Jacobo Ortis

Jacobo Ortis
Directed by Giuseppe Sterni
Produced by Milano Film
Written by Ugo Foscolo (novel)
Starring Paola Borboni, Ernestina Badalutti,and Vittorio Brombara
Release date(s) April 1918 (Italy)
Country Italy
Language Silent

Jacobo Ortis is a 1916 Italian silent drama film directed by Giuseppe Sterni and based on the novel Le ultime lettere di Jacopo Ortis by Ugo Foscolo.

It was the debut film of Paola Borboni.

Cast

  • Ernestina Badalutti
  • Paola Borboni
  • Luigi Duse
  • Elisa Finazzi
  • Angelo Giordani
  • Giulio Grassi
  • Virginio Mezzetti
  • Vittorio Pieri
  • Felicita Prosdocimi
  • Mary Cleo Tarlarini
  • Carlo Trouchez

Bibliography

  • Title: Le ultime lettere di Jacopo Ortis
  • Author: Ugo Foscolo
  • Publisher: A. Bergnes, 1833
  • Page NÂș: 255 p.

External links

  • Internet Movie Database

Novel

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