|The Tyrant of Padua|
|Directed by||Max Neufeld|
|Produced by||Max Calandri|
|Written by||Angelo Bianchini D'Alberico |
|Based on||Angelo, Tyrant of Padua by Victor Hugo|
|Starring||Clara Calamai |
Elsa De Giorgi
|Music by||Renzo Rossellini|
|Edited by||Eraldo Da Roma|
|Distributed by||Scalera Film|
|28 December 1946|
The Tyrant of Padua (Italian: Il tiranno di Padova) is a 1946 Italian historical film directed by Max Neufeld and starring Clara Calamai, Carlo Lombardi and Elsa De Giorgi. It is an adaptation of the 1835 play Angelo, Tyrant of Padua by Victor Hugo. It is set in Padua in the 1540s.
Made by Scalera Films, it was shot at the Cinevillaggio Studios complex in Venice during the wartime Italian Social Republic. The film's sets were designed by the art director Luigi Scaccianoce and Ottavio Scotti.
- Carlo Lombardi as Angelo Malipieri
- Clara Calamai as Tisbe
- Elsa De Giorgi as Caterina Bragadin in Malipieri
- Alfredo Varelli as Rodolfo degli Ezzelini
- Nino Pavese as Una spia
- Giorgio Piamonti as Omodei
- Erminio Spalla as Un evaso
- Carlo Micheluzzi as Il padre di Caterina
- Olga Vittoria Gentilli as La madre di Tisbe
- Memo Benassi as Cesare, il pittore
- Andreina Carli as Reginella
- Cristina Veronesi
- Brunetta, p. 150.
- Brunetta, Gian Piero. The History of Italian Cinema: A Guide to Italian Film from Its Origins to the Twenty-first Century. Princeton University Press, 2009.