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Name
  
Mino Guerrini


Role
  
Director

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Died
  
January 10, 1990, Rimini, Italy

Movies
  
Au‑Pair Girl, The Third Eye, Un ufficiale non si arrende, Date for a Murder, The Evil Eye

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Mino Guerrini (16 December 1927 – 10 January 1990) was an Italian director, screenwriter, actor and painter.

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Born in Rome as Giacomo Guerrini, Guerrini entered the cinema industry in 1954 as screenwriter in Marcello Pagliero's Vergine moderna; after several collaborations (including the screenplay of Mario Bava's The Girl Who Knew Too Much) he made his directorial debut in an episode of the film Amore in quattro dimensioni and from then started a prolific career, mainly focused on comedy films. He was also a character actor, often in his own films; as actor he's probably best known for the role of Nino in Damiano Damiani's La rimpatriata.

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