Saint Rogelia (Spanish:Santa Rogelia) is a 1940 Spanish drama film directed by Roberto de Ribón and starring Germaine Montero, Rafael Rivelles and Juan de Landa. It was shot at Cinecitta in Rome as part of an agreement between Francisco Franco's Nationalists and the Italian government A separate Italian-language version The Sin of Rogelia Sanchez was produced at the same time. The film is based on the 1926 novel Santa Rogelia by Armando Palacio Valdés. It was remade in 1962 by Rafael Gil.÷
|Directed by||Roberto de Ribón|
|Written by||Alberto Moravia |
Armando Palacio Valdés (novel)
Roberto de Ribón
|Starring||Germaine Montero |
Juan de Landa
|Music by||Federico Moreno Torroba|
|Cinematography||Francesco Izzarelli |
|Edited by||Mario Bonotti|
Società Anonima Finanziamento Industrie Cinematografiche
|15 January 1940|
The film's sets were designed by Guido Fiorini.
- Bentley p.82
- Bentley, Bernard. A Companion to Spanish Cinema. Boydell & Brewer 2008.