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Riccardo Freda

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Occupation  Film director
Name  Riccardo Freda
Role  Film director

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Born  24 February 1909 (1909-02-24) Alexandria, Egypt
Died  December 20, 1999, Rome, Italy
Movies  The Vampires, The Horrible Dr Hichcock, Murder Syndrome, The Ghost, Caltiki the Undying Monster
Similar People  Mario Bava, Gianna Maria Canale, Barbara Steele, Gino Cervi, Steno

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Riccardo Freda (Alexandria, Egypt, February 24, 1909 – Rome, Italy, December 20, 1999) was an Italian film director. Freda films ranged in various genres from sword-and-sandal, horror, giallo and spy films.


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Freda began directing I Vampiri in 1956 but left the production midway to have it completed by Mario Bava. The film became the first Italian sound horror film production.

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Riccardo Freda was born in 1909 in Alexandria, Egypt to Italian parents. Freda attended school in Milan where he took art classes at the Centro Sperimantale. After school he took on work as a sculptor and art critic.

Film career

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Freda first began making working in the film industry in 1937 and directed his first film Don Cesare di Bazan in 1942. Freda's began directing I Vampiri, but eventually left the production allowing Mario Bava to step in to finish directing the film. I Vampiri was the first Italian horror film of the sound era, following the lone silent horror film Il mostro di Frankenstein (1920) Despite being the first, a wave of Italian horror productions did not follow until Mario Bava's film Black Sunday was released internationally.

Freda died on December 20, 1999 in Rome.


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