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Occupation  Director
Name  Carlo Borghesio
Role  Film director

Carlo Borghesio
Born  24 June 1905 (1905-06-24) Turin, Italy
Died  November 12, 1983, Turin, Italy
Movies  I due compari, La corda d'acciaio, Il monello della strada, Napoleon, Gli Angeli del quartiere
Similar People  Erminio Macario, Virna Lisi, Vittorio Metz, Rossana Podesta, Nino Rota

Carlo Borghesio (24 June 1905 – 12 November 1983) was an Italian film director and screenwriter.


Life and career

Born in Turin, Borghesio started his career as an assistant director in the second half of the 1930s, notably collaborating with Alessandro Blasetti and Mario Mattoli. After collaborating to a number of screenplays, he made his directorial debut in 1939, co-directing with Mario Soldati the comedy film Due milioni per un sorriso. Borghesio is best known for his association with Erminio Macario, he directed in a number of critically acclaimed comedies between the 1940s and the early 1950s.

Selected filmography

  • The Sin of Rogelia Sanchez (1940)
  • How I Lost the War (1947)
  • L'eroe della strada (1948)
  • How I Discovered America (1949)
  • Captain Demonio (1950)
  • Napoleon (1951)
  • Il monello della strada (1951)
  • Gli Angeli del quartiere (1952)
  • The Steel Rope (1953)
  • The Two Friends (1955)
  • References

    Carlo Borghesio Wikipedia

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