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Golden Madonna is a 1949 Italian/British drama film directed by Luigi Carpentieri and Ladislao Vajda and starring Phyllis Calvert, Tullio Carminati and Michael Rennie. It was considered a lost film and was on the BFI 75 Most Wanted list, until a copy was loaned to the British Film Institute by Cohen Media. Filmed on location, a group of original negatives and contact prints taken by Francis Goodman are in the possession of London's National Portrait Gallery.
Italian theatrical poster
|Directed by||Luigi Carpentieri/Ladislao Vajda|
|Produced by||Saverio D'Amico (Rome)|
John Stafford (London)
& Aimée Stuart
|Screenplay by||Akos Tolnay|
|Story by||Dorothy Hope|
|Music by||Fernando Ludovico Lunghi|
|Edited by||Carmen Belaieff|
Independent Film Producers
A young British woman who owns a villa in Italy offends the village she lives in by throwing away a sacred painting that they consider lucky and protector of the community. To redeem herself she goes out in search to try to recover it.
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