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Also Known As: Alfredo Antonini Died:
Born: May 7, 1924 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Paris, FR Profession: director, screenwriter, producer, editor, assistant director

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Began his career in the mid-1940s as an editor for Pathe studios in Paris and was enlisted by director John Huston to adapt the novel "The Red Badge of Courage", which Huston filmed in 1951. Band went on to establish himself as an independent producer-director, moving his operation to Rome in the early 1960s.

Began his career in the mid-1940s as an editor for Pathe studios in Paris and was enlisted by director John Huston to adapt the novel "The Red Badge of Courage", which Huston filmed in 1951. Band went on to establish himself as an independent producer-director, moving his operation to Rome in the early 1960s.

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DIRECTOR:

1.
  Prehysteria II (1994) Director
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  Prehysteria (1993) Director
3.
  Robot Wars (1993) Director
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  Doctor Mordrid (1992) Director
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  Joey Takes a Cab (1991) Director
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  Ghoulies II (1988) Director
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  She Came to the Valley (1979) Director
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  Dracula's Dog (1978) Director
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  The Tramplers (1966) Director
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  Face of Fire (1959) Director

CAST: (feature film)

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 Troll (1986) Older Husband On Tv
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 End of the World (1977) Awards Party Guest
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Began film career as an editor at Pathe Studios in Paris
1951:
Adapted "The Red Badge of Courage" for John Huston
1956:
Feature directing and producing debut, "Young Guns"

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