The City Stands Trial

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The City Stands Trial (Italian: Processo alla città) is a 1952 Italian drama film directed by Luigi Zampa and starring Amedeo Nazzari, is based on a revisiting of the Cuocolo murders and the struggle for control of Naples by the Camorra in the early 1900s. read more

The City Stands Trial (Italian: Processo alla città) is a 1952 Italian drama film directed by Luigi Zampa and starring Amedeo Nazzari, is based on a revisiting of the Cuocolo murders and the struggle for control of Naples by the Camorra in the early 1900s. It is considered to be Zampa's most accomplished film. It was entered into the 3rd Berlin International Film Festival.

Original Release

09/05/1952

Cast

Amedeo Nazzari Prosecutor Antonio Spicacci
Silvana Pampanini Liliana Ferrara
Paolo Stoppa Delegato di Polizia Perrone
Dante Maggio Armando Capezzuto / Armando
Franco Interlenghi Luigi Esposito
Irène Galter Nunziata
Gualtiero Tumiati The Chief Prosecutor
Tina Pica The Restaurant Owner
Turi Pandolfini Ragionier Filippetti
Franca Tamantini Carmela
(see additional cast & crew)

Directors

Luigi Zampa

Writers

Suso Cecchi d'Amico, Diego Fabbri, Ettore Giannini, Francesco Rosi, Turi Vasile, Luigi Zampa

Cast

Amedeo Nazzari Prosecutor Antonio Spicacci
Silvana Pampanini Liliana Ferrara
Paolo Stoppa Delegato di Polizia Perrone
Dante Maggio Armando Capezzuto / Armando
Franco Interlenghi Luigi Esposito
Irène Galter Nunziata
Gualtiero Tumiati The Chief Prosecutor
Tina Pica The Restaurant Owner
Turi Pandolfini Ragionier Filippetti
Franca Tamantini Carmela
Bella Starace Sainati The Porter at Ruotolo's
Agostino Salvietti Brigadiere Mastellone
Mimì Ferrari Don Salvatore
Viviane Vallé Maria
Vittorio André The Optician Amedeo Contursi
Tina Castigliano Amalia Tortorella
Vittoria Crispo Neighbour of Ruotolos
Lino Crispo Gennarino 'nzisto
Andrea De Marco
Bruno Donato

Editors

Eraldo Da Roma

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