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Ernesto Murolo, Vittorio De Sica - Ernesto Murolo Detto E Cantato Da Vittorio De Sica (7", EP). La Voce Del Padrone.
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De Sica was born in Sora (Frosinone) 7th July 1901 into a lower middle class family, but spent his childhood years in Naples, where he enjoyed amateur dramatics from a tender age: he made his cinema debut in 1918 in a supporting role in "Il processo Clemenceau" by Bencivenga. Ernesto Murolo, Vittorio De Sica - Ernesto Murolo Detto E Cantato Da Vittorio De Sica (7", EP). Hansel e Gretel, Il Brutto Anatroccolo (LP, Album).
Vittorio De Sica, Director: Ladri di biciclette. He was increasingly drawn towards acting, and made his screen debut while still in his teens, joining a stage company in 1923. By the late 1920s he was a successful matinee idol of the Italian theatre, and repeated that. How Much Have You Seen? How much of Vittorio De Sica's work have you seen?
Roberto Murolo (19 January 1912 – 13 March 2003) was an Italian musician. Born in Naples, Italy as the son of poet Ernesto Murolo and Lia Cavalli, Murolo showed a strong interest in music from an early age, especially singing and playing the guitar, at which he became extremely proficient. Murolo won the Italian high diving championship in 1937, and attributed his remarkable lung capacity to the long practice of water sports.
Vittorio De Sica (7 July 1901 – 13 November 1974) was an Italian director and actor, a leading figure in the neorealist movement.
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Directed by Vittorio De Sica. With Emilio Cigoli, Luciano De Ambrosis, Isa Pola, Adriano Rimoldi. The film follows a four-year old boy named Prico as he becomes the subject of emotional folly by his fluctuant parents and inattentive relatives.
Murolo is not the reason that Neapolitan songs such as 'O sole mio and Funiculì-Funilulà are known abroad. That goes back to yet an earlier generation, the years at the turn of the century when so many Neapolitans emigrated and took their music with them. As a child, he used to sit on the floor behind the door of the studio of his father, Ernesto Murolo, a famous composer of Neapolitan songs, At five years of age he used to sing standing on a chair, at 12 he used to spend long hours at Piedigrotta, the singing district of Naples, at 15 he was playing the guitar wonderfully. His great youthful passions were music and sports. In 1933, at Ischia during one of his first performances he accompanied Vittorio De Sica singing "E palumme".
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Music By – S. Gambardella*
Music By – E. Nardella*
Music By – R. Falvo*
- Read By, Vocals – Vittorio De Sica
- Written-By – Ernesto Murolo
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- Rights Society: BIEM
- Matrix / Runout (Label side A): 7TBA 470
- Matrix / Runout (LAbel side B): 7TBA 471