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Name  Dino Verde
Role  Author
Children  Gustavo Verde

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Died  February 1, 2004, Rome, Italy
Movies  The Widower, Death Walks on High Heels, The Incredible Paris Inci, Uncle Was a Vampire, Un'estate al mare
Similar People  Antonio Amurri, Franco Franchi, Renato Rascel, Sandro Continenza, Domenico Modugno

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Dino Verde (24 April 1931 – 23 July 2013) was an Italian author, lyricist, playwright and screenwriter.

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Life and career

Born Edoardo Verde in Naples, in 1943 he started working in the satirical magazine Marc'Aurelio. Since the late 1940s Verde wrote revues and comedy plays for the most popular comedians of the time, including Macario, Nino Taranto, Aldo Fabrizi, Mario Riva and Riccardo Billi, Carlo Dapporto. In 1949 he started collaborating with EIAR, where he specialized in writing sketches and parody songs.

Active on television since 1955, he was author of some of the most popular RAI variety shows, such as Canzonissima, Doppia coppia and Studio Uno.

Verde was also a successful songwriter; he wrote lyrics for two Sanremo Music Festival winning songs, "Piove (Ciao, ciao bambina)" by Domenico Modugno/Johnny Dorelli and "Romantica" by Renato Rascel/Tony Dallara. Other hits include Modugno's "Resta cu mme", Kessler Twins' "Dadaumpa", Rita Pavone's "Il ballo del mattone", Mina's "Una zebra a pois", Sophia Loren's "Che m'è 'mparato a fa".

His last work was the 2004 stage play "Bentornato avanspettacolo".

His son Gustavo is also a television author.

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