Madonna: Ciao, Italia! - Live from Italy Trailer

Madonna: Ciao, Italia! - Live from Italy Trailer (1987)

04 September 1987 Music 100 mins

Madonna visits the land of her noble heritage for this high-energy concert video filmed in 1988. Songs include "Open Your Heart," "Papa Don't Preach," "Dress You Up," "Live to Tell," "Where's the Party," "Into the Groove," and "True Blue."

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Cast

Madonna

as Herself

Patrick Leonard

as Keyboards

Donna DeLory

as Background Vocals

Niki Harris

as Background Vocals

International Releases Dates

France 04 September 1987

United States 11 May 1988

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