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Roberto Curti

Print publication date: 2020

Print ISBN-13: 9781911325932

Published to Liverpool Scholarship Online: January 2021

DOI: 10.3828/liverpool/9781911325932.001.0001

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Bava Goes Fashion

Bava Goes Fashion

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(p.9) 1. Bava Goes Fashion
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(p.3) Devil’s Advocates
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Roberto Curti

Roberto Curti

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Liverpool University Press
DOI:10.3828/liverpool/9781911325932.003.0002

This chapter recounts Mario Bava's seventh official solo feature film as a director, a present-day thriller set in the world of high fashion titled The Atelier of Death (L'atelier della morte). It also mentions Bava's two other Gothic horror movies released in Italy in the summer of 1963 that were destined primarily for foreign markets, especially in America. It discusses I tre volti della paura starring Boris Karloff and Mark Damon, and La frusta e il corpo with Christopher Lee and Daliah Lavi. The chapter describes Bava's debut film La maschera del demonio in 1960, which distributed overseas by American International Pictures under the title Black Sunday. It points out how the Italian film industry had increasingly been involved in bilateral and multinational co-productions since the first agreement signed with France in 1949.

Keywords:   Mario Bava, The Atelier of Death, I tre volti della paura, La frusta e il corpo, American International Pictures, Black Sunday, Italian film industry

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