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Fred Buscaglione (1921–1960)

Turin-born Ferdinando Buscaglione (nicknamed Fred) had musical talent since childhood. He was a professional musician in and around Turin while still in his teens, playing several different instruments in nightclubs around the city. World War II interrupted his musical career, but he eventually joined the Allied Radio Orchestra based on the island... See full bio »

Died:

(age 38) in Rome, Lazio, Italy

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 2013 Ida (music: "Milosc w Portofino")
 2010 Letters to Juliet (performer: "Guarda Che Luna")
 2003 Sexo con amor (performer: "Eri Piccola Cosi")
 1959 Poveri milionari (performer: "Amare un'altra")
 1959 Ragazzi del Juke-Box (performer: "Sofisticata", "Il dritto di Chicago", "Bambole d'Italia")
 1959 I ladri (performer: "Che notte")
 1959 Noi siamo due evasi (performer: "Siamo gli evasi", "Criminalmente bello") / (writer: "Siamo gli evasi", "Criminalmente bello")
 1959 Guardatele ma non toccatele (performer: "Whisky facile", "Eri piccola così")
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 1960 Noi duri
Fred Bombardone
 1959 Ragazzi del Juke-Box
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 1959 Poveri milionari
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 1959 La cento chilometri
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 1959 I ladri
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 1959 Noi siamo due evasi
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 2010 1960 (Documentary)
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Trivia:

A songwriter and an unconventional singer. His songs, probably inspired by the "tough men" of Mickey Spillane's novels, were humorous imitations of mob slang. See more »

Star Sign:

Sagittarius

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