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The Kaiser Aluminum Hour “Antigone”

(Franklin Schaffner, USA, 11 Sept. 1956) I was really stressed and nervous at the idea of shooting this live episode without any possibility of a second take! I was so anxious that I went to see a doctor who gave me a tranquilizer right before filming. “Those we do...

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Westinghouse Studio One
« Dominique » – 1955

My very first live TV show! I was feeling pretty nervous but I got the chance to work with absolutely lovely and delightful people! Introduction The live dramatic TV episode "Dominique" was introduced by the Studio One TV series and sponsored by the American company...

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COMBAT TV series, episode: “Ambush” – 1963

The story took place in France during WWII and the Americans made me wear makeup and a hairstyle that were not at all related to the 1940’s era… for them, it was normal…!” Marisa as Marie Marchand Combat is an American War series of 152 episodes created by Robert...

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Jean-Pierre Aumont, charme et fou-rires – 1999

What I love about him? It’s that poetic side… He lives in his own world… his own universe… He is very personable and unique, which makes him stand out from other men! An original documentary The documentary Jean-Pierre Aumont: charme et fou-rires was created by Patty...

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The Man in the Gray Flannel Suit – 1956

I had an incredible chance to work with actor Gregory Peck who was the idol of my adolescent life in Italy…! The Man in the Gray Flannel Suit is a dramatic American feature film written and directed by Nunally Johnson in 1956. Produced by Darryl F. Zanuck at 20th...

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Drum Beat – 1954

An Italian playing a Native American! Was the role of Marisa a precursor to the future 1960s genre, Spaghetti Western? Drum Beat is a Western written and directed by Delmer Daves in 1954. Inspired by events in American history, it is no less than a typical Hollywood...

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