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La Strada -- (Movie Clip) Opening Credits Opening credit sequence for Federico Fellini's first international hit, La Strada, 1954, starring his wife Giuletta Masina, Anthony Quinn and Richard Basehart, from the new restoration by The Film Foundation, The Criterion Collection and The Hollywood Foreign Press Association.
La Strada -- (Movie Clip) Macho Man Directed by her husband Federico Fellini, country-girl Gelsomina (Giulietta Masina) at her first restaurant dinner with intoxicated roustabout strong-man Zampano (Anthony Quinn), who in-effect purchased her from her impoverished mother, and who soon becomes more interested in the barmaid (Anna Primula), in La Strada, 1954.
La Strada -- (Movie Clip) Here He Is, Zampano! On their first day together, traveling entertainer Zampano (Anthony Quinn) discovers Gelsomina (Giulietta Masina, the director's wife), the assistant he's basically purchased, can't cook, and offers some instruction on performance, in Federico Fellini's La Strada, 1954.
La Strada -- (Movie Clip) Gelsomina Opening scene in which Gelsomina (Giulietta Masina) is sold by her mother (Caterina Boratto) to entertainer Zampano (Anthony Quinn) for ten thousand lire, in Federico Fellini's La Strada, 1954.
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) 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.
La Notte (1961) -- (Movie Clip) That What You Did Was Vile? Giovanni (Marcello Mastroianni) confesses his sexual liaison just minutes earlier with a stranger, to his unimpressed wife Lidia (Jeanne Moreau), en route to a party marking publication of his new novel, in Michelangelo Antonioni's drama of alienation, La Notte, 1962.
La Notte (1961) -- (Movie Clip) It Would Be Pointless Joining director Michelangelo Antonioni's deliberate opening, we meet hospitalized Tomasso (Bernhard Wicki) , Giovanni and Lidia (Marcello Mastroainni, Jeanne Moreau) completing their progress through Milan, interrupted by a neighbor (Maria Pia Luzi), in La Notte, 1962.
La Notte (1961) -- (Movie Clip) Every Millionaire Wants His Own Intellectual Director Michelangelo Antonioni makes clear how desperately bored his principals, writer Giovanni (Marcello Mastroianni) and wife Lidia (Jeanne Moreau), are with their lives and each other, barely able to decide whether to attend an upper-crust Milan party, in La Notte, 1962.
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.
Nights Of Cabiria -- (Movie Clip) She Lives The Life Second part of director Federico Fellini's opening, bystanders pull Giulietta Masina (Fellini's wife, title character) from the river she's been pushed into by a boyfriend who snatched her purse, from Nights Of Cabiria, 1957.
Nights Of Cabiria -- (Movie Clip) Best Dancer In Rome Starting over as a streetwalker, Giulietta Masina (title character) on a Roman evening with various associates including friend Wanda (Franca Marzi), in Nights Of Cabiria, 1957, directed by Masina's husband Federico Fellini.