Alida Valli
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Semana Santa (2002)
[ Mira Sorvino ]
Vino santo (2000)
[ Anna Galiena ]
Dolce rumore della vita, Il (1999)
[ Francesca Neri ]
Fatal Frames (1996)
[ Linnea Quigley ][ Veronica Logan ][ Nina Soldano ][ Stefania Di-Monaco ]
A Month by the Lake (1995)
[ Uma Thurman ][ Vanessa Redgrave ]
Lungo silenzio, Il (1993)
[ Ottavia Piccolo ]
Bugie rosse (1993)
Vita in gioco 2, Una (1992)
[ Mariangela Melato ][ Eliana Miglio ]
Zitti e Mosca (1991)
Bocca, La (1990)
[ Claudine Auger ][ Tahnee Welch ][ Valeria Cavalli ]
À notre regrettable époux (1988)
Jupon rouge, Le (1987)
[ Marie Christine Barrault ]
We the Living (1986)
Aspern (1985)
[ Bulle Ogier ]
Segreti segreti (1985)
[ Stefania Sandrelli ][ Mariangela Melato ][ Rossana Podesta ]
Sogni mostruosamente proibiti (1982)
[ Janet Agren ]
Caduta degli angeli ribelli, La (1981)
[ Clio Goldsmith ]
Sezona mira u Parizu (1981)
[ Maria Schneider ]
Aquella casa en las afueras (1980)
Inferno (1980)
[ Daria Nicolodi ][ Eleonora Giorgi ]
Puppenspiel mit toten Augen (1980)
Luna, La (1979)
[ Ronaldina ]
Zoo zéro (1979)
Landvogt von Greifensee, Der (1979)
[ Adelheid Arndt ]
Indagine su un delitto perfetto (1978)
[ Gloria Guida ][ Janet Agren ]
Grandes conjurations: Le tumulte d'Amboise, Les (1978)
Porco mondo (1978)
[ Jo Kennedy ][ Barbara Rey ]
Cuore semplice, Un (1978)
[ Adriana Asti ][ Tina Aumont ]
Suor Omicidi (1978)
[ Anita Eckberg ][ Paola Morra ]
Suspiria (1977)
[ Jessica Harper ][ Stefania Casini ]
Berlinguer ti voglio bene (1977)
The Cassandra Crossing (1976)
[ Sophia Loren ][ Ava Gardener ][ Ann Turkel ][ Ingrid Thulin ]
Jeu du solitaire, Le (1976)
[ Sabine Haudepin ]
1900 (1976)
[ Stefania Sandrelli ][ Dominique Sanda ][ Stefania Casini ]
Ce cher Victor (1975)
Chair de l'orchidée, La (1975)
[ Charlotte Rampling ][ Edwige Feuillere ]
Caso Raoul, Il (1975)
Tendre Dracula (1974)
[ Miou Miou ]
No es nada, mamá, sólo un juego (1974)
[ Andrea Rau ]
Anticristo, L' (1974)
[ Jo Kennedy ]
Casa dell'esorcismo, La (1973)
[ Elke Sommer ][ Sylva Koscina ]
Diario di un italiano (1973)
[ Mara Venier ]
Occhio nel labirinto, L' (1972)
[ Sybil Danning ]
Prima notte di quiete, La (1972)
Champignon, Le (1970)
[ Mylene Demongeot ]
Strategia del ragno (1970)
Edipo re (1967)
[ Silvana Mangano ]
Umorismo in nero (1965)
Rome Will Never Leave You: Part 2 (1964)
[ Daniela Bianchi ]
Rome Will Never Leave You: Part 1 (1964)
[ Daniela Bianchi ]
Hombre de papel, El (1963)
Valle de las espadas, El (1963)
[ Fabia Taffarel ]
Ophélia (1963)
Autre femme, L' (1963)
[ Annie Girardot ]
A la salida (1963)
Al otro lado de la ciudad (1962)
Disordine, Il (1962)
[ Susan Strasberg ][ Adriana Asti ]
Homenaje a la hora de la siesta (1962)
[ Alexandra Stewart ]
The Happy Thieves (1962)
[ Rita Hayworth ]
Une aussi longue absence (1961)
Fille du torrent, La (1961)
Dialogue des Carmélites, Le (1960)
[ Jeanne Moreau ]
Yeux sans visage, Les (1960)
Treno di Natale (1960)
Peccato degli anni verdi, Il (1960)
[ Raffaella Carra` ]
Gigolo, Le (1960)
Signé Arsène Lupin (1959)
Bijoutiers du clair de lune, Les (1958)
[ Brigitte Bardot ]
This Angry Age (1958)
[ Silvana Mangano ]
Grido, Il (1957)
Amore più bello, L' (1957)
Grande strada azzurra, La (1957)
[ Ronaldina ]
Senso (1954)
Amants de Tolède, Les (1953)
Mondo le condanna, Il (1952)
The Stranger's Hand (1952)
Miracles n'ont lieu qu'une fois, Les (1951)
Ultimo incontro, L' (1951)
The White Tower (1950)
Walk Softly, Stranger (1950)
The Third Man (1949)
The Miracle of the Bells (1948)
The Paradine Case (1947)
Eugenia Grandet (1947)
Canto della vita, Il (1945)
Vita ricomincia, La (1945)
Circo equestre Za-bum (1944)
Apparizione (1943)
T'amerò sempre (1943)
Pagliacci, I (1943)
Stasera niente di nuovo (1942)
Noi vivi (1942)
Addio Kira! (1942)
Due orfanelle, Le (1942)
Catene invisibili (1942)
Amante segreta, L' (1941)
Ore 9 lezione di chimica (1941)
Luce nelle tenebre (1941)
Piccolo mondo antico (1941)
Prima donna che passa, La (1940)
Oltre l'amore (1940)
Taverna rossa (1940)
Manon Lescaut (1940)
Assenza ingiustificata (1939)
Mille lire al mese (1939)
Ballo al castello (1939)
Casa del peccato, La (1938)
Amor mio non muore..., L' (1938)
L'ha fatto una signora (1938)
Sono stato io! (1937)
Feroce Saladino, Il (1937)
Ultima nemica, L' (1937)
Due sergenti, I (1936)
Cappello a tre punte, Il (1934)


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This enigmatic, dark-haired foreign import was dubbed "The Next Garbo" but didn't live up to post-war expectations despite her cool, patrician beauty, remote allure and significant talent. Born in Pola, Italy (now Croatia), on May 3, 1921, the daughter of an Austrian journalist and professor and Italian homemaker, she studied dramatics as a teen at the Motion Picture Academy of Rome and Centro Sperimentale di Cinematografia before beginning in bit roles in such films as Cappello a tre punte, Il (1934) [The Three-Cornered Hat] and Due sergenti, I (1936) [The Two Sergeants]. She made a leading name for herself in Italy during WWII with the film Manon Lescaut (1940) (title role), won a Venice Film Festival award for Piccolo mondo antico (1941) [Little Old World], and was a critical sensation in Noi vivi (1942) [We the Living]. She briefly abandoned her career, however, in 1943, refusing to appear in what she considered Fascist propaganda, and was forced into hiding. The next year she married surrealist painter/pianist/composer Oscar De Mejo. They had two children, one of them, Carlo De Mejo, became an actor. The marriage later dissolved amid a 1954 drug, sex and murder scandal that involved her former husband and his mistress, a public outbreak that nearly ruined her career.Following her potent, award-winning work in the title role of Eugenia Grandet (1947), she was discovered and contracted by David O. Selznick to play the murder suspect Maddalena Paradine in Alfred Hitchcock's The Paradine Case (1947). Billed during her Hollywood years simply as "Valli," Selznick also gave her top femme female billing in Carol Reed's classic film noir The Third Man (1949), but for every excellent turn in the above-mentioned films, she experienced such failures as The Miracle of the Bells (1948), and the audiences stayed away. In 1951 she bid a quick farewell to Hollywood and returned to her beloved Italy. In Europe again, she became well sought after by the best of directors. Her countess in Visconti's Senso (1954) was widely heralded and she moved easily from ingénue to vivid character roles. Later stand-out films encompassed costume dramas as well as shockers, and had her playing everything from baronesses to grandmothers, including _Yeux sans visage, Les (1959)_ [Eyes Without a Face], Gigolo, Le (1960), Edipo re (1967/I) [Oedipus Rex], Tendre Dracula (1974), 1900 (1976), Suspiria (1977), Luna, La (1979), Inferno (1980), Aspern (1985), A Month by the Lake (1995), and, her most recent, Semana Santa (2002).


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