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Marino Girolami (1914–1994)

Marino Girolami was born on February 1, 1914 in Rome, Lazio, Italy. He was a director and writer, known for Lover Boy (1975), Zombie Holocaust (1980) and My Friend, Dr. Jekyll (1960). He died on February 20, 1994 in Rome. See full bio »


(age 80) in Rome, Lazio, Italy

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Lover Boy
Lover Boy Director
Zombie Holocaust
Zombie Holocaust Director
My Friend, Dr. Jekyll


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 1980 Zombie Holocaust (as Frank Martin)
 1980 Flying Sex (as Frank Martin)
 1979 Dove vai se il vizietto non ce l'hai? (as Franco Martinelli)
 1978 Nude Odeon (as Franco Martinelli)
 1977 Kakkientruppen (as Franco Martinelli)
 1976 Italia a mano armata (as Franco Martinelli)
 1976 Rome: The Other Side of Violence (as Franco Martinelli)
 1975 Lo sgarbo (as Charles Ramoulian)
 1975 Violent City (as Franco Martinelli)
 1975 Lover Boy (as Franco Martinelli)
 1974 4 marmittoni alle grandi manovre (as Franco Martinelli)
 1973 Maria Rosa la guardona (as Franco Martinelli)
 1971 African Story (as Fred Wilson)
 1969 Eros e Thanatos (as Jean Bastide)
 1968 God Was in the West, Too, at One Time (as Dario Silvestri)
 1967 2 RRRingos no Texas (as Frank Martin)
 1966 7 monaci d'oro (as Bernardo Rossi)
 1964 Bullets and the Flesh (as Fred Wilson)
 1964 Le tardone
 1953 Canto per te
 1953 Riscatto
 1952 We Two Alone
 1950 La strada buia (uncredited)
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Jean Bastide | Frank Martin | Franco Martinelli | Charles Ramoulian | Bernardo Rossi | Dario Silvestri | Fred Wilson

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