The Naked Maja

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The Naked Maja
Naked Maja.jpeg
Film poster
Directed byHenry Koster
Produced bySilvio Clementelli
Goffredo Lombardo
Written byNorman Corwin
Giorgio Prosperi
Albert Lewin
Oscar Saul (story)
Talbot Jennings (story)
StarringAva Gardner
Anthony Franciosa
Amedeo Nazzari
Gino Cervi
Lea Padovani
Massimo Serato
Music byAngelo Lavagnino
CinematographyGiuseppe Rotunno
Editing byMario Serandrei
Distributed byUnited Artists
Release datesItaly 20 December 1958
United States 10 June 1959
Running time111 minutes
CountryUSA
Italy
France
LanguageEnglish
 
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For the painting by Francisco de Goya whose title is often translated as "The Naked Maja", see La maja desnuda.
The Naked Maja
Naked Maja.jpeg
Film poster
Directed byHenry Koster
Produced bySilvio Clementelli
Goffredo Lombardo
Written byNorman Corwin
Giorgio Prosperi
Albert Lewin
Oscar Saul (story)
Talbot Jennings (story)
StarringAva Gardner
Anthony Franciosa
Amedeo Nazzari
Gino Cervi
Lea Padovani
Massimo Serato
Music byAngelo Lavagnino
CinematographyGiuseppe Rotunno
Editing byMario Serandrei
Distributed byUnited Artists
Release datesItaly 20 December 1958
United States 10 June 1959
Running time111 minutes
CountryUSA
Italy
France
LanguageEnglish

The Naked Maja (1958) is an Italian-French-American co-production made by S.G.C., Titanus Films and United Artists. This historical film recounting of the romance between the painter Francisco Goya and the Duchess of Alba was directed by Henry Koster, and produced by Silvio Clementelli and Goffredo Lombardo. The screenplay was by Norman Corwin, Giorgio Prosperi and Albert Lewin based on a story by Oscar Saul and Talbot Jennings. The music score was by Angelo Lavagnino and the cinematography by Giuseppe Rotunno.

The film stars Ava Gardner and Anthony Franciosa with Amedeo Nazzari, Gino Cervi, Lea Padovani, Massimo Serato and a largely Italian cast. It is based on a novel by Noel Gerson

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