The Peddler and the Lady

The Peddler and the Lady
Directed by Mario Bonnard
Produced by Giuseppe Amato
Written by Marino Girolami
Aldo Fabrizi
Federico Fellini
Piero Tellini
Mario Bonnard
Starring Caterina Boratto
Cristiano Cristiani
Peppino De Filippo
Aldo Fabrizi
Music by Giulio Bonnard
Cinematography Giuseppe La Torre
Edited by Gino Talamo
Società Italiana Cines
Distributed by ENIC
Release dates
24 June 1943
Running time
95 minutes
Country Italy
Language Italian

The Peddler and the Lady (Italian title:Campo de' fiori) is a 1943 Italian comedy film directed by Mario Bonnard and starring Caterina Boratto, Cristiano Cristiani and Peppino De Filippo.[1] The film was made at Cinecittà in Rome. Much of the film is set on the Campo de' Fiori in Rome where Elide a greengrocer is in love with a fishmonger who works nearby, but he is more interested in another woman.



  1. Reich & Garofalo p.101


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