Rosita Toros

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Post by Johan Melle » 12/09/2018, 0:11

Rosita in Fatevi vivi, la polizia non interverrà (1974) as Signora Bonsanti, the mother of the kidnapped child

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Post by Emiliano » 12/09/2018, 9:12

Wonderful! And a better pic for Ettore lo fusto (1972)

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Post by Emiliano » 14/09/2018, 13:48

In Diario segreto di un carcere femminile (1973) she plays the part of a milanese convict. Her cult scene takes place when she tries to get into Anita Strindberg's bed with lesbian intentions, but another convict inmate stops her by pulling her a slipper.

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Post by Emiliano » 15/09/2018, 8:23

In the very tender and naive comedy Franco, Ciccio e il pirata Barbanera (1969), rosita plays the character of Aluna, the daughter of a native chief of a head-choppers tribe, who falls madly in love with Franco Franchi (as an adventurer), to the point of leaving her tribe and following him. She's the protagonist of two funny moments, once when she says at Franco that once his head is cut off, she will keep it as a pendant always with her...

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...and than when Franco would like to give her a kiss, but in the tribe the kisses are given only by rubbing the noses and not with the lips, leaving Franco quite disappointed.

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Rosita appears also in the final and from her smile you can see very well how much she's having fun on the set. I remember this film with great affection because I saw it all my childhood, at least fifty times.

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About Rosita I can recount this little fact: when I was in high school in Udine, around 1997, in the classroom with me there was a certain Toros. One day it happened that I talked about my passion for the films of Franco and Ciccio and he said that he had an aunt who had once made a film with Franco and Ciccio. I have not paid much attention to this fact, also because at the time I did not deal so deeply with actors. Years later, I realize that this aunt was just Rosita Toros. Unfortunately I completely lost contacts with this guy.

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Re: Rosita Toros

Post by Johan Melle » 15/09/2018, 14:31

Thanks for sharing these memories. There's something very special about the films we see at an early and impressionable age, isn't it? We tend to remember them with a special kind of fondness. For me it's like this with Flash Gordon (1980), which was one of the very first non-animated movies I watched. I watched it over and over and over, and even today, I greatly enjoy this film even though it's quite silly in many ways.

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Post by Emiliano » 15/09/2018, 14:32

Johan Melle wrote:
15/09/2018, 14:31
Thanks for sharing these memories. There's something very special about the films we see at an early and impressionable age, isn't it? We tend to remember them with a special kind of fondness. For me it's like this with Flash Gordon (1980), which was one of the very first non-animated movies I watched. I watched it over and over and over, and even today, I greatly enjoy this film even though it's quite silly in many ways.
Flash Gordon is another film that I always saw as a child in VHS and that I always see very gladly!

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Re: Rosita Toros

Post by G.P. » 04/10/2018, 19:51

She's credited in Questa libertà di avere... le ali bagnate. Pic from this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HirV1UagBZI
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Post by G.P. » 05/10/2018, 19:38

Rosita (credited) plays Lucrezia in La mandragola (1978)
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In Esuli (1976) she plays Beatrice Justice (sources: Teche Rai and Radiocorriere).
She was in Il mondo dei Romani (ep. Traiano e Marco Aurelio) (1973) (source: Radiocorriere)
In Ho ucciso il conte (1975) she plays Louise Rogers (source: Teche Rai).

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Re: Rosita Toros

Post by Johan Melle » 06/10/2018, 14:45

Wonderful, G.P. :thumbup:

And here in the sceneggiato Don Luigi Sturzo (1981) in the role of Bertha Pritchard
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Re: Rosita Toros

Post by Emiliano » 21/10/2018, 8:21

G.P. wrote:
04/10/2018, 19:51
She's credited in Questa libertà di avere... le ali bagnate. Pic from this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HirV1UagBZI

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She's only accredited or does she also has a role?

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