The Last Judgment Trailer

The Last Judgment Trailer (1961)

26 October 1961 Comedy 101 mins

The Last Judgement (Italian: Il giudizio universale) is a 1961 commedia all'italiana film by Italian director Vittorio De Sica. It was coproduced with France. It has an all-star Italian and international cast, including Americans Jack Palance, Ernest Borgnine; Greek Melina Mercouri and French Fernandel, Anouk Aimée and Lino Ventura. The film was a huge flop, massacred by critics and audiences when it was released. It was filmed in black and white, but the last sequence, the dance at theatre, is in color.

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Alberto Sordi

as Mercante di bambini

Alberto Sordi

as Merchant of children


as The widower


as Il vedovo

Nino Manfredi

as Cameriere

Nino Manfredi

as Waiter

Silvana Mangano

as Signora Matteoni

Paolo Stoppa

as Giorgio

Renato Rascel

as Coppola

Jack Palance

as Matteoni

Vittorio De Sica

as Defense lawyer

Vittorio De Sica

as Avvocato

Anouk Aimée

as Irène, l'épouse de Giorgio

Anouk Aimée

as Giorgio's wife Irene

Lino Ventura

as Giovanna's father


Alessandro Cicognini

Original Music Composer

Gábor Pogány

Gábor Pogány Director of Photography

Elio Costanzi

Elio Costanzi Production Design

Pasquale Romano

Pasquale Romano Production Design

Elio Costanzi

Elio Costanzi Art Direction

Pietro Bologna

Pietro Bologna Set Decoration

Elio Costanzi

Elio Costanzi Costume Design

Giulia Mafai

Giulia Mafai Costume Design

Mario Abussi

Mario Abussi Unit Production Manager

International Releases Dates

France 10 May 1962

Italy 26 October 1961

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