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Birth Place: Italy Profession: Director ...
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COMPLETE FILMOGRAPHY WITH SYNOPSIS

Director (feature film)

1.
Django (2012)
In the opening scene a lone man walks, behind him he drags a coffin. That man is Django. He rescues a woman from bandits and, later, arrives in a town ravaged by the same bandits. The scene for confrontation is set. But why does he drag that coffin everywhere and who, or what, is in it?
2.
Women in Arms (1991) as Director
4.
Roba da Ricchi (1987) as Director
Improbable situations involving three couples are played out in luxurious surroundings.
5.
Rimini Rimini (1987) as Director
An exploration of the eccentric characters who inhabit one of Europe's more colorful beaches.
6.
Sono un Fenomeno Paranormale (1986) as Director
7.
tu per tu, A (1984) as Director
8.
Questo e Quello (1983) as Director
9.
Il Conte Tacchia (1982) as Director
10.
Bello Mio Bellezza Mia (1982) as Director
11.
Supersnooper (1981) as Director
When Miami policeman Dave Speed is accidentally exposed to radiation, he develops super powers. He can fly and walk on water, but his inability to control his new abilities causes a lot of problems and drives his sergeant crazy.
12.
Pari e Dispari (1978) as Director
13.
Mazzetta, La (1978) as Director
15.
Tre Tigri Contro Tre Tigri (1977) as Director
17.
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20.
Il Bianco, Il Giallo, Il Nero (1974) as Director
21.
Il Bestione (1974) as Director
25.
Sonny & Jed (1972) as Director
26.
The Mercenary (1970) as Director
An idealistic patriot hires a gunman to lead the fight against a crooked mine-owner.
27.
Grande silenzio, Il (1968) as Director
Bounty killers led by Loco prey on outlaws hiding out in the snowbound Utah mountains. After Pauline's husband becomes Loco's latest victim, she hires a gunman for revenge; Silence, mute since his throat was cut as a child
28.
The Hellbenders (1967) as Director
29.
Navajo Joe (1967) as Director
An Indian takes vengeance on the outlaw band that killed his tribe.
30.
Ringo And His Golden Pistol (1966)
Mark Damon, Valeria Fabrizi, Ettore Manni, Giulia Rubini. Ringo uses more than his pistol in this explosive spaghetti western. He defends himself with a seemingly endless supply of dynamite, blowing his enemies into oblivion. Based on the popular Italian western hero, Johnny Oro, created by Duccio Tessari.
31.
The Man Who Laughs (1966)
Lucrezia Borgia seduces an innocent youth into taking the place of one of her enemies.
32.
Minnesota Clay (1966) as Director
33.
Goliath and the Vampires (1964) as Director
34.
Duel of the Titans (1963) as Director
Steve Reeves, Gordon Scott, Virna Lisi, Arnelia Vanoni, Jacques Sernas, Massimo Girotti. Steve Reeves and Gordon Scott play Romulus and Remus, warrior brothers who were raised by wolves and later became bitter rivals over the daughter of the King of the Sabines.
36.
The Slave (1963) as Director
Steve Reeves stars as Randus, the son of Spartacus, the only man who can put an end to the tyrant Gora and his nasty habit of carving an S into each of his victims.
37.
Chi si ferma e perduto (1960)
When their boss dies two clerks eagerly wait for the next one to arrive. Each one of them hopes to become the apple of his eye. They compete in every possible way to win him over causing lots of trouble and lots of misunderstandings.

Writer (feature film)

38.
Django (2012)
In the opening scene a lone man walks, behind him he drags a coffin. That man is Django. He rescues a woman from bandits and, later, arrives in a town ravaged by the same bandits. The scene for confrontation is set. But why does he drag that coffin everywhere and who, or what, is in it?
39.
40.
Giorni del commissario Ambrosio, I (1988) as Screenwriter
41.
Roba da Ricchi (1987) as Screenwriter
Improbable situations involving three couples are played out in luxurious surroundings.
42.
Rimini Rimini (1987) as Screenwriter
An exploration of the eccentric characters who inhabit one of Europe's more colorful beaches.
43.
Sono un Fenomeno Paranormale (1986) as Screenwriter
44.
Il Conte Tacchia (1982) as Screenplay Collaboration
45.
Bello Mio Bellezza Mia (1982) as Screenwriter
46.
Supersnooper (1981) as Screenwriter
When Miami policeman Dave Speed is accidentally exposed to radiation, he develops super powers. He can fly and walk on water, but his inability to control his new abilities causes a lot of problems and drives his sergeant crazy.
47.
Pari e Dispari (1978) as Story By
48.
Pari e Dispari (1978) as Screenwriter
49.
Tre Tigri Contro Tre Tigri (1977) as Screenwriter
50.
Il Bianco, Il Giallo, Il Nero (1974) as Screenwriter
51.
Sonny & Jed (1972) as From Story
52.
Johnny Hamlet (1972) as From Story
53.
Sonny & Jed (1972) as Screenwriter
54.
The Mercenary (1970) as Screenwriter
An idealistic patriot hires a gunman to lead the fight against a crooked mine-owner.
55.
The Man Who Laughs (1966)
Lucrezia Borgia seduces an innocent youth into taking the place of one of her enemies.
56.
Two Colonels (1966) as Screenwriter
Durante la seconda Guerra Mondiale, al confine tra Grecia e Albania combattono gli eserciti italiani e inglesi. Le donne del luogo sono corteggiate dagli uomini dei due schieramenti e devono contendersi amanti veri e presunti. La situazione riguarda particolarmente due colonnelli, innamorati della stessa donna.
57.
Minnesota Clay (1966) as Screenwriter
58.
Goliath and the Vampires (1964) as Screenwriter
59.
Duel of the Titans (1963) as Screenwriter
Steve Reeves, Gordon Scott, Virna Lisi, Arnelia Vanoni, Jacques Sernas, Massimo Girotti. Steve Reeves and Gordon Scott play Romulus and Remus, warrior brothers who were raised by wolves and later became bitter rivals over the daughter of the King of the Sabines.
60.
Duel of the Titans (1963) as Screenwriter
Steve Reeves, Gordon Scott, Virna Lisi, Arnelia Vanoni, Jacques Sernas, Massimo Girotti. Steve Reeves and Gordon Scott play Romulus and Remus, warrior brothers who were raised by wolves and later became bitter rivals over the daughter of the King of the Sabines.

Producer (feature film)

61.
Django (2012)
In the opening scene a lone man walks, behind him he drags a coffin. That man is Django. He rescues a woman from bandits and, later, arrives in a town ravaged by the same bandits. The scene for confrontation is set. But why does he drag that coffin everywhere and who, or what, is in it?

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