Ennio De Concini


Biography

Filmography

 

Director (Feature Film)

Daniele e Maria (1973)
Director
Hitler: The Last Ten Days (1973)
Director

Writer (Feature Film)

Marcellino Pane e Vino (2004)
Screenwriter
From the Apennines to the Andes (1990)
Screenwriter
Il Sole Buio (1990)
Screenplay
C'era un castello con 40 cani (1990)
Screenwriter
Quo Vadis (1989)
Screenplay
Il Giovane Toscanini (1988)
From Story
The Late Mattia Pascal (1988)
Screenwriter
La Maschera (1988)
Screenplay
Il Giovane Toscanini (1988)
Screenplay
Il Diavolo in Corpo (1987)
Screenwriter
Copkiller (1983)
Screenplay
Storia d'amore e d'amicizia (1982)
Screenplay
Il Buon Soldato (1982)
Screenwriter
La Cote d'Amour (1982)
Screenwriter
Razza Selvaggia (1980)
Screenwriter
Le Dernier Amant Romantique (1978)
Screenwriter
Just a Gigolo (1978)
Screenplay
Folies bourgeoises (1976)
Screenplay
Madam Kitty (1975)
Screenplay
Hitler: The Last Ten Days (1973)
Screenwriter
The Red Tent (1970)
Screenwriter
A Place for Lovers (1969)
Screenwriter
Better a Widow (1969)
Story
Dirty Heroes (1969)
Screenplay supervisor (see note)
The Girl Who Couldn't Say No (1969)
Screenwriter
Guns for San Sebastian (1968)
Screenplay french, italian & spanish versions
Treasure of San Gennaro (1968)
Story
The Battle of the Mods (1968)
Screenwriter
Treasure of San Gennaro (1968)
Screenwriter
The Bastard (1968)
Screenwriter
Weekend, Italian Style (1967)
Scr--Original story
A Rose for Everyone (1967)
Screenwriter
The Dirty Game (1966)
Screenwriter
Love and Marriage (1966)
Story & Screenplay
Italiano brava gente (1965)
Story
The Railroad Man (1965)
Screenplay (see note)
The Facts of Murder (1965)
Screenwriter
Italiano brava gente (1965)
Screenwriter
The Railroad Man (1965)
Screenwriter
Evil Eye (1964)
Screenwriter
Duel of Champions (1964)
Screenwriter
My Son, the Hero (1963)
Screenwriter
Madame (1963)
Screenwriter
Run With the Devil (1963)
Screenwriter
Duel of the Titans (1963)
Screenwriter
Rice Girl (1963)
Screenwriter
European Nights (1963)
Screenwriter
The Witch's Curse (1963)
Screenwriter
The Ship of Condemned Women (1963)
Screenwriter
Nude Odyssey (1962)
Story
Il grido (1962)
Scr-dial
Jessica (1962)
Screenplay collaborator
The Story of Joseph and His Brethren (1962)
Screenwriter
Marco Polo (1962)
Screenwriter
Constantine and the Cross (1962)
Screenwriter
Divorce--Italian Style (1962)
Screenwriter
Son of Samson (1962)
Screenwriter
Siege of Syracuse (1962)
Screenwriter
Nude Odyssey (1962)
Screenwriter
The Warrior Empress (1961)
Screenwriter
Black Sunday (1961)
Screenwriter
Carthage in Flames (1961)
Screenwriter
The Colossus of Rhodes (1961)
Screenwriter
Behind the Great Wall (1960)
Story
That Long Night In 1943 (1960)
Screenplay
The Dauphins (1960)
Screenwriter
La Maschera del Demonio (1960)
Screenplay
The House of Intrigue (1959)
Screenplay
La Rivolta dei Gladiatori (1958)
Screenwriter
Attila (1958)
Screenplay
Hercules (1958)
Screenplay
The Love Specialist (1958)
Screenwriter
War and Peace (1956)
Adaptation
Ulysses (1955)
Screenwriter
Mambo (1955)
Story and Screenplay

Production Companies (Feature Film)

Better a Widow (1969)
Company

Writer (TV Mini-Series)

Vendetta: Secrets of a Mafia Bride (1991)
Screenplay

Life Events

Videos

Movie Clip

Colossus Of Rhodes, The (1961) - Open, Island Of Rhodes, 280 B.C. Leave it to Sergio Leone, in his first feature, a cold-open no less, with a Hellenistic commando raid on unspecified villains, the blonde guy being rescued is the French actor Georges Marchal, whom we’ll learn is a rebel Phoenecian slave, in the Italian-financed, shot in Spain, released by MGM The Colossus Of Rhodes, 1961, starring Rory Calhoun.
Colossus Of Rhodes, The (1961) - Proof Of My Ardor Rory Calhoun (who director Sergio Leone later described as a “proletarian Cary Grant”), as Greek soldier and visitor Dario, has pursued sexy, connected local dignitary Diala (Lea Massari) from a big banquet to a quieter temple, but she’s planning tricks, in the Spanish-made Italian-financed MGM release The Colossus Of Rhodes, 1961.
Colossus Of Rhodes, The (1961) - Nectar Of Euphrates This plays rather like a Sergio Leone scene, and comes from his first feature, at a banquet on Rhodes celebrating the new (titular) statue, rakish Greek visitor Dario (Rory Calhoun) flirts with local socialite Diala (Lea Massari), while the king (Roberto Camardiel) susses out a rebel slave (an un-credited actor!), in The Colossus Of Rhodes, 1961.
Place For Lovers, A - We Could Buy Him Having reconciled with Italian suitor Valerio (Marcello Mastroianni), who had been offended by her reckless behavior, still-mysterious Julia (Faye Dunaway) joins him for antics at a ski chalet in Switzerland, in Vittorio De Sica's A Place For Lovers, 1969.

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