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- Mario Vitale (1923–2003) was an Italian film actor. Vitale was a fisherman chosen by Roberto Rossellini to star alongside Ingrid Bergman in the 1950 film Stromboli. He played prominent roles in several other films until the mid-1950s.
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Plot Bergman plays Karin, a displaced Lithuanian in Italy, who secures release from an internment camp by marrying an Italian ex-POW fisherman, (Mario Vitale), whom she meets in the camp. He promises her a great life in his home island of Stromboli, a volcanic island located between the mainland of Italy and Sicily.
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