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Umberto D.(1952)

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  • Voted Best Foreign Film of the Year (shared with "Diabolique") by the 1955 New York Film Critics Association.
  • Released in United States 1955
  • Released in United States August 13, 1990
  • Released in United States Fall September 6, 2002
  • Released in United States May 1952
  • Released in United States on Video May 30, 1995
  • Released in United States on Video October 1986
  • Re-released in United States February 15, 2002
  • Re-released in United States September 6, 2002
  • Shown at Cannes Film Festival May 1952.
  • Shown at Lincoln Center, New York City in the series "A Roman Holiday" August 13, 1990.
  • Released in United States May 1952 (Shown at Cannes Film Festival May 1952.)
  • Released in United States on Video May 30, 1995
  • Released in United States August 13, 1990 (Shown at Lincoln Center, New York City in the series "A Roman Holiday" August 13, 1990.)
  • Released in United States Fall September 6, 2002
  • Re-released in United States September 6, 2002 (Los Angeles)
  • Staying true to his neo-realist form, De Sica cast Battisti, a non-actor (actually a real-life university professor) making his screen debut with this film.
  • Formerly distributed by Nelson Entertainment.
  • The 2002 re-release is a newly restored 35mm print.
  • Widely considered by many critics to be De Sica's masterpiece.
  • Released in United States 1955
  • Re-released in United States February 15, 2002 (Film Forum; New York City)
  • Released in United States on Video October 1986