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Gina Lollobrigida (1927-) is a Italian actress who appeared in numerous Hollywood movies in the 1950s and 1960s. Her IMDb page shows 67 acting credits from 1946-1997. This page will rank 14 Gina Lollobrigida movies from Best to Worst in six different sortable columns of information. Her many television appearances and her many movies not released in North American theaters were not included in the rankings. Our page on “The Most Beautiful Woman in the World” was requested by Lupino and seconded by Pierre.
Gina Lollobrigida Movies Can Be Ranked 6 Ways In This Table
- Sort Gina Lollobrigida films by co-stars of her movies
- Sort Gina Lollobrigida films by adjusted domestic box office grosses using current movie ticket cost (in millions)
- Sort Gina Lollobrigida films by yearly domestic box office rank
- Sort Gina Lollobrigida films by how they were received by critics and audiences. 60% rating or higher should indicate a good movie.
- Sort by how many Oscar® nominations and how many Oscar® wins each Gina Lollobrigida film received.
- Sort Gina Lollobrigida films by Ultimate Movie Rankings (UMR) Score. UMR Score puts box office, reviews and awards into a mathematical equation and gives each movie a score.
|R||Movie (Year)||UMR Co-Star Links||Adj. B.O. Worldwide (mil)||Review||Oscar Nom / Win||UMR Score|
|R||Movie (Year)||UMR Co-Star Links||Actual B.O. Domestic (mil)||Adj. B.O. Domestic (mil)||Adj. B.O. Worldwide (mil)||B.O. Rank by Year||Review||Oscar Nom / Win||UMR Score||S|
|1||Come September (1961)||Rock Hudson||18.60||225.1||225.10||9||74||00 / 00||94.8|
|2||Trapeze (1956)||Burt Lancaster &
|20.80||338.7||338.70||6||63||00 / 00||91.5|
|3||Solomon and Sheba (1959)||Yul Brynner||14.90||222.1||222.10||14||61||00 / 00||91.0|
|4||The Hunchback of Notre Dame (1956)||Anthony Quinn||6.40||104.8||104.80||36||63||00 / 00||77.1|
|5||Never So Few (1959)||Frank Sinatra &
|8.40||126.0||126.00||27||49||00 / 00||71.7|
|6||Buona Sera Mrs. Campbell (1968)||Shelley Winters &
|7.10||48.9||48.90||49||68||00 / 00||64.7|
|7||Beat the Devil (1954)||Humphrey Bogart||2.90||55.7||55.70||98||65||00 / 00||63.0|
|8||Crossed Swords (1954)||Errol Flynn||1.80||34.3||34.30||122||68||00 / 00||57.0|
|9||The Private Navy of Sergeant O'Farrell (1968)||Bob Hope||6.90||47.0||47.00||50||63||00 / 00||55.4|
|10||Where The Hot Wind Blows (1959)||Marcello Mastroianni||2.10||32.0||45.90||95||67||00 / 00||53.9|
Stats and Possibly Interesting Things From The Above Gina Lollobrigida Table
- Five Gina Lollobrigida movies crossed the magical $100 million domestic gross mark. That is a percentage of 35.71% of her movies listed. Her biggest hit was Trapeze (1956)
- An average Gina Lollobrigida movie grosses an average of $93.10 million in adjusted domestic gross.
- Using RottenTomatoes.com’s 60% fresh meter. 10 Gina Lollobrigida movies are rated as good movies…or 71.73% of her movies. Come September (1961) was her highest rated movie while Go Naked in The World (1961) was her lowest rated movie.
- Zero Gina Lollobrigida movies received at least one Oscar® nomination in any category…..or 0.00% of her movies.
- Zero Gina Lollobrigida movies won at least one Oscar® in any category…..or 0.00% of her movies.
- An average Ultimate Movie Rankings (UMR) Score is 40.00. 5 Gina Lollobrigida movies scored higher than that average….or 35.71% of her movies. Come September (1961) got the the highest UMR Score while Go Naked in The World (1961) got the lowest UMR Score.
Possibly Interesting Facts About Gina Lollobrigida By Lupino
- Luigina Lollobrigida was born in Subiaco, Italy in 1927. She was the second of 4 sisters.
2. Gina Lollogridia won her first beauty contest in 1930 as Italy’s cutest/most beautiful toddler.
3. When Gina Lollogrigida’s father’s furniture factory was destroyed near the end of WWll, the family moved to Rome. In 1946 she started to study painting and sculpture on a scholarship.She also began to take opera lessons. To support herself, she took on modeling and became a regular in italian photonovellas.
4. By 1948, she had been discovered by Italian producer Mario Costa and worked as an extra. She also took part in various beauty contests and was not unsuccessful in their final results.
5. In 1952 her career took off with the female lead in Fanfan la Tulipe and Les Belles de la Nuit. From then on, the Italians proudly called her “Gina Nazionale”, the rest of Europe was happy with “La Lollo”.
6. From 1956 on, she worked on both sides of the Atlantic in starring roles. Even at the height of her Hollywood success, she returned to Europe for movies like Anna di Brooklyn and La Legge.
7. Between 1949 and 1971 Lollobrigida was married to a Yugoslavian doctor.They have one son, born in 1957. After her divorce, she began a totally new career as a professional photographer and became very successful- famous models were, amongst others, Paul Newman, Salvador Dali, Fidel Castro. She published 4 books as a photographer, one on her native Italy.
8. In 1990 La Lollo returned to her first love– at 60 plus years she started to take sculpture lessons. After a rough beginning, she had a successful exhibition in Paris in 2003. She dedicated this exhibition to Marilyn Monroe and…Liza Minnelli. She was invited to join the Academy of the Arts in Florence.
9. Her ongoing rivalvry with Sophia Loren kept both their names in the media for years.
10. Gina Lollobrigida has been very active doing charitable work– coming from a poor backround herself, she supported the likes of Ärzte ohne Grenzen (“Doctors Without Borders”), UNESCO or UNICEF.
10A. In 2007, at age 79, Gina wanted to marry again. Her companion for many years was 45 year old spanish Javier Rigau Rifols- and, as La Lollo stated after she refused to marry him on short notice, was nothing but a marriage dodger. The story became very wild, with Rifols marrying Lollo without her knowing and presence in Barcelona, trying to pass a veiled woman as Gina…I remember that incident from the coverage the “wedding that never was” got in the German media at the time- and not just in the yellow press.
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