Franco Interlenghi


Actor
Franco Interlenghi

About

Birth Place
Italy
Born
October 29, 1931

Biography

One of Italy's foremost leading men of the 1950s, Interlenghi made his debut as a juvenile player in Vittorio De Sica's "Shoeshine" (1946). His performance in Fellini's "I Vitelloni" (1953) established him as a leading man and for a time he was considered to be a screen rival of Marcello Mastroianni. After a fifteen year absence from films, he returned to screen acting with 1985's "Miran...

Family & Companions

Antonella Lauldi
Wife

Biography

One of Italy's foremost leading men of the 1950s, Interlenghi made his debut as a juvenile player in Vittorio De Sica's "Shoeshine" (1946). His performance in Fellini's "I Vitelloni" (1953) established him as a leading man and for a time he was considered to be a screen rival of Marcello Mastroianni. After a fifteen year absence from films, he returned to screen acting with 1985's "Miranda." Interlenghi also established himself as a prominent stage actor and won acclaim for an Italian production of Arthur Miller's "Death of a Salesman."

Life Events

1946

Feature debut, "Shoeshine/Sciuscia"

1951

First US production, "Teresa"

1953

Received notice for his performance in Fellini's "I Vitelloni"

1968

Last film for more than 15 years, "Una Notte per 5 Rapine"

1985

Returned to film acting with "Miranda"

1989

US TV debut in the syndicated miniseries, "A Child Called Jesus"

Videos

Movie Clip

I Vitelloni (1953) - 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) - 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) - 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.
Farewell To Arms, A (1957) - We Tell A Story Grandeur and literary credentials, Charles Vidor directs and Rock Hudson narrates, roughly from the Hemingway novel, opening producer David O. Selznick’s 1957 production, co-starring Selznick’s wife, Jennifer Jones, Kurt Kasznar, Franco Interlenghi and Leopold Trieste introduced, in A Farewell To Arms.
I Vitelloni (1953) - 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.

Trailer

Companions

Antonella Lauldi
Wife

Bibliography