The Scapegoat (1963)

08/23/1963 (IT) HistoryAdventure
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Il Fornaretto di Venezia (US TV title: The Scapegoat) is a 1963 Italian film directed by Duccio Tessari who co-wrote screenplay with Marcello Fondato, based on novel by Francesco Dall'Ongaro. It tells the story of 16th century's Venice where a young worker is sentenced to death on the suspicion of attacking a noble.

  1. Duccio Tessari

    Director, Writer

  2. Marcello Fondato

    Writer

Top Billed Cast

  1. Jacques Perrin

    Jacques Perrin

    Pietro, il fornaretto

  2. Michèle Morgan

    Michèle Morgan

    Princess Sofia

  3. Enrico Maria Salerno

    Enrico Maria Salerno

    Lorenzo Barbo

  4. Sylva Koscina

    Sylva Koscina

    Clemenza, Barbo's Wife

  5. Stefania Sandrelli

    Stefania Sandrelli

    Anella

  6. Gastone Moschin

    Gastone Moschin

    Consigliere Garzone

  7. Fred Williams

    Fred Williams

    Alvise

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The Scapegoat
The Scapegoat

Original Title Il fornaretto di Venezia

Status Released

Original Language Italian

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