Venere di Cheronea

Aphrodite, Goddess of Love, The Venus of Cheronea

Directed by: Victor Tourjansky, Fernando Cerchio, Italy, France, 1957

Italy, France, 1957
Plakatmotiv Venere di Cheronea, © Faro Film, Faro Film

Cast and Credits

Production Faro Film
Faro Film
Producer Faro Film
Production Manager Gianpaolo Bigazzi
Director Victor Tourjansky
Fernando Cerchio
Assistant Director Sergio Bergonzelli
Scenario Damiano Damiani
Damiano Damiani
Story Damiano Damiani
Director of Photography Rodolfo Lombardi
Composer Michel Michelet
Editor Michel Michelet
Art Director Giancarlo Bartolini Salimbeni
Cast Belinda Lee [Aphrodite]
Massimo Girotti [Praxiteles]
Jacques Sernas [Laertes]
Claudio Gora [Armodio]
Camillo Pilotti [Polibio]
Elli Parvo [Elena]
Enzo Fiermonte
Franco Cobianchi
Franco Cobianchi
Paolo Gozlino
Paolo Gozlino
Furio Meniconi
Arrigo Peri
Maria Frau
Maria Frau

Technical specifications
Locations or Studios: Cinecittą
Category: Feature Film
Technical Details: Format: 35 mm, 1:2,35 - Ratio: 1:2,35 - Color Ferraniacolor,Length: 90 minutes, 2450 meters, 24 frames per second
Sound System: Mono
First Screening: December 5, 1957 in Italien

General Information

Venere di Cheronea is a motion picture produced in the year 1957 as a Italy, France production. The Film was directed by Victor Tourjansky, Fernando Cerchio, with Belinda Lee, Massimo Girotti, Jacques Sernas, Claudio Gora, Camillo Pilotti, in the leading parts. We have currently no synopsis of this picture on file; There are no reviews of Venere di Cheronea available.

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