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Also Known As: C. L. Bragaglia Died: January 4, 1998
Born: July 8, 1894 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Profession: screenwriter, director

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Carlo Ludovico Bragaglia worked on a variety of projects during his entertainment career. He founded the Teatro degli Indipendenti and directed films focusing on avant-garde and experimental work. He directed several documentaries. He was left for dead in a morgue during WWI; he recovered and was decorated for bravery. He teamed with his brother, Arturo, to work on experimental photography. Bragaglia received his start directing independent films, including early work on the Rhonda Fleming drama "The Queen of Babylon" (1956). Bragaglia also appeared in "Hannibal" (1960). Later in his career, Bragaglia directed "Les Vierges de Rome" (1963) with Louis Jourdan. Bragaglia passed away in January 1998 at the age of 104.

Carlo Ludovico Bragaglia worked on a variety of projects during his entertainment career. He founded the Teatro degli Indipendenti and directed films focusing on avant-garde and experimental work. He directed several documentaries. He was left for dead in a morgue during WWI; he recovered and was decorated for bravery. He teamed with his brother, Arturo, to work on experimental photography. Bragaglia received his start directing independent films, including early work on the Rhonda Fleming drama "The Queen of Babylon" (1956). Bragaglia also appeared in "Hannibal" (1960). Later in his career, Bragaglia directed "Les Vierges de Rome" (1963) with Louis Jourdan. Bragaglia passed away in January 1998 at the age of 104.

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DIRECTOR:

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  Amazons of Rome (1963) Director
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  Amori di Ercole, Gli (1960) Director
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  Queen of Babylon (1956) Director
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Was left for dead in a morgue during WWI; he recovered and was decorated for bravery
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Teamed with his brother, Arturo, to work on experimental photography
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Established the Casa d'arte Bragaglio with his brother Anton
1930:
Worked at Cine Studios with his father learning every aspect of filmmaking
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Directed several documentaries
1933:
Directorial feature debut "O la borsa o la vita"
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Founded the Teatro degli Indipendenti and directed films focusing on avant-garde and experimental work
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Notes

Several of his films were screened at the 1994 Locarno Film Festival marking his 100th birthday.

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brother:
Arturo Bragaglia. Died January 21, 1962.
brother:
Anton Giulio Bragaglia. Died July 21, 1960.
nephew:
Silvo Clementelli. Film producer. Survived him.

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"Bragaglio racconta Bragaglia"

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