Nobleman Rainiero, Sidonia’s duke son, comes back home with his friend Renzo. Soon after arrival, Renzo will get in a big trouble and he will be forced to choose between going to church for marriage or going to prison.
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Les femmes s’en balancent / Dames Get Along (1954) Bernard Borderie, Eddie Constantine, Nadia Gray, Dominique Wilms, Action, Crime, Drama, Mystery
Il cardinale Lambertini / Cardinal Lambertini (1954) Giorgio Pastina, Gino Cervi, Nadia Gray, Arnoldo Foà, Drama, Biography, History
In 1739 in Bologna, Archbishop Prospero Lambertini protects the love of Charles and of Countess Isabella, with the opposition of the powerful, and after many vicissitudes he marries them. He goes to Rome and becomes Pope Benedict XIV.
Kerwin Matthews, playing a dissolute drifter down on his luck, Jeff Farrell, is stranded in a cheap bar in France where he falls for Annette, the proprietor’s pretty stepdaughter, played by Liliane Brousse. Annette’s stepmother Eve, played by Nadia Gray, gradually shifts the young man’s attentions to herself, rather than her stepdaughter, and together Eve and Jeff concoct a plot to help free Eve’s estranged husband from the institution in which he’s been confined as a homicidal maniac these past four years after committing the so-called “Acetylene Murder”, when he killed with a blowtorch the man who raped Annette.