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  • Welcome to the official Film/Art Gallery collection of original Alberto Lattuada vintage movie posters from his critically acclaimed catalog of timeless cinematic creations.

    Alberto Lattuada was an Italian film director. He started his film career as a screenwriter and assistant director on Mario Soldati’s Piccolo mondo antico, also known as Old-Fashioned World in 1940. He is known for Guendalian in 1957, Flesh Will Surrender in 1947, and Bambina in 1974. His film debut was Giacomo l'idealista in 1943, then followed by Luci del Varieta in 1950. His film La Steppa in 1962 was entered into the 12th Berlin International Film Festival. He was a part of the jury at the 20th Berlin International Film Festival in 1970. He was a member of the jury at the Venice Film Festival in 1958, 1986, and 1990. His erotic film Stay As You Are was released by New Line Cinema in 1979.

    He directed many following films: Yes, Madam in 1942; Giacomo the Idealist in 1943; La nostra guerra in 1945; Il bandito in 1946; Il delitto di Giovanni Episcopo in 1947; Senza pietà (Without Pity) in 1948; Il mulino del Po in 1949; Luci del Varietà in 1950 which was co-directed with Federico Fellini; Anna in 1951; Il Cappotto in 1952; La lupa in 1953; L'amore in città in 1953; The Beach in 1954; Scuola elementare in 1955; Guendalina in 1957; La tempesta in 1958; I dolci inganni and Lettere di una novizia in 1960; L'imprevisto in 1961; Mafioso and La steppa in 1962; The Mandrake in 1965; Matchless in 1966; Don Giovanni in Sicilia in 1967; Fräulein Doktor in 1968; L'amica in 1969; Venga a prendere il caffè... da noi in 1970; Bianco, rosso e... in 1972; Sono stato io in 1973; Le farò da padre in 1974; Cuore di cane and Oh! Serafina in 1976; Così come sei (Stay As You Are) in 1978; La cicala in 1980; Nudo di donna, replaced by Nino Manfredi in 1981; Una spina nel cuore in 1986; and Mano rubata in 1989.

    Alberto Lattuada was born in Vaprio d’Adda, Italy on November 13, 1914 and died in Rome, Italy on July 3, 2005. He was married to Carla Del Poggio, an actress. He died of Alzheimer's disease.

    Film/Art Gallery’s collection of original Alberto Lattuada movie posters includes a  22x32 Hungarian re-release poster of the 1948 film Without Pity (Senza Pieta), with poster artwork by Robert Muray, directed by Alberto Lattuada, co-written by Fellini and co-starring Fellini's wife Giulietta Masina. The collection also includes other Alberto Lattuada posters.

    Film/Art Gallery movie posters are original prints and film poster collectibles. These are original movie posters. We do not carry any movie poster reproductions or reprints of any kind.