Oh, Serafina! Trailer

Oh, Serafina! Trailer (1976)

01 January 1976 Drama, Comedy 96 mins

Augusto Valle is a successful young industrialist who weds Palmira, the girl working in his factory, and the two have a child despite the infant's uncertain legitimacy. Scheming to control her husband's fortune, Palmira has affairs with both the mayor and the judge to have Augusto committed to a mental institution. While there, he falls in love with Serafina Vitali, a young woman who was also put away

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Cast

Dalila Di Lazzaro

as Serafina Vitali

Renato Pozzetto

as Augusto Valle

Angelica Ippolito

as Augusto's Wife

Fausto Tozzi

as Carlo Vigeva

Crew

International Releases Dates

Italy 28 October 1976

United States 01 January 1976

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