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Giuseppe Amato (I) (1899–1964)

Giuseppe Amato was born on August 24, 1899 in Naples, Campania, Italy as Giuseppe Vasaturo. He was a producer and writer, known for Bicycle Thieves (1948), La Dolce Vita (1960) and Umberto D. (1952). He died on February 3, 1964 in Rome, Lazio, Italy. See full bio »


(age 64) in Rome, Lazio, Italy

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Bicycle Thieves
Bicycle Thieves Producer
La Dolce Vita
La Dolce Vita Producer
Umberto D.
Umberto D. Producer


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 1961 Morte di un bandito (producer)
 1961 La ragazza di mille mesi (producer)
 1960 La Dolce Vita (producer)
 1959 The Facts of Murder (producer)
 1959 ...and the Wild Wild Women (producer)
 1958 Come te movi, te fulmino! (producer)
 1956 Era di venerdì 17 (executive producer)
 1955 It Happens in Roma (producer)
 1954 Angels of Darkness (producer)
 1953 The Return of Don Camillo (delegate producer)
 1952 Mademoiselle Gobete (producer)
 1952 The Little World of Don Camillo (delegate producer)
 1952 Umberto D. (producer - as Amato)
 1952 Un ladro in paradiso (producer)
 1951 Era lui, sì, sì! (producer)
 1951 Parigi è sempre Parigi (producer)
 1950 Tomorrow Is Too Late (producer)
 1950 Francesco, giullare di Dio (associate producer)
 1949 Yvonne la Nuit (producer - uncredited)
 1948 Bicycle Thieves (producer)
 1948 Una lettera all'alba (producer)
 1947 Natale al campo 119 (producer)
 1946 Malìa (producer)
 1945 Roma città aperta (producer - uncredited)
 1943 Apparizione (producer)
 1943 The Peddler and the Lady (producer - as G. Amato)
 1942 4 passi fra le nuvole (producer)
 1942 Avanti c'è posto... (producer)
 1942 La cena delle beffe (producer)
 1942 Non mi sposo più (producer)
 1940 Eternal Melodies (producer)
 1940 Una famiglia impossibile (producer)
 1940 Una romantica avventura (producer)
 1940 Rose scarlatte (producer)
 1939 Il documento (producer)
 1939 Her First Love (producer)
 1939 Frenzy (producer)
 1939 I grandi magazzini (producer)
 1939 Batticuore (producer)
 1938 La casa del peccato (producer)
 1938 L'amor mio non muore! (producer)
 1938 The Count of Brechard (producer)
 1937 I fratelli Castiglioni (producer)
 1937 The Man Who Smiles (producer - as G. D'Amato)
 1937 I Was to Blame (producer)
 1936 Non ti conosco più (producer)
 1936 Thirty Seconds of Love (producer)
 1936 Milizia territoriale (producer)
 1935 Quei due (producer - uncredited)
 1935 Casta diva (producer)
 1935 Il cappello a tre punte (producer)
 1934 Quella vecchia canaglia (producer)
 1934 The Little School Mistress (producer)
 1933 La signorina dell'autobus (producer)
 1933 I Sing for You Alone (producer)
 1932 Cinque a zero (producer)
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Alternate Names:

G. Amato | Peppino Amato | Amato | G. D'Amato

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Important Italian writer-producer, former distributor of American films in Italy. Noted particularly for his work with directors DeSica, Duvivier and Fellini. See more »

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