Movie House Concessions

Amarcord (1973)

Episode #55

New World Pictures released Amarcord on September 19, 1974. Federico Fellini directed the film starring Magali Noël, Bruno Zanin, and Pupella Maggio.

‘Amarcord’ Plot Synopsis

Amarcord is a series of vignettes that capture life in a small seaside Italian during the 1930’s. Set over the course of one year, the film focuses on the misadventures of many of the town’s inhabitants, including the village beauty Gradisca, the town idiot Giudizio, the town nymphomaniac Volpina, the town liar Biscein, the town construction foreman Aurelio, and Aurelio’s son Titta and his schoolfriends. Each character symbolizing a person from director Federico Fellini’s life growing up in the small town of Rimini in pre-World War II Italy.

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New World Pictures released Amarcord on September 19, 1974. Federico Fellini directed the film starring Magali Noël, Bruno Zanin, and Pupella Maggio.

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