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1w779 PAISAN 3 8x10 stills '49 Roberto Rossellini's Paisa, U.S. soldiers & Italians post WWII!

Date Sold 6/7/2012
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3 Original 1949 Vintage Theatrical 8" x 10" [20 x 25 cm] Movie Stills (Learn More)

Paisa (released in the U.S. in 1948 as "Paisan"), the classic 1946 Roberto Rossellini Italian World War II (WWII) neo-realist military romantic melodrama ("The lives and loves of GI's in Italy"; "English dialogue made in Rome"; set in the waning days of World War II, about the U.S. soldiers in Italy, and their interactions with the local citizens, as presented in six different segments; because director Rossellini wanted the movie to be as realistic as possible, he mostly cast non-actors in all of the main roles) starring Camela Sazio, Robert Van Loon, Dots Johnson, Alfonsino Pasca (billed as "Alfonsino"), Gar Moore, Maria Michi, Harriet Medin (billed as "Harriet White"), Renzo Avanzo, William Tubbs (billed as "Bill Tubbs"), Dale Edmonds, and Cigolani. Note that Dots Johnson was born Hylan Johnson and was a black African American actor who, along with most of the other actors in this movie, made his acting debut here. However, many of the other actors never appeared in other movies, but Johnson went on to appear in several notable movies including No Way Out and The Joe Louis Story. Also note that Italy had been devastated in World War II, and it was a major accomplishment for this movie to be filmed right after the war. It was released in September of 1946 at the Venice Film Festival, and then released throughout Italy in December of 1946. It did not open in France until September of 1947, and in the U.S. until March of 1948, with most other major countries having their first releases over the next two years. First release movie posters from this movie from ANY country are incredibly scarce. First release movie posters from Italy are virtually unknown!
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