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  • Nilla Pizzi at the 1st Sanremo Music Festival
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    Nilla Pizzi at the 1st Sanremo Music Festival
    Italian singer Nilla Pizzi winning the 1st Sanremo Music Festival with the song Grazie dei fiori. Sanremo, 1951

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  • Achille Togliani and Nilla Pizzi on the stage of the 2nd Sanremo Music Festival
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    Achille Togliani and Nilla Pizzi on the stage of the 2nd Sanremo Music Festival
    Italian singer and actor Achille Togliani and Italian singer Nilla Pizzi (Adionilla Pizzi) singing Nel regno dei sogni on the stage of the 2nd Sanremo Music Festival. Nilla Pizzi will win the Festival with the song Vola colomba. Sanremo, January 1952

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  • Carla Boni, Cinico Angelini, Giovanni D'Anzi, Armando Trovajoli and Flo Sandon's in Sanremo
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    Carla Boni, Cinico Angelini, Giovanni D'Anzi, Armando Trovajoli and Flo Sandon's in Sanremo
    The conductor Cinico Angelini, the musician Giovanni D'Anzi, the maestro Armando Trovajoli, the singers Carla Boni (on the left) and Flo Sandon's (on the right), winners of the third edition of the Sanremo Italian Song Festival with the song Viale d'autunno, are smiling arm in arm on the stage of the Salone delle feste of the Casinò. Sanremo (IM), Italy, January 1953.

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  • Carla Boni singing at 3rd Sanremo Music Festival
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    Carla Boni singing at 3rd Sanremo Music Festival
    Italian singer Carla Boni (Carla Gaiano) performing at 3rd Sanremo Music Festival. Sanremo, 1953

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  • Carla Boni kissing Flo Sandon's during the 3rd Sanremo Music Festival
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    Carla Boni kissing Flo Sandon's during the 3rd Sanremo Music Festival
    Italian singer Carla Boni (Carla Gaiano) kissing Italian singer Flo Sandon's (Mammola Sandon) during the 3rd Sanremo Music Festival. They both will win the Festival with the song Viale d'autunno. Sanremo, 1953

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  • Gino Latilla is singing on the stage of the Casinò of Sanremo
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    Gino Latilla is singing on the stage of the Casinò of Sanremo
    The Italian singer Gino Latilla is singing on the stage of the Casinò of Sanremo at the IV Sanremo Music Festival; on the right, the orchestra director Cinico Angelini; Latilla wins the festival contest with the song titled Tutte le mamme, in paired with Giorgio Consolini. Sanremo (IM), Italy, January 1954.

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  • Giorgio Consolini on the stage of the Casinò di Sanremo
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    Giorgio Consolini on the stage of the Casinò di Sanremo
    The Italian singer Giorgio Consolini on the stage of the Casinò of Sanremo while singing one of his songs; the singer is taking part in the 4th edition of the music festival with the song titled Tutte le mamme, in paired with Gino Latilla, and the song titled Sotto l'ombrello, in paired with Katyna Ranieri. Sanremo (IM), Italy, January 1954.

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  • Giorgio Consolini, Gino Latilla, Eduardo Falcocchio and Umberto Bertini with the prize won at the 4th Sanremo Music Festival
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    Giorgio Consolini, Gino Latilla, Eduardo Falcocchio and Umberto Bertini with the prize won at the 4th Sanremo Music Festival
    Italian singers Giorgio Consolini and Gino Latilla (Gennaro Latilla), winners of the 4th Sanremo Music Festival with the song Tutte le mamme, showing the prize Trofeo Pier Bussetti with the authors of the song Eduardo Falcocchio and Umberto Bertini. Sanremo, 31st January 1954

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  • Claudio Villa, Tullio Pane and Mario Ruccione at the 5th Sanremo Music Festival
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    Claudio Villa, Tullio Pane and Mario Ruccione at the 5th Sanremo Music Festival
    Italian singer and actor Claudio Villa (Claudio Pica), Italian singer Tullio Pane and Italian composer Mario Ruccione smiling at the 5th Sanremo Music Festival. Sanremo, January 1955

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  • Two women giving a bunch of flowers to Claudio Villa at the 5th Sanremo Music Festival
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    Two women giving a bunch of flowers to Claudio Villa at the 5th Sanremo Music Festival
    Two women giving a bunch of flowers to Italian singer Claudio Villa (Claudio Pica) who won the 5th Sanremo Music Festival with the song Buongiorno tristezza. Sanremo, January 1955

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  • Franca Raimondi singing at the 6th Sanremo Music Festival
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    Franca Raimondi singing at the 6th Sanremo Music Festival
    Italian singer Franca Raimondi singing on the stage of the 6th Sanremo Music Festival. Franca Raimondi will win the Festival with the song Aprite le finestre. Sanremo, March 1956

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  • Claudio Villa and Nunzio Gallo hugging each other at the 7th Sanremo Music Festival
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    Claudio Villa and Nunzio Gallo hugging each other at the 7th Sanremo Music Festival
    The singers Claudio Villa (Claudio Pica) and Nunzio Gallo hugging each other after they won the 7th Sanremo Music Festival with the song Corde della mia chitarra. Sanremo, 1957

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  • Domenico Modugno at Sanremo Music Festival
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    Domenico Modugno at Sanremo Music Festival
    The Italian singer-songwriter Domenico Modugno singing the song Nel blu dipinto di Blu at 8th Sanremo Music Festival. Sanremo, 1958

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  • Domenico Modugno at Sanremo Music Festival
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    Domenico Modugno at Sanremo Music Festival
    The Italian singer-songwriter Domenico Modugno singing the song Nel blu dipinto di Blu at the 8th Sanremo Music Festival. Sanremo, 1958

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  • Johnny Dorelli and Domenico Modugno at the 8th Sanremo Music Festival
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    Johnny Dorelli and Domenico Modugno at the 8th Sanremo Music Festival
    The singers Johnny Dorelli (Giorgio Domenico Guidi) and Domenico Modugno pretending to singing happy after they won the 8th Sanremo Music Festival with the song Nel blu dipinto di blu. Sanremo, 1958

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  • Domenico Modugno singing
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    Domenico Modugno singing
    The Italian singer Domenico Modugno singing the song Piove during San Remo Music Festival. The song Piove earned him the first prize. Sanremo, January 1959

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  • Domenico Modugno singing
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    Domenico Modugno singing
    The Italian singer Domenico Modugno singing the song Piove during San Remo Music Festival. The song Piove earned him the first prize. San Remo, January 1959

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  • Renato Rascel performing at the 10th Sanremo Music Festival
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    Renato Rascel performing at the 10th Sanremo Music Festival
    Italian singer-songwriter and actor Renato Rascel (Renato Ranucci) performing at the 10th Sanremo Music Festival. The artist wins the festival for the song Romantica. Sanremo, 1960

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  • Renato Rascel hugging Tony Dallara
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    Renato Rascel hugging Tony Dallara
    Italian actor, comedian and singer-songwriter Renato Rascel (Renato Ranucci) hugging Italian singer Tony Dallara (Antonio Lardera). They both won the 10th Sanremo Music Fesival with the song Romantica. 1960

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  • Luciano Tajoli and Betty Curtis at the 11th Sanremo Music Festival
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    Luciano Tajoli and Betty Curtis at the 11th Sanremo Music Festival
    Italian singers Luciano Tajoli and Betty Curtis (Roberta Corti) winning the 11th Sanremo Music Festival. Sanremo, 1961

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