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Alberto Lattuada (1914–2005)

Alberto Lattuada was born on November 13, 1914 in Milan, Lombardy, Italy. He was a writer and director, known for Variety Lights (1950), The Bandit (1946) and Christopher Columbus (1985). He was married to Carla Del Poggio. He died on July 3, 2005 in Rome, Lazio, Italy. See full bio »

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(age 90) in Rome, Lazio, Italy

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 2005 The Fine Art of Love: Mine Ha-Ha (original screenplay)
 1989 Mano rubata (TV Movie) (screenplay)
 1988 Due fratelli (TV Mini-Series) (screenplay)
 1986 Una spina nel cuore (screenplay)
 1985 Christopher Columbus (TV Mini-Series)
 1980 The Cricket
 1979 Il corpo della ragassa (writer)
 1978 Stay as You Are (screenplay)
 1976 Oh, Serafina!
 1976 Dog's Heart
 1974 Bambina
 1973 Sono stato io! (writer)
 1972 The Sin
 1970 Come Have Coffee with Us (screenplay)
 1969 L'amica (writer)
 1969 Fraulein Doktor (writer)
 1967 Matchless
 1965 La mandragola (screenplay)
 1962 La steppa
 1961 Unexpected
 1960 Sweet Deceptions (screenplay) / (story)
 1958 Tempest (screenplay)
 1957 Guendalina
 1954 Scuola elementare (story & screenplay)
 1954 Riviera
 1953 Love in the City (segment "Italiani si voltano, Gli")
 1953 She Wolf (screenplay)
 1952 The Overcoat (adaptation and screenplay)
 1950 Variety Lights (screenplay)
 1950 Miss Italia (idea)
 1949 The Mill on the Po (adaptation - as Lattuada)
 1948 Without Pity (screenplay)
 1947 Flesh Will Surrender (screenplay)
 1946 The Bandit (screenplay - as A. Lattuada) / (story)
 1945 La freccia nel fianco (dialogue - uncredited) / (screenplay)
 1943 Giacomo the Idealist (screenplay)
 1942 Yes, Madam (adaptation)
 1941 Piccolo mondo antico (adaptation and screenplay)
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Italian neo-realist film director and fully qualified architect. Co-founded the first film library in Italy, prior to working as an assistant to Mario Soldati. As director in his own right became noted for visual style. His subjects were often satirical, directed against socio-political hipocrisy. See more »

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