Directed by: Luigi Filippo d'Amico, Italy, 1961

Italy, 1961

Cast and Credits

Production Lux Film, Roma
Lux Film, Roma
Producer Lux Film, Roma
Director Luigi Filippo d'Amico
Assistant Director Alberto de Martino
Scenario Alberto de Martino
Luigi Filippo d'Amico
Ernesto Gastaldi
Ugo Guerra
Story Giuseppe Mangione
Director of Photography Alfio Contini
Composer Alfio Contini
Editor Jolanda Benvenuti
Art Director Carlo Egidi
Set Decoration Carlo Egidi
Costume Design Carlo Egidi
Cast Carlo Egidi [Akiko]
Pierre Brice [Duilio]
Marisa Merlini [Ottavia Colasanto]
Memmo Carotenuto [Armando Piffero]
Memmo Carotenuto [Anita Coladanto (as Vicky Ludovisi)]
Memmo Carotenuto [Tosca]
Andrea Checchi [Sor Egisto]
Giuseppe Chinnici [Il commissario]
Giacomo Furia [Peppe]
Giacomo Furia [L'arbitro sul ring]
Giacomo Furia [Serse Colasanto]
Giacomo Furia [(as Roby Ceccacci)]
Giacomo Furia
Giacomo Furia
Giacomo Furia

Technical specifications
Category: Feature Film
Technical Details: Format: 35 mm, 1:1,66 - Ratio: 1:1,66 - Black and White,
Sound System: Mono
First Screening: December 1, 1961 in Roma

General Information

Akiko is a motion picture produced in the year 1961 as a Italy production. The Film was directed by Luigi Filippo d'Amico, with , Pierre Brice, Marisa Merlini, Memmo Carotenuto, , in the leading parts. We have currently no synopsis of this picture on file; There are no reviews of Akiko available.

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