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Paolo Bianchini

Paolo Bianchini is a director and assistant director, known for La grande quercia (1997), Our Men in Bagdad (1966) and Società a responsabilità molto limitata (1973). He was previously married to Susan Kaszner Worth. See full bio »

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Known For

La grande quercia
(1997)
Our Men in Bagdad
(1966)
Massacre Mania
Massacre Mania Director
(1967)

Filmography

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 2009 Mal'aria (TV Movie)
 2008 Codice Aurora (TV Movie)
 2005 Il bambino sull'acqua (TV Movie)
 2004 Posso chiamarti amore? (TV Movie)
 2004 Vite a perdere (TV Movie)
 2003 L'uomo del vento (TV Movie)
 1984 L'addio a Enrico Berlinguer (Documentary)
 1970 Hey Amigo! A Toast to Your Death (as Paul Maxwell)
 1968 Superargo and the Faceless Giants (as Paul Maxwell)
 1967 Massacre Mania (as Paul Maxwell)
 1967 The Devil's Man (as Paul Maxwell)
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Paul Maxwell

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