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Giovanna Ferra was the wife of Salvatore Giuliano.

Biography

Giovanna with her husband and his band.

Born and raised in Palermo, she was the sister of the union leader of Silvio Ferra and daughter of Caesaro Ferra. She was married to Giuliano in 1948 by the Abbot Manfredi and was planned to be moved over to the United States with her husband by Vito Corleone, but Giuliano was killed before the transfer could happen.

Personality and traits

Hot-headed and passionate, Giovanna wildly supported her brother's cause and stood by Giuliano when he continued to fight for the rights of the people.

Behind the scenes

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