| Ruggero Maccari|
| May 8, 1989, Rome, Italy|
| 28 June 1919Rome, Italy|
David di Donatello for Best Screenplay
Academy Award for Best Writing Adapted Screenplay
A Special Day, Scent of a Woman, Ugly - Dirty and Bad, Il Sorpasso, I mostri
Ettore Scola, Dino Risi, Antonio Pietrangeli, Furio Scarpelli, Armando Trovajoli
Ruggero Maccari Wikipedia
Ruggero Maccari (28 June 1919 – 8 May 1989) was an Italian screenwriter.
Specially known by his collaboration with film director and screenwriter Ettore Scola. He wrote Commedia all'italiana films such as The Easy Life, Brutti sporchi e cattivi, or Adua e le compagne.
He was nominated to the Academy Award for Dino Risi's Profumo di donna.
He won a David di Donatello for Ettore Scola's La famiglia; and he was a 4 time Nastro d'Argento winner for La famiglia, Scola's Passione d'amore and A Special Day, and Antonio Pietrangeli's Io la conoscevo bene.The Dream of Zorro (1952)
The Piano Tuner Has Arrived (1952)
Beauties in Capri (1952)
The Doctor of the Mad (1954)
Toto Seeks Peace (1954)
It Happened at the Police Station (1954)
The Two Friends (1955)
Red and Black (1955)
Count Max (1957)