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Carlo Campogalliani

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Years active  1910 - 1964
Name  Carlo Campogalliani
Role  Screenwriter

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Born  10 October 1886Concordia sulla Secchia, Emilia-Romagna Italy
Occupation  Director Screenwriter Actor
Died  August 10, 1974, Rome, Italy
Spouse  Letizia Quaranta (m. 1921)
Movies  Goliath and the Barbarians, Son of Samson, Ursus, Bellezze in bicicletta, Captain Falcon
Similar People  Chelo Alonso, Mark Forest, Vira Silenti, Giulia Rubini, Carlo Tamberlani

Carlo Campogalliani (10 October 1885 – 10 August 1974) was an Italian screenwriter, actor and film director. Campogalliani directed around eighty films during his career and acted in another fifty. He directed the 1934 sports film Stadio. He was married to the actress Letizia Quaranta who appeared in several of his films.

Selected directorial filmography

  • The Woman at Midnight (1925)
  • I Lost My Heart on a Bus (1929)
  • Courtyard (1931)
  • The Devil's Lantern (1931)
  • The Doctor in Spite of Himself (1931)
  • Stadium (1934)
  • The Four Musketeers (1936)
  • The Cavalier from Kruja (1940)
  • Forbidden Music (1942)
  • The Devil's Gondola (1946)
  • Hand of Death (1949)
  • The Beggar's Daughter (1950)
  • Beauties on Bicycles (1951)
  • Beauties on Motor Scooters (1952)
  • Orphan of the Ghetto (1954)
  • The Song of the Heart (1955)
  • The Angel of the Alps (1957)
  • Captain Falcon (1958)
  • Goliath and the Barbarians (1959)
  • Fountain of Trevi (1960)
  • Ursus (1961)
  • Sword of the Conqueror (1961)
  • The Avenger of Venice (1964)
  • References

    Carlo Campogalliani Wikipedia


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