Circa 1954 “Via Padova, 46” Litho Movie Poster. “Lo Scocciatore ” Via Padova that translates to “The Nuisance in Padova 46. This film is about a woman that gets murdered. Giorgio Bianchi was an Italian film director and actor. He made a handful of movies however was most known for Cronaca Mera, Count Max, and La Maestrina. This wonderful rare first release poster is a great addition for anyone who is a fanatic of classic Italian cinema films. The poster comes in a wooden frame that can be easily painted a different color to one’s liking and with a UV acrylic to protect the actual poster from sun damage. Came from a movie theater in Buenos Aires, Argentina.