The Grand Olympics
The Grand Olympics (Italian: La grande olimpiade) is a 1961 Italian documentary film, directed by Romolo Marcellini, made in 1961. It was nominated as Best Documentary Feature at 34th Academy Awards in 1961.
|The Grand Olympics|
|Directed by||Romolo Marcellini|
|Produced by||Franco Galliano|
|Written by||Nicolò Ferrari|
Daniele G. Luisi
|May 26, 1961|
142 minutes of the film speak of events and athletes that have characterized the 1960 Summer Olympics in Rome. From the absolute protagonist Wilma Rudolph, called the black gazelle, to Livio Berruti, the first white to win the 200 meters, to the deeds of Ethiopian marathon runner Abebe Bikila, who won the marathon racing barefoot.
Other Official Films of the Olympic GamesEdit
- The Grand Olympics on IMDb
- La grande Olimpiade. prima parte at European Film Gateway
- La grande Olimpiade. seconda parte at European Film Gateway
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