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Starring Roles in TV Shows & Programs 

 

 1974, September 24th

The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson playing "Herself" 

 

1968

The Ed Sullivan Show - Guest - Stevie Wonder / Brooklyn Bridge

 

1965

International Cabaret  playing "Herself" 

 

1964

The Hollywood Palace - Guest - Host: Louis Jourdan

 

 1963, March 23rd

The Andy Williams Show

 

1962

The Andy Williams Show - Guest - Episode #26


1961

What's My Line? - Mystery Guest - EPISODE #572


1961

The Ed Sullivan Show - Guest - Pearl Bailey / Jerry Orbach / Anna Maria Alberghetti / George Kirby

 

1960 29 October 

Checkmate  playing "Trudy Lumbard/Jennifer Baines/Mary Ann Milford" in episode: "Runaway" (episode # 1.6) 


1960

The Ed Sullivan Show - scheduled guest - scheduled: Tony Martin; Anna Maria Alberghetti; Shecky Greene


1960

The Ed Sullivan Show - scheduled guest - scheduled: Eartha Kitt; Leon Bibb; Anna Maria Alberghetti

 

  1959 13 October

Startime playing "Ginny Gibbons" in episode: "The Jazz Singer" (episode # 1.2) 

 

 1959 18 March

Wagon Train  playing "Conchita Vasquez" in episode: "The Conchita Vasquez Story" (episode # 2.24) 

 

 1959 14 September

Westinghouse Desilu Playhouse  playing "Carla" in episode: "A Diamond for Carla"     \

          (episode # 2.1)


1958

What's My Line? - Mystery Guest - EPISODE #445 

 

 1958 7 October

The Bob Cummings Show  playing "Herself" in episode: "Bob Helps Anna Maria" (episode # 5.3) 


1958

The Ed Sullivan Show - scheduled guest - scheduled: Ann Blyth; The Four Preps; Anna Maria Alberghetti  

 

 1958 5 November

The Dinah Shore Chevy Show playing "Herself"

 

 1958  21 February

The DuPont Show of the Month  playing "Princess" in episode: "Aladdin"

 

1957 11 October 

The Pat Boone-Chevy Showroom playing "Herself" 


1957

The Ed Sullivan Show - Guest - Sam Cooke / Jimmie Rodgers / Paul Anka / Sparkletones


1957 12 September 

Climax!  playing "Kate" in episode: "The Secret of the Red Room" (episode # 3.44) 

 

 1957 16 May

Climax! playing "Angele Corton" in episode: "Bait for the Tiger" (episode # 3.27) 

 

 1957 24 March

Letter to Loretta playing "Julie Hendricks" in episode: "Emergency" (episode # 4.25) 


 1957 March 23

The Perry Como Show - Herself -

 

 1957 25 January

Schlitz Playhouse of Stars in episode: "The Enchanted" (episode # 6.15) 


1956

Climax!- - The Secret Thread

 

  1956 29 November

Climax! playing "Edna" in episode: "The Secret Thread" (episode # 3.8) 


1956

Ford Star Jubilee - Tina Tomasino - A Bell For Adano

 

 1956 22 January

Letter to Loretta playing "Nicola" in episode: "Song of Rome" (episode # 3.21)  

  1956, January 19

The Ford Television Theatre playing "Maria Andrini" in episode: "Never Lend Money   

 to a Woman" (episode # 4.16) 

 

1955  23 November

This Is Your Life playing "Herself" in episode: "Daniele Alberghetti" 

 

1954

Make Room for Daddy - Herself - The Anna Maria Alberghetti Show

 

1954

The Colgate Comedy Hour - - Revenge with Music

 

1954

Toast of the Town - scheduled guest - scheduled: Anna Maria Alberghetti; Brandon de Wilde; Jay Lawrence


1948

Studio One - Monica - The Medium

 

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FILMOGRAPHY

 

Friends and Family (2001)

Plot Outline: A gay couple are hit men for the mafia.

Anna's character: Stella Patrizzi

 

The Whole Shebang (2001-Canada /2003 USA)

Anna's character:  Lady Zito
Synopsis: Giovanni Bazinni is summoned from Italy to work in his family's US fireworks factory. Forlorn and suicidal after being dumped by the love of his life, Bazinni gets his death wish: The dangerous job has already claimed his cousin, who was killed in a factory explosion. While in the States, Bazinnni falls in love with his cousin's widow, develops a special bond with her son and realizes that life is worth living. 

 

 

Cinderfella (1960)

Anna's character: Princess Charmein

 ....This simply-told tale lards over the fairy story with un-needed songs and production numbers, but the basic story is still the same, only switched to a male Cinderella. Lewis is Fella, a put-upon flunky to a mean and rich dowager (Judith Anderson) and her three surly sons (all of whom appear to be pushing fifty). Fella falls for the beautiful princess (Anna Maria Alberghetti) and with the assistance of his screwy fairy godfather (Ed Wynn) gets transformed into a pre-Buddy Love lounge lizard who sweeps the Princess off her feet as he struts down an ornate stairway to the beat of The Count Basie Orchestra, leaving his stepbrothers with their mouths agape. ~ Paul Brenner, All Movie Guide

 

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Ten Thousand Bedrooms (1957) 

Anna's character: Nina Martelli

 

 

Duel at Apache Wells (1957)

Anna's character: Anita Valdez

 

 

The Last Command (1955)

Sterling Hayden

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Jim Bowie

Anna Maria Alberghetti

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Consuela de Quesada

Arthur Hunnicutt

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Davy Crockett

Ernest Borgnine

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Mike Radin

J. Carrol Naish

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Gen.Lopez de Santa Ana

Slim Pickens

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Abe

Synopsis:  A vigorously performed spectacular about The Alamo although, like most Hollywood history, it plays flagrantly fast and loose with the facts - and thereby hangs a tale, 'tis said. John Wayne always wanted to produce and to star (as Davy Crockett) in an historically accurate film about the battle of the Alamo but his then studio, Republic - cheap in character as well as in pocket - turned him down. The Davy Crockett craze, generated by the Disney film, was in full cry at the time, and the studio probably figured it should cash in on it 100% instead of sharing the takings with an independent producer. It was probably one of the key reasons why Wayne went thereafter to big studios - Warner, United Artists, RKO, MGM, 20th Century Fox, Paramount) The opportunistic Republic version of the Battle of he Alamo, starring Sterling Hayden as Davy Crockett - another particularly dirty trick, since Hayden, a genuine tough guy (albeit an intellectual one) was the only Hollywood star who could seriously compete with Wayne in terms of '"knock 'em down drag 'em out " he-man appeal - earned the studio money (it is a fair-to-good movie) but in losing one of Hollywood's greatest-ever bax-office names it lost far more. "The Last Command" was one of the final nails in the coffin the studio, headed by the tight-fisted Herbert Yates, was making for itself.

 

The Stars Are Singing  1953

Starring

Rosemary Clooney

Terry Brennan

Anna Maria Alberghetti

Katri Walenska

Lauritz Melchior

Jan Poldi

SYNOPSIS:  Fifteen-year-old Katri Walenska (Amma Maria Alberghetti) jumps a Polish ship, swims ashore and enters New York illegally. The United States Immigration officials are alerted---the USA still had a functioning immigration policy and department when this was filmed---and the search is on. Katri's only possessions are a ten-dollar bill and a letter to her parents' old friend, Jan Poldi (Lauritz Melchior), a former Metropolitan Opera star. She finds him in a shabby Greenwich Village apartment. His neighbors in the apartment house are three Broadway hopefuls; pop singer Terry Brennan (Rosemary Clooney), hoofer Buddy Fraser (Tom Morton) and Homer Tirdell (Bob Williams) and his talented dog Red Dust. (Pardon me, make that four Broadway hopefuls counting the dog.) When Terry hears Katri's magnificent singing voice, she scurries around New York to get her an audition and succeeds in getting her a spot on Don Wilson's televised amatuer hour. She wins the contest but unwittingly reveals her true identity as an illegal alien, which causes the arrest of Poldi, Wilson and Dave (John Archer), Terry's lawyer boyfriend. Katri faces deportation.          

Summary written by Les Adams

 

 

Here Comes the Groom (1951)

Anna's character: Theresa

 

 

 

The Medium (1950)

Madame Flora is terrified when she perceives a supernatural presence during one of her fraudulent séances. Menotti's first international success, "The Medium" is a tragedy in two acts for five singers, a dance-mime role, and a chamber opera for thirteen instruments and fourteen players: flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, horn, trumpet, percussion, piano (4 hands), and string quintet. The music is dissonant, eerie, and morbid and includes melodies such as 'O, black swan. 

Summary written by Fiona Kelleghan

Anna's character: Monica 

 

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Broadway Musical Theater

Her Broadway role in Carnival won her the Tony Award for “Best Actress In A Musical.”  

 

Other roles in musical theatre include 

Phantom

 

West Side Story

Side By Side By Sondheim

Sound of Music 

Cabaret

Camelot 

 Fanny. 

 

TV MUSICAL THEATER

 

Kismet  1967 TV

Cast (in alphabetical order)

Anna Maria Alberghetti

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Marsinah

George Chakiris

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The Caliph

Barbara Eden

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Lalumne

José Ferrer

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Hajj

 

 

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Fractured Flickers - The Rocky & Bullwinkle Show

 

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