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Terror in the City (1966)
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I Vitelloni (1953) -- (Movie Clip) Now You'll Be In The Movies Federico Fellini begins in an Adriatic coastal town, resembling his native Rimini, introducing his gang, many by their own first names, Alberto Soldi, Leopoldo Trieste, Franco Interlenghi (the narrator), Fellini’s brother Riccardo, and Franco Fabrizi, and Eleonora Ruffo as beauty queen Sandra, in I Vitelloni, 1953.
I Vitelloni (1953) -- (Movie Clip) Lets Go Watch Guidizio Fish Arguably exquisite scene by Federico Fellini as “the young bulls,” (one translation of the ambiguous title), Riccardo Fellini, Franco Interlenghi, Leopoldo Trieste, winter at their Italian summer town, Alberto (Sordi) discovering his sister (Claude Farell) with a nasty boyfriend, in I Vitelloni, 1953.
I Vitelloni (1953) -- (Movie Clip) What Are You Crying For? Fausto (Franco Fabrizi) upbraided by his dad (Jean Brochard) for planning to leave his pregnant girlfriend, her brother Moraldo (Franco Interlenghi) narrating and impartial, then the wedding with Eleonara Ruffo as Sandra, Alberto (Sordi) and the gang, in Federico Fellini’s I Vitelloni, 1953.
Ginger And Fred (1986) -- (Movie Clip) Are We In Such Bad Shape? Escaping the inescapably Federico Fellini-esque backstage scene of the low-rent Roman TV nostalgia special, the principals (the director’s wife Giullietta Masina as Amelia, a.k.a. Ginger and Marcello Mastroianni as Pippo, a.k.a. “Fred”) with their old friend Toto (Mignoli), assume their costumes and continue their reacquaintance, in Ginger And Fred, 1986.
Ginger And Fred (1986) -- (Movie Clip) I Don't See The Resemblance On the first evening in the modest Rome hotel, Amelia (Giulietta Masina, the director’s wife, stage name “Ginger,”) remains in good spirits, awaiting the corny TV special and her still-absent partner “Fred,” Martin Maria Blau the disinterested assistant director, in Federico Fellini’s Ginger And Fred, 1986.
Ginger And Fred (1986) -- (Movie Clip) It's Like A Landing Strip Still not discouraged that her old partner hasn’t turned up for the TV variety show in Rome, Amelia, (a.k.a. “Ginger,” Giulietta Masina, wife of the director Federico Fellini) manages to be charitable when she discovers he (Marcello Mastroianni, his first scene, as Pippo, a.k.a. “Fred”) is her noisy neighbor, in Ginger And Fred, 1986.
I Vitelloni (1953) -- (Movie Clip) Listen To This Mambo Fausto (Franco Fabrizi) and pregnant Sandra (Eleonora Ruffo) home from their honeymoon, her brother Moraldo (Franco Interlenghi), Alberto (Sordi) and the gang welcoming, then he must take a job, her father (Enrico Viarisio) having engaged a shopkeeper (Carlo Romano), in Federico Fellini’s I Vitelloni, 1953.