ⓘ The Private Secretary (1931 Italian film)


ⓘ The Private Secretary (1931 Italian film)

The Private Secretary is a 1931 Italian musical film directed by Goffredo Alessandrini and starring Elsa Merlini, Nino Besozzi and Sergio Tofano. It was the Italian-language version of the German film Die Privatsekretarin.


1. Cast

  • Ermanno Roveri - Il gagà alla stazione
  • Alfredo Martinelli as Un cliente del Pergolato
  • Cesare Zoppetti - Rossi, il capo del personale
  • Renato Malavasi as Un signore che riceve uno schiaffo al Pergolato
  • Umberto Sacripante - Il direttore del Pergolato
  • Sergio Tofano - Otello, lusciere
  • Noemi Orsini as Padrona della Pensione Primavera
  • Marisa Botti - La signorina Botti, segretaria
  • Nino Besozzi - Il banchiere Roberto Berri
  • Elsa Merlini - Elsa Lorenzi

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