Siege of Syracuse (film)
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Siege of Syracuse (Italian: L'assedio di Siracusa) is a 1960 historical drama film about the Roman Siege of Syracuse, which took place between 213 and 212 B.C., during the Second Punic War with Carthage.
|Siege of Syracuse|
|Directed by||Pietro Francisci|
|Written by||Ennio De Concini |
|Music by||Angelo Francesco Lavagnino|
|Edited by||Nino Baragli|
The film was directed by Pietro Francisci.
- Rossano Brazzi as "Archimedes"
- Tina Louise as "Diana / Artemide / Lucrezia"
- Sylva Koscina as "Clio"
- Enrico Maria Salerno as "Gorgia"
- Gino Cervi as "Gerone"
- Alberto Farnese as "Marcus Claudius Marcellus"
- Luciano Marin as "Marco"
- Alfredo Varelli as "Kriton"
- Walter Grant as "Tiresias"
- Mara Lombardo as "Selinonte Dancer"