|Name Giuseppe Griffi||Role Playwright|
|Died December 15, 2005, Rome, Italy|
Parents Felice Patroni Griffi, Laura de Gemmis
Awards Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Classical Music-Dance Program
Movies Metti - una sera a cena, The Divine Nymph, The Trap, The Driver's Seat, La Traviata a Paris
Similar People Florinda Bolkan, Tony Musante, Mariano Rigillo, Laura Antonelli, Raffaele La Capria
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Giuseppe Patroni Griffi (26 February 1921 – 15 December 2005) was an Italian playwright, screenwriter, director and author.
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- Selected filmography
He was born in Naples in an aristocratic family and moved to Rome immediately after the end of World War II and spent his professional life there. Patroni Griffi is considered one of the most prominent contributors to Italian theater and film in post-war Italy. Roberto Rossellini made a movie from his play Anima nera. His first listed film writing credit was on the 1952 musical Canzoni di mezzo secolo. Patroni Griffi would later direct Charlotte Rampling, Elizabeth Taylor, Marcello Mastroianni, Laura Antonelli, Florinda Bolkan, Terence Stamp, Fabio Testi.
Patroni Griffi was also involved with numerous television productions of lyric opera, including Verdi's La Traviata. His many theatrical productions include works by Pirandello, Eduardo De Filippo, Jean Cocteau and Tennessee Williams. As a writer, he published a first collection of stories in 1955, Ragazzo di Trastevere. Later, he contributed significantly to the body of Italian gay literature with Scende giù per Toledo and La morte della bellezza, both set in Naples.
He died in Rome.
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As a director, he is most noted for: