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Piero Regnoli (1921–2001)

Piero Regnoli was born in 1921 in Rome, Lazio, Italy. He was a writer and director, known for Lust of the Vampire (1957), Burial Ground: The Nights of Terror (1981) and Nightmare City (1980). He died in 2001 in Rome. See full bio »


(age 80) in Rome, Lazio, Italy

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Known For

Lust of the Vampire
Nightmare City
Navajo Joe
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  Nightmare City (1980 screenplay) (announced)
 1994 La ragazza di Cortina (screenplay)
 1991 Voices from Beyond (screenplay - as Pietro Regnoli)
 1990 Demonia (screenplay - as Pietro Regnoli)
 1990 Sapore di morte (as Pietro Regnoli)
 1989 Il giustiziere del Bronx (writer)
 1987 Penombra
 1986 Giuro che ti amo (screenplay)
 1986 Una storia ambigua (screenplay)
 1986 Senza vergogna (story)
 1986 Fotoromanzo
 1985 Morbosamente vostra (screenplay) / (story)
 1984 Maladonna
 1984 Malombra
 1983 La discoteca (writer)
 1983 Laura... a 16 anni mi dicesti sì (screenplay)
 1983 Giochi carnali (writer)
 1982 Giuramento (screenplay)
 1982 Sangraal, la spada di fuoco (screenplay)
 1982 Gunan, King of the Barbarians (screenplay - as Peter Lombard) / (story - as Peter Lombard)
 1982 La bimba di Satana (screenplay)
 1981 Carcerato (story and screenplay)
 1980 La tua vita per mio figlio (screenplay - as Pietro Regnoli)
 1980 Zappatore
 1980 Patrick Still Lives (screenplay)
 1980 Il viziaccio
 1979 Lo scugnizzo (screenplay)
 1979 Savana violenza carnale (writer)
 1979 Malabimba (screenplay)
 1979 Supersexymarket (screenplay)
 1979 Il mammasantissima (screenplay)
 1978 L'ultimo guappo (screenplay)
 1978 Napoli serenata calibro 9 (screenplay)
 1978 Obscene Desire (screenplay)
 1978 Malabestia (writer)
 1977 Caligula's Hot Nights (screenplay) / (story)
 1977 Cara dolce nipote (as Pietro Regnoli)
 1977 L'amantide (screenplay)
 1976 Sorbole... che romagnola (story and screenplay)
 1976 L'adolescente
 1976 Un toro da monta (screenplay)
 1975 Blue Jeans
 1975 La bolognese
 1975 La collegiale
 1975 Le dolci zie
 1975 Season for Assassins (written by)
 1975 Lo stallone (screenplay) / (story)
 1975 White Fang and the Gold Diggers (screenplay)
 1975 L'educanda
 1975 La cognatina
 1974 Verginità (screenplay)
 1974 La minorenne (writer)
 1974 Cry of a Prostitute (screenplay)
 1973 Tecnica di un amore (screenplay) / (story)
 1973 White Fang (writer)
 1973 Elena si, ma.... di Troia (writer)
 1972 I leoni di Pietroburgo (story and screenplay - as Dean Craig)
 1971 Ivanhoe, the Norman Swordsman (screenplay) / (story)
 1970 La lunga notte dei disertori - I 7 di Marsa Matruh (written by - as Dean Craig)
 1969 Il dito nella piaga (screenplay)
 1969 Gangster's Law (screenplay)
 1969 La porta del cannone (writer)
 1969 The Seven Red Berets (writer)
 1969 Law of Violence (story)
 1969 Psychout for Murder (writer)
 1967 Matchless (as Dean Craig)
 1967 3 pistole contro Cesare (as Dean Craig)
 1966 Navajo Joe (screenplay - as Dean Craig)
 1966 The Hills Run Red (as Mario Pierotti)
 1966 The Third Eye (as Dean Craig)
 1964 Appuntamento a Dallas (as Dean Craig)
 1964 Samson in King Solomon's Mines (screenplay)
 1960 The Playgirls and the Vampire (story and screenplay)
 1957 Lust of the Vampire (screenplay) / (story)
 1953 Non è mai troppo tardi (writer)
 1952 Bellezze in moto-scooter (screenplay)
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Alternate Names:

Martin Andrews | Dean Craig | Peter Lombard | Mario Pierotti | Pietro Regnoli

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