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Lia Orlandini (1896–1979)

Lia Orlandini was born on January 12, 1896 in Milan, Lombardy, Italy. She is known for her work on La voce del sangue (1952), Lettera napoletana (1954) and Il vento m'ha cantato una canzone (1947). She was married to Lupi, Ruggero. She died on June 11, 1979 in Bologna, Emilia-Romagna, Italy. See full bio »

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La voce del sangue Madre di Lucia
Lettera napoletana Franco De Rosa's Mother
Julius Caesar Actress


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 1969 I fratelli Karamazov (TV Mini-Series)
- Settima puntata (1969)
- Sesta puntata (1969)
 1954 Lettera napoletana
Franco De Rosa's Mother
 1954 Gran varietà (episodio 'Mariantonia')
 1952 Inganno
Signora Comin
 1952 La voce del sangue
Madre di Lucia
 1947 Il corriere di ferro
Marigna di Elda
 1947 Il vento m'ha cantato una canzone
Scipione's wife
 1946 Il mondo vuole così
Madre di Carla
 1945 La casa senza tempo
La madre di Anna
 1943 Due cuori fra le belve
Clara Palozzi
 1943 Gioco d'azzardo
Carlotta Spatary
 1943 Mater dolorosa
 1942 Le signorine della villa accanto
La moglie del professore
 1942 Fari nella nebbia
 1940 El marido provisional
Agnes Reed
 1940 Dopo divorzieremo
Agnes Reed, la direttrice
 1940 Abbandono
La signora Courier
 1940 Cuori nella tormenta
Claretta (uncredited)
 1940 Trappola d'amore
La moglie del lord
 1940 Giù il sipario (uncredited)
 1939 La notte delle beffe
 1939 Retroscena
Mirna Martelli - la zia di Diana
 1939 Her First Love
La signora Fabbri
 1914 Julius Caesar
 1913 Quo Vadis?
 1911 Judas Maccabaeus (Short)
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Personal Details

Other Works:

Dubbing voice of Mary Astor in the Italian post-synchronized version of Brigham Young (1940) (La grande missione). See more »

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