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Guido Brignone (1886–1959)

Guido Brignone was born on December 6, 1886 in Milan, Lombardy, Italy. He was a director and writer, known for Sheba and the Gladiator (1959), Maciste nella gabbia dei leoni (1926) and Tears of Blood (1944). He was married to Lola Visconti-Brignone. He died on March 6, 1959 in Rome, Lazio, Italy. See full bio »

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(age 72) in Rome, Lazio, Italy

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 1953 Ivan
 1953 Noi peccatori
 1953 Bufere
 1952 Inganno
 1949 The Holy Nun
 1948 Giudicatemi! (supervising director)
 1942 The Gorgon
 1942 Broken Love
 1942 Turbamento
 1941 Mother
 1940 Kean
 1938 For Men Only
 1938 The Ancestor
 1937 Marcella
 1936 To Live
 1934 Oggi sposi
 1934 Tenebre
 1932 Paradiso
 1932 La Wally
 1932 Pergolesi
 1931 Rubacuori
 1929 Hingabe
 1921 Fiamma nera
 1919 Mademoiselle se maquille (Short)
 1918 Il salice piangente (Short)
 1918 Natacha
 1917 Pimprinette
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Brother of actress Mercedes Brignone See more »

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