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Nino Benvenuti

Nino Benvenuti had movie-star good looks and a punch that could knock a man cold. The former 1960 Olympic Champion was also a 3-time world boxing champion. Undefeated in his first 62 fights, Nino captured the imagination of not only boxing fans, but the general public. Lanky, but lethal punching, he defended his world middleweight title 4 times. In... See full bio »

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 2008 Carnera: The Walking Mountain
Trainer M. Baer
 1969 Alive or Preferably Dead
Ted Mulligan
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 1970 The Dean Martin Show (TV Series) (performer - 1 episode)
- Episode #5.29 (1970) ... (performer: "That's Amore" - uncredited)
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 2014 Sfide (TV Series)
 2013 Giuliano Gemma: Un italiano nel mondo (Documentary)
 1995 Gelato al limone (TV Series)
- Episode dated 23 July 1995 (1995) ... Himself
 1970 The Dean Martin Show (TV Series)
- Episode #5.29 (1970) ... Himself
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 2010 ESPN Friday Night Fights (TV Series)
- Episode dated 7 May 2010 (2010) ... Himself

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5' 11" (1.8 m)

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World junior middleweight champion, 1965-1966. See more »


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