|Directed by||Luigi Chiarini|
|Edited by||Maria Rosada|
|Music by||Achille Longo|
|6 September 1942|
Sleeping Beauty (Italian: La bella addormentata) is a 1942 Italian drama film directed by Luigi Chiarini and starring Luisa Ferida, Amedeo Nazzari and Osvaldo Valenti. The film was screened at the 1942 Venice Film Festival. It is based on a 1919 play by Pier Maria Rosso di San Secondo. It belongs to the movies of the calligrafismo style.
- Luisa Ferida as Carmela
- Amedeo Nazzari as Salvatore detto 'Il Nero della solfara'
- Osvaldo Valenti as Don Vincenzo Caramandola
- Teresa Franchini as Zia Agata
- Pina Piovani as Nunziata
- Margherita Bossi as Donna Concetta, la barista
- Giovanni Dolfini as Isidoro
- Guido Celano as Lo solfataro
- Angelo Dessy as Un altro solfataro
- Fiorella Betti as Erminia detta "Pepespezie"
- Gildo Bocci as Un mercante
- Moliterno p.80
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- Moliterno, Gino. The A to Z of Italian Cinema. Scarecrow Press, 2009.