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Nationality  Italian
Role  Comic
Name  Mario Castellani
Years active  1924–1971
Occupation  comedian, actor

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Born  July 2, 1906 (1906-07-02) Rome
Died  April 26, 1978, Rome, Italy
Movies  Toto in Color, Toto Le Moko, Fifa e arena, Toto Tarzan, Cops and Robbers
Similar People  Mario Mattoli, Carlo Ludovico Bragaglia, Camillo Mastrocinque, Steno, Vittorio Metz

Mario Castellani (July 2, 1906 – April 26, 1978) was an Italian comic actor, best known as the sidekick of famous comic actor Antonio De Curtis (Totò). He appeared with the latter in all his major movies, as well as many of Totò's theatre productions.

Mario Castellani Tot Antonio De Curtis below Mario Castellani and Isa Barzizza

Filmography

Below is a partial list of his films—

  • Romulus and the Sabines, directed by Mario Bonnard (1945)
  • Abbasso la miseria!, directed by Gennaro Righelli (1945)
  • I due orfanelli, directed by Mario Mattoli (1947)
  • Fear and Sand, directed by Mario Mattoli (1948)
  • Toto Tours Italy, directed by Mario Mattoli (1948)
  • I pompieri di Viggiù, directed by Mario Mattoli (1949)
  • Toto Looks For a House, directed by Steno e Mario Monicelli (1949)
  • Totò le Mokò, directed by Carlo Ludovico Bragaglia (1949)
  • L'imperatore di Capri, directed by Luigi Comencini (1949)
  • Toto Looks for a Wife, directed by Carlo Ludovico Bragaglia (1950)
  • Figaro Here, Figaro There, directed by Carlo Ludovico Bragaglia (1950)
  • Le sei mogli di Barbablù, directed by Carlo Ludovico Bragaglia (1950)
  • Tototarzan, directed by Mario Mattoli (1950)
  • Toto the Sheik, directed by Mario Mattoli (1950)
  • 47 morto che parla, directed by Carlo Ludovico Bragaglia (1950)
  • Totò terzo uomo, directed by Mario Mattoli (1951)
  • Seven Hours of Trouble, directed by Vittorio Metz e Marcello Marchesi (1951)
  • La paura fa 90, directed by Giorgio Simonelli (1951)
  • The Two Sergeants, directed by Carlo Alberto Chiesa (1951)
  • La vendetta del corsaro, directed by Primo Zeglio (1951)
  • Guardie e ladri, directed by Steno e Mario Monicelli (1951)
  • Totò e le donne, directed by Steno e Mario Monicelli (1952)
  • Toto in Color, directed by Steno (1952)
  • Cinque poveri in automobile, directed by Mario Mattoli (1952)
  • Inganno, directed by Guido Brignone
  • Dov'è la libertà?, directed by Roberto Rossellini (1952)
  • L'uomo, la bestia e la virtù, directed by Steno (1953)
  • Un turco napoletano, directed by Mario Mattoli (1953)
  • Una di quelle, directed by Aldo Fabrizi (1953)
  • Il più comico spettacolo del mondo, directed by Mario Mattoli (1953)
  • Totò e Carolina, directed by Mario Monicelli (1953)
  • Questa è la vita, episode La patente, directed by Luigi Zampa (1954)
  • Tempi nostri, episode La macchina fotografica, directed by Alessandro Blasetti (1954)
  • The Three Thieves, directed by Lionello De Felice (1954)
  • The Doctor of the Mad, directed by Mario Mattoli (1954)
  • Toto Seeks Peace, directed by Mario Mattoli (1954)
  • Totò all'inferno, directed by Camillo Mastrocinque (1955)
  • I giorni più belli, directed by Mario Mattoli (1956)
  • Totò, Peppino e... la malafemmina, directed by Camillo Mastrocinque (1956)
  • Totò, Peppino e i fuorilegge, directed by Camillo Mastrocinque (1956)
  • Malafemmena, directed by Armando Fizzarotti (1957)
  • La cambiale, directed by Camillo Mastrocinque (1959)
  • I baccanali di Tiberio, directed by Giorgio Simonelli (1959)
  • Tough Guys, directed by Camillo Mastrocinque (1960)
  • Appuntamento a Ischia, directed by Mario Mattoli (1960)
  • Letto a tre piazze, directed by Steno (1960)
  • Who Hesitates is Lost, directed by Sergio Corbucci (1960)
  • Il corazziere, directed by Camillo Mastrocinque (1960)
  • Sua Eccellenza si fermò a mangiare, directed by Mario Mattoli (1961)
  • Totò, Peppino e...la dolce vita, directed by Sergio Corbucci (1961)
  • Tototruffa 62, directed by Camillo Mastrocinque (1961)
  • I due marescialli, directed by Sergio Corbucci (1961)
  • Il mantenuto, directed by Ugo Tognazzi (1961)
  • Totò diabolicus, directed by Steno (1962)
  • Lo smemorato di Collegno, directed by Sergio Corbucci (1962)
  • Totò contro i quattro, directed by Steno (1963)
  • Il monaco di Monza, directed by Sergio Corbucci (1963)
  • Le motorizzate, episode Vigile ignoto, directed by Marino Girolami (1963)
  • Totò e Cleopatra, directed by Fernando Cerchio (1963)
  • Sexy Toto, directed by Mario Amendola (1963)
  • Gli onorevoli, directed by Sergio Corbucci (1963)
  • Il comandante, directed by Paolo Heusch (1963)
  • Totò contro il pirata nero, directed by Fernando Cerchio (1964)
  • Che fine ha fatto Totò Baby?, directed by Ottavio Alessi, in reality by Paolo Heusch (1964)
  • Totò d'Arabia, directed by José Antonio De La Loma, in reality by Paolo Heusch (1964)
  • Gli amanti latini, episode Amore e morte, directed by Mario Costa (1965)
  • I figli del leopardo, directed by Sergio Corbucci (1965)
  • Ringo e Gringo contro tutti, directed by Bruno Corbucci (1966)
  • Totò Ye Ye, directed by Daniele D'Anza (1967)
  • Totò story, directed by various (1968)
  • Er Più - Storia di amore e di coltello, directed by Sergio Corbucci (1971)
  • Totò, une anthologie, directed by Jean-Louis Comolli (1978)
  • References

    Mario Castellani Wikipedia


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