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Director, Actor - Italy
Born May 4, 1886 in Arcireale, Italia
Died February 9, 1959 in Milan, Lombardia, Italia
Other names or known as : Vitale di Stefano,

Mini-Biography:
Vitale De Stefano was born on May 4, 1886 in Arcireale, Italia. He was an Italian Director, Actor, known for Cabiria (1914), Gli ultimi giorni di Pompei (1913), I Mille (1912), Vitale De Stefano's first movie on record is from 1912. Vitale De Stefano died on February 9, 1959 in Milano, Lombardia, Italia. His last motion picture on file dates from 1916.

Filmography [Auszug]
1916: Amor che tace (Director), with Emma Vecla, Maruscka Sirvant, Gabriel Moreau,
1916: Il cadavere scomparso (Cast: Verdier), Directed by Telemaco Ruggeri, with Italia Almirante Manzini, Henriette Bonard,
1916: Il dramma dell'ambizione (Director), with Rina Albry, Franz Sala,
1916: Colpa o mistero? (Director), with Madeleine Céliat, Franz Sala,
1915: Paolina (Director), with Lidia Quaranta, Jeanne Nolly,
1914: La piccola mamma (The Little Mother) (Director), with Fernanda Negri Pouget,
1914: Cabiria (Cast: Massinissa), Directed by Giovanni Pastrone, with Lidia Quaranta, Umberto Mozzato, Bartolomeo Pagano,
1913: Gli artigli di Griffard (Director), with Carlo Campogalliani, Mario Bonnard,
1913: Il notturno di Chopin (Chopin's Nocturne) (Cast), Directed by Luigi Maggi, with Mary Cleo Tarlarini, Luigi Chiesa, Maria Bay,
1913: Gli ultimi giorni di Pompei (The Last Days of Pompeii) (Cast: Claudius), Directed by Eleuterio Rodolfi, with Fernanda Negri Pouget, Eugenia Tettoni Florio, Ubaldo Stefani,
1913: I promessi sposi (The Betrothed) (Cast), Directed by Eleuterio Rodolfi, with Gigetta Morano, Mario Voller-Buzzi, Umberto Scalpellini,
1913: Agenzia Griffard (Cast: Griffard), with Mario Bonnard, Antonio Grisanti,
1913: Dante e Beatrice (The Life of Dante) (Cast), Directed by Mario Caserini, with Oreste Grandi, Fernanda Negri Pouget, Enrico Vidali,
1912: I Mille (Cast), Directed by Alberto degli Abbati, Mario Caserini, with Mary Cleo Tarlarini, Oreste Grandi,
1912: La nave dei leoni (The Ship and the Lions, The Ship of Lions, The Ship with the Lions) (Cast), Directed by Luigi Maggi, with Mario Bonnard, Gigetta Morano,
1912: Parsifal (Cast), Directed by Mario Caserini, with Mario Bonnard, Maria Caserini-Gasparini, Filippo Castamagna,

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