as Un amico di Fabbri
- Umberto Cocchi
- Gino Viotti
- Tina Zucchi
Other film versions
- A Bit of Love (March 1932, Germany, directed by Max Neufeld)
- Monsieur, Madame and Bibi (March 1932, France, directed by Max Neufeld and Jean Boyer)
- Yes, Mr Brown (January 1933, United Kingdom, directed by Herbert Wilcox)
- "Due cuori felici". BFI. Retrieved 11 September 2010.
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