"Villa Borghese" (also known as "Römischer Reigen", "Amants de Villa Borghese, Les", "It Happened in the Park") is a Comedy/Drama film directed by Vittorio De Sica and Gianni Franciolini, released in the USA on August 12 of 1957.
Who directed "Villa Borghese":
Villa Borghese was directed by Vittorio De Sica and Gianni Franciolini.
Vittorio De Sica was an Italian actor, director, screenwriter, writer, and producer. Before making Villa Borghese, he had directed Umberto D., released in 1952, Miracolo a Milano (1951), Ladri di biciclette (1948), Bambini ci guardano, I (1944), Un Garibaldino al convento (1942), and Teresa Venerdì (1941). Since, Vittorio De Sica directed Stazione Termini, released in 1953, L' Oro di Napoli (1954), Anna di Brooklyn (1958), Boccaccio '70 (1962), Sequestrati di Altona, I (1962), and Ieri, oggi, domani (1963).
Gianni Franciolini was an Italian director, and screenwriter. Before Villa Borghese, he had directed . Since, Gianni Franciolini directed Mondo le condanna, Il, released in 1953, Racconti d'estate (1958), Ferdinando I. re di Napoli (1959).
When was "Villa Borghese" released:
Villa Borghese was initally released in the United States on Monday, August 12, 1957. Another film released on Monday, August 12, 1957 is The Unknown Terror (dir. Charles Marquis Warren). This was sixty-two (62) years ago.
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