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Anita Ekberg

Anita Ekberg (1931 – 2015), Swedish-born beauty queen, model and actress, married to British actor Anthony Steel from 1956 to 1959.

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Anita Ekberg, Miss Sweden

Anita Ekberg: Swedish actress, 5 feet 6 and half inches tall (1.69m). “It was I who made Fellini famous, not the other way around”.

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Anita Ekberg

Anita Ekberg, born September 29 1931, died January 11 2015. “Anita Ekberg, who has died aged 83, was the statuesque former Miss Sweden who became a global film sensation after cavorting in Rome’s Trevi Fountain for Federico Fellini’s La Dolce Vita (1960). 22 more words

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La Dolce Vita - Review

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La Dolce Vita, or, “the sweet life,” is the kind of film that goes to remind a person like myself what is the life we wish to find at one point – the kind of lifestyle any normal being would desire. 921 more words

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La Dolce Vita (1960)


La Dolce Vita is perhaps Federico Fellini’s most famous film, and it will certainly leave you with much to think about. The film follows tabloid journalist Marcello Rubini (played by Marcello Mastroianni) in a series of episodes of his encounters with the rich and famous of Rome. 620 more words

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Anita Ekberg in blue

Anita Ekberg, born September 29 1931, died January 11 2015. “Anita Ekberg, who has died aged 83, was the statuesque former Miss Sweden who became a global film sensation after cavorting in Rome’s Trevi Fountain for Federico Fellini’s La Dolce Vita (1960). 22 more words

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Anita Ekberg in blue

Anita Ekberg (1931 – 2015): Swedish actress, 5 feet 6 and half inches tall (1.69m). “It was I who made Fellini famous, not the other way around”. 34 more words

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