Renato Salvatori



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Burglars, The (1971) -- (Movie Clip) It's Not A Ghost Ship At the port in Athens, their heist completed, the crew (Jean-Paul Belmondo as Arad, Robert Hossein as Ralph, Nicole Calfan as Helene and Renato Salvatori as Renzi) find their getaway boat missing, leading to inquiries and some cool shooting by cinematographer Claude Renoir (director Jean’s nephew) and director Henri Verneuil, in The Burglars 1971.
I Compagni (The Organizer) -- (1964) -- (Movie Clip) But That Would Be A Strike Just arrived in Turin, the professor (Marcello Mastroianni) inserts himself into a spat between semi-organized factory workers led by Pautasso (Folco Lulli), and hesitant Raoul (Renato Salvatori), early in Mario Monicelli's I Compagni a.k.a. The Organizer, 1964.
Rocco And His Brothers (1960) -- (Movie Clip) Teeth Like A Wolf Weeks into their impoverished residence in Milan, southern Italian Rocco (Alain Delon) watches as his brother Simone (Renato Salvatori) gets some attention from a boxing promoter (Paolo Stoppa), about whom they perhaps should be suspicious, in Luchino Visconti's Rocco And His Brothers, 1960.
Rocco And His Brothers (1960) -- (Movie Clip) There's Work For Everybody! Arriving in Milan from Lucania in the south, widow Signora Parondi (Katina Paxinou) leads her brood (Spiros Focas, Max Cartier, Renato Salvatori, young Rocco Vidolazzi, and Alain Delon as "Rocco"), who see snow for the first time, in Luchino Visconti's Rocco And His Brothers, 1960.
Rocco And His Brothers (1960) -- (Movie Clip) It's Like Daylight Director Luchino Visconti's family Parondi arrives from "Lucania" in the south, at Milan, Katina Paxinou the widowed mother, Renato Salvatori as Simone, Alain Delon as Rocco, Max Cartier as Ciro, Rocco Vidolazzi as young Luca, camera by Giuseppe Rotunno, opening Rocco And His Brothers, 1960.
Z -- (1969) -- (Movie Clip) A Hungry Bear Does Not Dance "The Deputy" (Yves Montand), just arrived in the un-named country that can only be the director's native Greece, planning the rally, thug Yago (Renato Salvatori) and pals beating up demonstrators, in Costa-Gavras' Z, 1969.
Big Deal On Madonna Street (1958) -- (Movie Clip) Nothing But Rocks And Cacti Mario (Renato Salvatori), junior member of the bumbling crime gang, sent on an errand, seizes the chance to romance Carmela (Claudia Cardinale), pretty sister of his colleague Ferribotte (Tiberio Murgia), who unexpectedly appears, in Big Deal On Madonna Street, 1958.
Big Deal On Madonna Street (1958) -- (Movie Clip) Hands Off The Baby Food! Bumbling crooks Ferribotte, Capanelle and Mario (Tiberio Murgia, Carlo Pisacane, Renato Salvatori) pay a visit to photographer pal Tiberio (Marcello Mastroianni), about their jailed pal who needs a stand-in, early in Mario Monicelli's Big Deal On Madonna Street, 1958.


Giulia Salvatori
Actor. Made film debut opposite her mother, Annie Girardot, in "La Vie Continue".


Annie Girardot