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L'infanzia di Orlandino - Antonio Pasqualino e l'opera dei pupi (2011)

From a family of doctors and artists, welcomed by the students of Lampedusa, surgeon and anthropologist, Umberto Eco defined Antonio Pasqualino as 'the man of the puppets'. His love for the... See full summary »
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Credited cast:
Barone Francesco Agnello
Pino Aiello
Roberto Alaimo
Vincenzo Argento
Anna Maria Brancatello
Antonino Buttitta
Donna Matilda Gagliardo Di Carpinello ...
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Luigia di Lorenzo
Beatrice Gagliardo Pasqualino
Elsa Guggino Buttitta
Nino Mancuso
Francesco Milo
Francesco Orlando
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From a family of doctors and artists, welcomed by the students of Lampedusa, surgeon and anthropologist, Umberto Eco defined Antonio Pasqualino as 'the man of the puppets'. His love for the Sicilian Puppet Theatre matured in Palermo before the war and bloomed into the dedication of a great studious, collector and promoter of the preservation of popular heritage. In Sicily, since the middle of the Nineteenth century a vast public was conquered by the genius of the great puppeteers. Pasqualino (1931-1995) investigated this extraordinary encounter between the epic-chivalrous literature and the folklore. With the help of his Danish wife, Janne Vibaek, he battled for the survival of the Sicilian Puppet Theatre, in crisis with the arrival of the television and founded the 'Museo internazionale delle marionette'. Written by Anonymous

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