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Maurizio Lucidi

Maurizio Lucidi

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Birth Place: Profession: Editing ...
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COMPLETE FILMOGRAPHY WITH SYNOPSIS

Director (feature film)

1.
Il Lupo di Mare (1987) as Director
A waiter on a cruise ship tries to seduce the models that are aboard. His infatuation with one leads to love and marriage with another.
2.
Street People (1976) as Director
A Mafia boss is enraged when he is suspected of smuggling a heroin shipment into San Francisco. He dispatches his nephew, a hotshot Anglo-Sicilian lawyer, to identify the real culprit. The lawyer also enlists the aid of his best friend, a grand prix driver with an adventurous streak.
3.
Stateline Motel (1975)
After robbing a jewellery shop in Canada, two Americans arrange a meeting near the US borders in order to split the loot. One of them has an accident with his car on his way there and gets stuck in an isolated motel until his car is fixed. The owner of the motel, a sexy woman in her thirties, falls in love with him, but her suspicions about him begin to multiply, as the police arrive at the motel...
5.
The Statue (1971) as 2nd Unit Director
Bolt, a British linguist, develops a universal language, so he's a sudden sensation and receives a Nobel prize. An ambitious diplomat, capitalizing on Bolt's celebrity, arranges for the U.S. to commission a statue for a London square to honor Bolt's achievement. Bolt's Italian wife, a renowned artist, sculpts an 18-foot nude of Bolt. In a pique, because he's neglected her for years to do his work, she gives the statue a spectacular penis, telling Bolt that he wasn't its model. Thinking he's a cuckold, Bolt goes on a jealous search for a man with a matching phallus. The diplomat, too, wants changes in the statue to protect his conservative image. Can art and love reconcile?
6.
The Gospel According to St. Matthew (1966) as Assistant Director
Along a rocky, barren coastline, Jesus begins teaching, primarily using parables. He attracts disciples; he's stern, brusque, and demanding. He comes to bring a sword, not peace, he says. He's in a hurry, moving from place to place near the Sea of Galilee, sometimes attracting a multitude, sometimes being driven away. His parables often take on the powers that be, so he and his teachings come to the attention of the Pharisees, the chief priests, and elders. They conspire to have him arrested, beaten, tried, and crucified, just as he prophesied to his followers. After he dies, he appears to his disciples and gives them final instructions.

Cast (feature film)

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Writer (feature film)

8.
Street People (1976) as Screenwriter
A Mafia boss is enraged when he is suspected of smuggling a heroin shipment into San Francisco. He dispatches his nephew, a hotshot Anglo-Sicilian lawyer, to identify the real culprit. The lawyer also enlists the aid of his best friend, a grand prix driver with an adventurous streak.

Editing (feature film)

9.
Orson Welles' Don Quixote (1992) as Editor (Original Shoot)
Based on years of researching the filmmaker's notes, and involving the restoration of all existing footage and material, this is a completed version of the film adaptation of Cervantes' epic, begun by Orson Welles in 1955 but left unfinished upon his death in 1985.
10.
A Stranger in Town (1968) as Film Editor
A cowboy loner wages a bloody battle to capture a murderous bandit.
11.
Opiate '67 (1967) as Film Editor
12.
The Christmas That Almost Wasn't (1966) as Film Editor
Sam Whipple, an attorney in once-upon-a-time-land, is startled to receive a visit from Santa Claus shortly before Christmas. It seems that when he was a child, Sam wrote a letter thanking Santa for the presents he'd received, and offering to return the favor someday. That day is now - a mean old soul named Phineas Prune, who holds the deed to the North Pole, is demanding back rent. Otherwise, he's going to evict Santa, Mrs. Claus and the elves and take all the Christmas toys. It's up to Sam and Santa to find a way to pay off Prune and prevent Christmas from being canceled.
13.
The Tramplers (1966) as Film Editor
A Southern family becomes its own worst enemy in the Civil War aftermath. This violent Italian western with American leads was filmed in Argentina.
14.
Il successo (1965) as Film Editor
15.
The Easy Life (1963) as Film Editor
A shy law student meets a bon vivant who takes him for a drive through the Roman and Tuscan countryside.
16.
Hercules and the Captive Women (1963) as Film Editor
The ever intrepid world-trotting hunk of a man Herc (Hercules to those who are not his friends) saves a beautiful maiden from the hands of an evil creature. She takes him to her home, Atlantis. Herc kicks some butt and saves her from her mother who wants to kill her and from some scary looking blond guys but unfortunately the rest of the inhabitants are destroyed. Do not worry because Herc escapes along with his son, the maiden and an annoying midget.
17.
The Tartars (1962) as Film Editor
A barbarian army attacks Viking settlements along the Russian steppes.
18.
Morgan the Pirate (1961) as Film Editor
An escaped slave takes on the Spanish Navy.

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