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Brunello Rondi (1924–1989)

Brunello Rondi was born on November 26, 1924 in Tirano, Lombardy, Italy. He was a writer and director, known for (1963), La Dolce Vita (1960) and Fellini - Satyricon (1969). He died on November 7, 1989 in Rome, Lazio, Italy. See full bio »


(age 64) in Rome, Lazio, Italy

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Nominated for 2 Oscars. Another 2 wins & 2 nominations. See more awards »

Known For

La Dolce Vita
La Dolce Vita Writer
Fellini - Satyricon
Juliet of the Spirits


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 1988 Pigmalione 88 (story and additional screenplay)
 1982 La voce (original screenplay)
 1980 City of Women (screenplay collaborator)
 1978 Orchestra Rehearsal (writer)
 1976 Velluto nero
 1976 I prosseneti
 1973 Ingrid sulla strada (writer)
 1973 Tecnica di un amore (screenplay)
 1969 Scacco alla regina (screenplay)
 1969 Le sorelle
 1969 Fellini - Satyricon (additional screenplay)
 1968 Run, Psycho, Run (writer)
 1968 A Place for Lovers (story)
 1967 Arabella
 1965 Juliet of the Spirits (screenplay)
 1963 Il demonio (screenplay) / (story)
 1963 (screenplay)
 1962 Una vita violenta (screenplay)
 1962 Boccaccio '70 (segment "Le tentazioni del dottor Antonio", as B. Rondi)
 1960 La Dolce Vita (contributing writer)
 1952 Times Gone By (screenplay)
 1952 Europe '51 (written by)
 1950 Francesco, giullare di Dio (uncredited)
 1947 Ultimo amore (screenplay)
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Personal Details

Alternate Names:

Brunello Gay | B. Rondi

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Brother of Gian Luigi Rondi.

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