Vincent Valentini

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Vincent Andrew Valentini

(1895-11-22)November 22, 1895
Baltimore, Maryland, USA
DiedApril 15, 1948(1948-04-15) (aged 52)
Baltimore, Maryland, USA
CitizenshipUnited States of America
  • Screenwriter
  • Actor
Known for
  • Sepia Cinderella (1947)
  • Miracle in Harlem (1948)
  • Sunday Sinners (1940)

Vincent Valentini (died 1948)[1] was a screenwriter in the United States. He wrote the musical score for The American Red Cross Nurse.[2] He wrote the 1928 theatrical production Parisiana.[3]

An advertisement for the 1946 film Beale Street Mama includes the notation "Hit tunes by Vincent Valentini".


  • Sex Madness (1938), co-wrote
  • Paradise in Harlem (1939), from a story by Frank H. Wilson
  • Sunday Sinners (1940), from a story by Frank H. Wilson
  • Murder on Lenox Avenue (1941), co-wrote with Bryna Ivens
  • Beale Street Mama (1946), wrote music[4]
  • Boy! What a Girl! (1946)
  • Stars on Parade (1946)[5]
  • Sepia Cinderella (1947)
  • Miracle in Harlem (1948), story and screenplay


  1. "VINCENT VALENTINI (Published 1948)". April 16, 1948 – via
  2. "The American Red Cross nurse". November 8, 1918 – via Open WorldCat.
  3. "Vincent Valentini – Broadway Cast & Staff | IBDB".
  4. "BEALE STREET MAMA". Library of Congress, Washington, D.C. 20540 USA.
  5. "Vincent Valentini".

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