The Divine Nymph Trailer

The Divine Nymph Trailer (1975)

16 February 1975 Drama, Romance 115 mins

In the decadent Roaring Twenties, a beautiful woman engages in affairs with two men, playing them against each other.

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Cast

Laura Antonelli

as Manoela Roderighi

Terence Stamp

as Dany di Bagnasco

Michele Placido

as Martino Ghiondelli

Duilio Del Prete

as Armellini

Carlo Tamberlani

as Majordomo Pasqualino

Ettore Manni

as Marco Pisani

International Titles

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International Releases Dates

Finland 15 March 1975

Italy 16 February 1975

United States 12 October 1979

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