Schiava del peccato (Slave to Sin) is a 1954 Italian melodrama film directed by Raffaello Matarazzo.
I figli di nessuno is a 1951 Italian drama film.
L'angelo bianco (internationally released as The White Angel) is a 1955 Italian film in the Melodrama genre directed by Raffaello Matarazzo. It is the sequel of I figli di nessuno (1951). According the author Louis Bayman, this couple of films "sealed director Raffaello Matarazzo's reputation as king of the Italian melodramatists".
Cerasella is a 1959 Italian teen comedy film directed by Raffaello Matarazzo.
Catene (internationally released as Chains) is a 1949 Italian film in the Melodrama genre directed by Raffaello Matarazzo . It had an impressive commercial success, being seen by 6 million people, one in eight Italians of the time, and was followed by a series of other six successful films still directed by Matarazzo and featuring the couple Amedeo Nazzari and Yvonne Sanson. The film was remade in 1974.
Chi è senza peccato is a 1952 Italian drama film by Raffaello Matarazzo.
Guai ai vinti (Woe to the Vanquished Ones) is a 1954 Italian melodrama film directed by Raffaello Matarazzo. It is based on the novel Vae Victis by Annie Vivanti.
The Adventuress from the Floor Above (Italian:L'avventuriera del piano di sopra) is a 1941 Italian comedy film directed by Raffaello Matarazzo and starring Vittorio De Sica, Clara Calamai and Giuditta Rissone. It was made at the Palatino Studios in Rome. The film was part of the popular White Telephone genre of comedies.
The Opium Den (Italian:La fumeria d'oppio) is a 1947 Italian crime film directed by Raffaello Matarazzo and starring Emilio Ghione Jr., Mariella Lotti and Emilio Cigoli. It was an unsuccessful attempt to revive the Za La Mort character, who had been a popular figure during the silent era. Ghione jr. was the son of the actor Emilio Ghione who had originally played the role.
Tourist Train (Italian:Treno popolare) is a 1933 Italian comedy film directed by Raffaello Matarazzo and starring Marcello Spada, Lina Gennari and Carlo Petrangeli. The film portrays the comic adventures of a group of summertime travellers. It was shot on the Florence-Rome railway and in Orvieto. It was one of a number of films made during the 1930s whose realism pointed in the direction of the later development of Italian neorealism.
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