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Annamaria Chio

Annamaria Chio is an actress, known for Medea (1969), Mio caro assassino (1972) and Bronte: cronaca di un massacro che i libri di storia non hanno raccontato (1972). See full bio »

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Known For

Medea
Medea Wet-nurse
(1969)
Mio caro assassino
Mio caro assassino Woman witness in post office
(1972)
La disubbidienza
(1981)

Filmography

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 1980 City of Women (uncredited)
 1980 Stark System
 1972 Mio caro assassino
Woman witness in post office
 1971 The Last Rebel
Madam Dupres
 1969 Medea
Wet-nurse (as Anna Maria Chio)
 1968 La donna di quadri (TV Mini-Series)
Nina
- Quinta puntata (1968) ... Nina (as Anna Maria Chio)
 1967 Le troiane (TV Movie)
Prigioniere Troiana 4
 1962 Una tragedia americana (TV Mini-Series)
Un'operaia
- Episode #1.3 (1962) ... Un'operaia (as Anna Maria Chio)
- Episode #1.2 (1962) ... Un'operaia (as Anna Maria Chio)
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 1963 I ragazzi che si amano (Documentary)
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Anna Maria Chio

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