Romana Film was an Italian film production company.[1] Founded in 1946 by the Sicilian Fortunato Misiano, the company was based in Rome. It made films in a variety of popular genres such as Swashbucklers, Peplum and Eurospy films, turning out roughly a hundred films before the company ceased production in the late 1960s. Selected filmography[edit]

Baron Carlo Mazza
Baron Carlo Mazza


^ Marlow-Mann, Alex. The New Neapolitan Cinema. Edinburgh University Press, 2011. p.17

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