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Luciano Salce

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Cause of death  Heart attack
Years active  1961-1988
Children  Emanuele Salce
Nationality  Italian
Spouse(s)  Diletta D'Andrea
Siblings  Guido Salce
Other names  Pilantra
Name  Luciano Salce
Occupation  Film director
Role  Film director

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Born  25 September 1922 (1922-09-25) Rome, Kingdom of Italy
Died  December 17, 1989, Rome, Italy
Movies  Fantozzi, The Second Tragic Fa, The Fascist, Crazy Desire, A Girl and a Million
Similar People  Paolo Villaggio, Gigi Reder, Anna Mazzamauro, Ugo Tognazzi, Liu Bosisio

Parents  Mario Salce, Clara Sponza

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Luciano Salce (25 September 1922 in Rome – 17 December 1989 in Rome) was an Italian film director, actor and lyricist. His 1962 film Le pillole di Ercole was shown as part of a retrospective on Italian comedy at the 67th Venice International Film Festival.


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As a writer of pop music, he used the pseudonym Pilantra. During World War II, he was a prisoner in Germany. He later worked for several years in Brazil.

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Trattoria LA PERGOLA da Basta guardarla (1971) di Luciano Salce

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