Anna Maria Ferrero


When recalling famous Italian film goddesses, the names of Loren, Lollobrigida and Cardinale quickly role off the tongue. Not so for this Rome-born lead actress who nevertheless made a respectable impact in 1950s film. She was born Anna Maria Guerra but took the surname Ferrero as her stage moniker in tribute to the famed musical director and conductor Willy Ferrero (1906-1954). She entered films as a teenager with The Sky Is Red (1949). Her delicate, photogenic beauty and assured talent would subsequently be captured on lens for such important directors as Michelangelo Antonioni, Mario Monicelli, Carlo Lizzani, Gianni Franciolini, Dino Risi and Francesco Maselli. Although her career spanned slightly more than a decade, Ferrero achieved reasonable status in such films as The Forbidden Christ (1950), Half a Century of Song (1952), The Mute of Portici (1952), The Vanquished (1953), and The Unfaithfuls (1953), the latter also co-starring Lollobrigida. Ferrero's obvious allure and sensitiv

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