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Name  Marcello Pagliero

Role  Film director
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Born  15 January 1907 (1907-01-15) London, United Kingdom
Occupation  Film director, Screenwriter
Died  October 18, 1980, Paris, France
Nominations  Academy Award for Best Story and Screenplay
Movies  Rome - Open City, Paisan, Roma Citta Libera, Days of Glory, The Red Rose
Similar People  Roberto Rossellini, Sergio Amidei, Nando Bruno, Federico Fellini, Jean Delannoy

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Marcello Pagliero (15 January 1907 – 18 October 1980) was an Italian film director, actor, and screenwriter.


Marcello Pagliero Marcello PAGLIERO Festival de Cannes 2017

Pagliero was born in London and died in Paris. He is perhaps best known for his performance in the Roberto Rossellini film Rome, Open City (1945).

He moved to France in 1947, and continued to work in film until 1960 and in French television after that.

In 1949, he was nominated with six other co-writers for an Academy Award for Writing Original Screenplay for the Rossellini film Paisà.

Selected filmography

  • The Red Rose
  • Vingt Mille Lieues sur la Terre
  • The Devil's Gondola (1946)
  • A Man Walks in the City (1950)
  • References

    Marcello Pagliero Wikipedia