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Giorgio Mannini

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Giorgio Mannini (born September 30, 1884 in Florence - died June 27, 1953 in Rome) was an Italian journalist and film director. He worked for La Tribuna in Florence before moving to to Rome in 1920 and launching his career in film as an assistant director including on the Indian film Savitri Satyavan. He also directed La serva padrona and the 1937 film Gallon.

Savitri Satayan was screenwriter Aldo De Benedetti's first film.[1] The film, now lost, was shot in Rome and billed as India's first international co-production.[2] He illustrated Pinocchio (1931).[3]

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  1. Moliterno, Gino (29 September 2008). "Historical Dictionary of Italian Cinema". Scarecrow Press – via Google Books.
  2. Basu, Anustup (13 September 2010). "Bollywood in the Age of New Media: The Geo-televisual Aesthetic: The Geo-televisual Aesthetic". Edinburgh University Press – via Google Books.
  3. Siddell, Felix; Italian, University of Melbourne Dept of (20 July 1998). "Spunti e ricerche". Spunti e Ricerche – via Google Books.
  • Roberto Poppi, Dizionario del cinema italiano. I Registi. Gremese Editore, Rome 2002, p. 263

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