Italian movie actresses died in the year 1976

Here are 2 famous actresses from Italy died in 1976:

Olga Solbelli

Olga Solbelli (May 11, 1898 Verghereto-September 8, 1976 Bologna) also known as Anna Olga Solbelli, Sand Beauty or Olga Sunbeauty was an Italian actor and voice actor.

She began her career in theater in the 1920s before transitioning to film in the 1930s. Solbelli appeared in over 80 films throughout her career, including several Federico Fellini movies such as La Strada and The Nights of Cabiria. She was also a prolific voice actor, lending her voice to numerous Italian dubbed versions of foreign films. Solbelli was known for her stunning beauty, often playing femme fatale or seductress roles in films. Despite her success in Italian cinema, she retired from acting in the 1960s and lived a quiet life until her death in 1976.

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Rina Morelli

Rina Morelli (December 6, 1908 Naples-July 17, 1976 Rome) also known as Elvira Morelli was an Italian actor and voice actor.

She began her acting career in theatre, and later on starred in dozens of films throughout her career in the Italian cinema industry. She is best known for her roles in critically acclaimed Italian films including, "Umberto D." (1952) directed by Vittorio De Sica, and "Rocco and His Brothers" (1960) directed by Luchino Visconti. Morelli was admired for her ability to convey strong emotions through her performances, and many consider her as one of the greatest Italian actresses of all time. She was married to the actor and director Paolo Stoppa for over 40 years, and the two of them appeared in many films and stage productions together. In addition to acting, Morelli was also an accomplished voice actress and dubbed many foreign films into Italian.

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