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Giuseppe Amato

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Years active  1932-1961
Name  Giuseppe Amato

Role  Film producer
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Full Name  Giuseppe Vasaturo
Born  24 August 1899 (1899-08-24) Naples, Italy
Occupation  Film producer, screenwriter, film director
Died  February 3, 1964, Rome, Italy
Awards  David di Donatello Golden Plate Award
Grandchildren  Diamy Spencer, Giuseppe Pedersoli, Christine Spencer
Movies  La Dolce Vita, Bicycle Thieves, Yvonne of the Night, Umberto D, Rome - Open City
Similar People  Aldo De Benedetti, Cesare Zavattini, Angelo Rizzoli, Alessandro Blasetti, Mario Mattoli

Children  Maria Amato, Marina Amato

Giuseppe Amato (24 August 1899 – 3 February 1964) was an Italian film producer, screenwriter and director. He produced 58 films between 1932 and 1961. He was born in Naples and died in Rome from a heart attack. He is especially known for Bicycle Thieves.

Selected filmography

  • Five to Nil (1932)
  • Three Lucky Fools (1933)
  • Those Two (1935)
  • Thirty Seconds of Love (1936)
  • The Man Who Smiles (1936)
  • I Don't Know You Anymore (1936)
  • The Castiglioni Brothers, (1937)
  • It Was I! (1937)
  • The Document (1939)
  • Unjustified Absence (1939)
  • Department Store (1939)
  • Eternal Melodies (1940)
  • Red Roses (1940 - director)
  • The Jester's Supper (1942)
  • Four Steps in the Clouds (1942)
  • Before the Postman (1942)
  • The Peddler and the Lady (1943)
  • Shoeshine (also known as Shoeshine Boys) (1946)
  • Rome, Open City, (1945)
  • Christmas at Camp 119 (1948)
  • Paris Is Always Paris (1951)
  • Umberto D. (1952)
  • The Return of Don Camillo (1952)
  • Move and I'll Shoot (1958)
  • Arrivederci Roma (1958 - writer)
  • Un maledetto imbroglio (1959)
  • La Dolce Vita (1960)
  • References

    Giuseppe Amato Wikipedia


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