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Silvana Mangano : Actress Height, Weight, Age, Movies, Biography, News, Images & Videos

Silvana Mangano was an Italian actress. Raised in poverty during World War II, Mangano trained as a dancer and worked as a model before winning a Miss Rome beauty pageant in 1946

Silvana Mangano
Name : Silvana Mangano
Birth Date : 21 April 1930
Birth Place : Rome, Italy
Nationality :
Height : 1.68 m
Occupation : Actress

This led to work in films; she achieved notable success in Bitter Rice and continued working in films for almost four more decades.


Silvana Mangano Movies and TV Shows

  • ...And Suddenly It's Murder! [13 December 1960 (Italy)]

    Crimen is a 1960 Italian whodunit-comedy movie by Mario Camerini. The movie had two remakes: the first, Io non vedo, tu non parli, lui non sente, was directed by the same Camerini in 1971 and starred ...

  • 5 mujeres marcadas [Martin Ritt]

  • Anna [13 October 1989 (United Kingdom)]

    When churlish mobster Albert Spica (Michael Gambon) acquires an upscale French restaurant in London, he dines there nightly, effectively scaring off the clientele with his bad manners. His wife, Georgina (Helen Mirren), is especially disgusted by him, and soon begins an affair with another restaurant guest, Michael (Alan Howard). Despite their efforts to keep it a secret, however, Spica finds out about their trysts, and he plans to exact a terrible revenge.… MORE

  • Barabbas [23 December 1961 (Italy)]

    Shortly before the crucifixion of Christ, Pontius Pilate offers to release either Jesus Christ or Barabbas in keeping with the local custom.

  • Bitter Rice [August 1949 (Budapest)]

    Francesca (Doris Dowling) and Walter (Vittorio Gassman) are a criminally inclined couple who accidentally part ways while on the run from the law. Luckily, Francesca falls in with a group of peasant women and opts to hide out among them as they toil in the rice fields of the Po Valley. To her surprise, in her cover she discovers a simple but satisfying life filled with hard work and friendship. So when Walter resurfaces, their reunion doesn't go quite as he had expected.… MORE

  • Caprice Italian Style [13 April 1968]

    Caprice Italian Style is a 1968 Italian comedy film directed by six different directors, including Mario Monicelli and Pier Paolo Pasolini. The film starred both Totò and the comedy team of Franco and Ciccio.

  • Conversation Piece [10 December 1974 (Italy)]

    A U.S. professor (Burt Lancaster) in Rome rents apartments to a decadent countess (Silvana Mangano), her family and her lover (Helmut Berger).

  • Crossroads of Passion [4 August 1948]

    Crossroads of Passion is a 1948 French-Italian drama film directed by Ettore Giannini and Henri Calef and starring Viviane Romance, Clément Duhour and Valentina Cortese. The film's sets were designed by the art director Guido Fiorini.

  • D'amore si muore [1972]

  • Dark Eyes [3 February 1987 (Spain)]

    Although Romano (Marcello Mastroianni) has no personal wealth, his wife, Elisa (Silvana Mangano), has more than enough money to support him, and this situation allows him to indulge in the finer things of life. While enjoying a solo spa getaway, he meets Anna (Elena Safonova) and becomes so smitten with her that he decides to follow her home to Russia, where he swears his love and promises to return. Upon reuniting with Elisa, however, Romano suddenly finds himself torn between the two women.… MORE

  • Dear Diary [12 November 1993 (Italy)]

    Filmmaker Nanni Moretti (Nanni Moretti) goes on three disparate journeys. First, he rides through Rome on a scooter, musing on cinema, and has a chance encounter with actress Jennifer Beals (Jennifer Beals). Next, he and his friend, Gerardo (Renato Carpentieri), tour a number of islands searching for a peaceful place to write a screenplay. And finally, Moretti, hampered by a nagging skin rash, goes from doctor to doctor looking for the right diagnosis, which may or may not turn out to be severe.… MORE

  • Death in Venice [1 March 1971 (Russia)]

    Haunting adaptation of Thomas Mann's classic about a composer, paralysed by ennui and repressed emotion, who discovers a last vestige of beauty and emotion during a visit to Venice at the turn of the century. Believing himself lost to the muse, he becomes obsessed by a beautiful young boy holidaying with his mother in the city.

  • Dune [14 December 1984 (West Germany)]

    In the year 10191, a spice called melange is the most valuable substance known in the universe, and its only source is the desert planet Arrakis. A royal decree awards Arrakis to Duke Leto Atreides and ousts his bitter enemies, the Harkonnens. However, when the Harkonnens violently seize back their fiefdom, it is up to Paul (Kyle MacLachlan), Leto's son, to lead the Fremen, the natives of Arrakis, in a battle for control of the planet and its spice. Based on Frank Herbert's epic novel.… MORE

  • EDIPO, EL HIJO DE LA FORTUNA [Pier Paolo Pasolini]

  • Elixir of Love [31 January 1947]

  • Five Branded Women [25 September 1963]

    Two scoundrels cheat a millionaire out of a huge bankroll on the French Riviera.

  • Flesh Will Surrender [23 September 1947 (Italy)]

    Flesh Will Surrender is a 1947 Italian drama film directed by Alberto Lattuada. It is based on the novel Giovanni Episcopo by Gabriele D'Annunzio. It was entered into the 1947 Cannes Film Festival.

  • Gra złudzeń [Luigi Comencini]

  • Hořká rýže [Giuseppe De Santis]

  • Il Brigante Musolino [6 December 1950 (Italy)]

    Il Brigante Musolino, released in the US as Outlaw Girl, is a 1950 Italian crime drama film inspired by the life of the Calabrian outlaw Giuseppe Musolino. It was directed and written by Mario Camerini. The film stars Amedeo Nazzari and Silvana Mangano.

  • Kártyajáték olasz módra [Luigi Comencini]

  • Kriminálníci [Mario Camerini]

  • Le Loup de la Sila [Duilio Coletti]

  • Luchino Visconti [1999]

    Luchino Visconti is a 1999 Italian documentary film about the filmmaker Luchino Visconti and directed by Carlo Lizzani. It stars Claudia Cardinale.

  • Luchino Visconti: Life as in a Novel [Carlo Lizzani]

  • Ludwig [18 January 1973 (Germany)]

    In 1864, Ludwig ascends the Bavarian throne. He becomes a generous patron of artists and musicians, especially Richard Wagner, but his people are apathetic. Only with his cousin Sissi does he find a soulmate.

  • Mambo [18 September 1954 (Italy)]

    A Venetian dancer (Silvana Mangano) is tempted by a gambler (Vittorio Gassman) but loved by a dying prince (Michael Rennie).

  • Marcello: A Sweet Life [21 May 2006]

    A documentary on the life and works of the great Italian Actor Marcello Mastroianni. It features archival interviews with the actor and also reminiscences from his family, friends and colleagues.

  • Me, Me, Me... and the Others [16 February 1966 (Italy)]

    Sandro conducts a survey on selfishness for a story, and every person he meets becomes a theme for his inquiry.

  • My Wife [29 October 1964 (Italy)]

    La mia signora is a 1964 Italian comedy film directed by Tinto Brass, Mauro Bolognini and Luigi Comencini. It consists of five episodes, all starring Alberto Sordi and Silvana Mangano. The episode Eritrea, directed by Comencini, was later remade by Sergio Corbucci as the film Rimini Rimini.

  • Oedipus Rex [7 September 1967 (Italy)]

    Based on the Greek tragedy about a man who, unaware of his true parentage, kills his father and marries his mother.

  • Pardon, Are You For or Against? [1967]

  • Scipio the African [10 September 1971 (Italy)]

    Scipio the African is a 1971 Italian comedy film directed by Luigi Magni.

  • Slugs [5 February 1988 (USA)]

    A health inspector (Michael Garfield) and two helpers hunt mutant killer slugs that call the sewer home.

  • Tama na Pacyfiku [René Clément]

  • Tempest [1 December 1958 (Italy)]

    In Russia during the 1770s, Catherine the Great (Viveca Lindfors) orders Peter Griniev (Geoffrey Horne) to the distant military base of Fort Bielogorsk. On the journey, Peter and his loyal servant, Savelic (Oscar Homolka), rescue a man in the snow, unaware that he is the rebel leader Pugachev (Van Heflin). At the fort, Peter clashes with the commanding officer yet becomes involved with his daughter, Masha (Silvana Mangano), while preparing for an impending attack by Pugachev's forces.… MORE

  • The Earth As Seen from the Moon [22 February 1967]

  • The Flying Saucer [23 December 1964 (Italy)]

    Martians arrive in a flying saucer and choose an earthling to communicate information to the world's leaders.

  • The Gold of Naples [23 December 1954 (Italy)]

    A collection of six stories based in Naples that follow the adventures of different characters, namely an exploited clown, a fickle pizza seller, a dead child and a prostitute.

  • The Great War [28 October 1959 (Italy)]

    Giovanni and Oreste were mobilised in 1917. After the school period, the two soldiers discover life in the trenches and have only one idea: to flee the war and reserve the sacrifice of their lives for another occasion.

  • The Last Judgment [26 October 1961 (Italy)]

    In Naples, a voice from the skies announces one morning that the final judgement will be at 6 p.m. on that day. What follows is a series of vignettes depicting various people's reactions (or lack there of) to the announcement.

  • The Scientific Cardplayer [25 September 1972 (Saint Vincent)]

    A wealthy old American (Bette Davis) makes her annual visit to an indigent Italian couple in order to play cards.

  • The Verona Trial [2 March 1963 (Italy)]

    Il processo di Verona is a 1963 Italian historical drama film directed by Carlo Lizzani. The film tells of the final phases of the Italian fascist regime, in particular the affair of the 1944 Verona ...

  • The Witches [22 February 1967 (Italy)]

    The same actress (Silvana Mangano) plays five different women in five sketches by five Italian filmmakers.

  • The Wolf of the Sila [27 December 1949 (Italy)]

    A young woman becomes the object of a bitter, heated rivalry between her admirers.

  • The Wolves [1956 (Italy)]

    The Wolves is a 1956 Italian neorealistic drama film directed by Giuseppe De Santis.

  • Theorem [7 September 1968 (Italy)]

    Involvement with an ethereal stranger (Terence Stamp) leaves an indelible spiritual effect on a Milanese bourgeoisie family.

  • This Angry Age [31 October 1957 (Italy)]

    Despite the protests of her children, a woman remains determined to hang on to a rice plantation in Southeast Asia.

  • Ulysses [6 October 1954 (Italy)]

    Homer's hero (Kirk Douglas) recalls episodes of his odyssey: the Cyclops, Circe (Silvana Mangano), the sirens, the Trojan horse.

  • Un Sorriso, uno Schiaffo, un Bacio in Bocca [1976]

    Actor Renato Pozzetto hosts this portrait of Italy's film achievements.

  • Vysoká karetní hra [Luigi Comencini]

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FAQs About Silvana Mangano

What is birthdate of Silvana Mangano?

- 21 April 1930.

What is BirthPlace of Silvana Mangano?

- Rome, Italy.

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What is Height of Silvana Mangano?

- 1.68 m.

What is Age of Silvana Mangano?

- 93.

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