After appearing in a half-dozen films in Italy, it was rumoured that, in 1947, film tycoon Howard Hughes had her flown to Hollywood; however, this did not result in her staying in America, and she returned to Italy (her Hollywood breakout movie would not come until six years later in the John Huston film Beat the Devil (1953)).
Italian actress Gina Lollobrigida, 1956
My cinema — the ’50s, ’60s — is different from the cinema today so I thought that it would not be bad to show that kind of cinema where we could dream.
While she is looking at you. We all know you are not looking at her eyes.
Actress, Photojournalist and International Sex symbol