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1. John Carradine John Carradine Actor, The Grapes of Wrath John Carradine, the son of a reporter/artist and a surgeon, grew up in Poughkeepsie, New York. He attended Christ Church School and Graphic Art School, studying sculpture, and afterward roamed the South selling sketches. He made his acting debut in "Camille" in a New Orleans theatre in 1925. Arriving in Los Angeles in 1927...
2. Rosanna Schiaffino Rosanna Schiaffino Actress, Ro.Go.Pa.G.
3. Teresa Ann Savoy Teresa Ann Savoy Actress, Caligula
4. Luigi Pistilli Luigi Pistilli Actor, The Good, the Bad and the Ugly Luisi Pistilli's most notable stage successes were roles in "The Threepenny Opera", "St. Joan of the Stockyards" and a 1972 production, "Lulu". In 1991 he reprised his role in "Lulu" in the first professional collaboration with actress-singer Milva, his partner in previous plays as well as in a four-year offstage relationship...
5. Giuseppe Verdi Giuseppe Verdi Soundtrack, Django Unchained Giuseppe Verdi was born Giuseppe Fortunino Francesco Verdi on October 10, 1813, in Le Roncole di Busseto, Parma, Italy. His parents were landowners and innkeepers. Young Verdi received his first organ lessons at the age of 7. He studied composition privately with Ferdinando Provesi in Busseto. At age 20 he moved to Milan to continue his studies...
6. Walter Chiari Walter Chiari Actor, Bellissima
7. Umberto Eco Umberto Eco Writer, The Name of the Rose He is a professor of semiotics, the study of communication through signs and symbols, at the University of Bologna. Also a philiosopher, a historian, literary critic, and an aesthetician. He is an avid book collector and owns more than 30,000 volumes. The subjects of his scholarly investigations range from St. Thomas Aquinas, to James Joyce, to Superman. He lives in Milan.
8. Jackie Basehart Jackie Basehart Actor, The Inglorious Bastards
9. Vittorio Mezzogiorno Vittorio Mezzogiorno Actor, Cerro Torre: Schrei aus Stein
10. Margareta von Krauss Margareta von Krauss Actress, Elvis and Marilyn
11. Aldo Silvani Aldo Silvani Actor, La Strada
12. Riccardo Garrone Riccardo Garrone Actor, La Dolce Vita
13. Cesare Canevari Cesare Canevari Director, L'ultima orgia del III Reich
14. Luisa Ferida Luisa Ferida Actress, La corona di ferro Luisa Ferida started as a stage actress and first appeared in films with La Freccia d'oro (1935) in a supporting role but because of her photogenic looks and talent as an actress, she soon graduated to leading parts at the end of the thirties. In 1939, whilst working on An Adventure of Salvator Rosa directed by the celebrated Alessandro Blasetti...
15. Pina Menichelli Pina Menichelli Actress, Il fuoco (la favilla - la vampa - la cenere)
16. Sandra Ravel Sandra Ravel Actress, The Distant Voice
17. Dino Buzzati Dino Buzzati Writer, Il deserto dei tartari Born in 1906, Dino Buzzati was the second of his Venetian parents' 4 children. In 1917, a year after Buzzati started to study at the Parini school in Milan, Austrians occupied his family's villa, which was partly destroyed after that. After the end of the war, Buzzati's father, Giulio Cesare Buzzati died in 1920...
18. Gino Bramieri Gino Bramieri Actor, Per amore di Cesarina
19. Harry Hutchinson Harry Hutchinson Actor, Juno and the Paycock
20. Nicola Salerno Nicola Salerno Soundtrack, The Talented Mr. Ripley
21. Dario Fo Dario Fo Writer, Johan Padan a la descoverta de le Americhe
22. Maria Cumani Quasimodo Maria Cumani Quasimodo Actress, Turn the Other Cheek
23. Franco Corelli Franco Corelli Actor, The Killing Fields
24. Roberto Risso Roberto Risso Actor, Bread, Love and Dreams
25. Fabrizio De Andrè Fabrizio De Andrè Soundtrack, Palermo Shooting
26. Carlo Ninchi Carlo Ninchi Actor, Two Women
27. Luca Comerio Luca Comerio Producer, La presa di Zuara
28. Giacinto Prandelli Giacinto Prandelli Actor, Giovanna d'Arco al rogo
29. Cecilia Sacchi Cecilia Sacchi Actress, Hors saison
30. Adriano Micantoni Adriano Micantoni Actor, L'ultima orgia del III Reich
31. Lucilla Morlacchi Lucilla Morlacchi Actress, The Leopard Had it not been for "Il gattopardo", Luchino Visconti's 1963 masterpiece, Lucilla Marlocchi's career in the cinema would have been negligible. But as Concetta, Prince's Salina's sensitive but unhappy daughter, she proved how good she could be. Unfortunately for film lovers that was to be only a flash in the pan...
32. Giuseppe Bennati Giuseppe Bennati Writer, La mina
33. Gianluigi Braschi Gianluigi Braschi Producer, Life Is Beautiful Producer of such films as Life Is Beautiful (1997), Pinocchio (2002) and The Tiger and the Snow (2005)), Gianluigi Braschi was born in Cesena, Italy. In 1994 he co-founded the production company Melampo with his sister, actress Nicoletta Braschi and his brother-in-law, filmmaker Roberto Benigni. Gianluigi Braschi died in Milan, Italy on October 23, 2008 at age 45.
34. Renzo Palmer Renzo Palmer Actor, Danger: Diabolik
35. Roberto Gavioli Roberto Gavioli Director, The Magic Bird
36. Franca Sozzani Franca Sozzani Self, Diana Vreeland: The Eye Has to Travel
37. Vinnie De Carlo Vinnie De Carlo Actor, The Wanderers
38. Loretta Di Lelio Loretta Di Lelio Actress, Elixir of Love
39. Indro Montanelli Indro Montanelli Writer, General Della Rovere
40. Marcello Tusco Marcello Tusco Actor, Revenge of the Dead
41. Amilcare Ponchielli Amilcare Ponchielli Soundtrack, Fantasia
42. Lorenzo Mongiardino Lorenzo Mongiardino Production Designer, Romeo and Juliet Roomscapes is his accounting of a life spent designing the interiors of houses and castles of the rich and famous. The lessons he learned and his insights,which he shares, are a of fountain of knowledge for interior designers today. In Architectural Digest he 2011 he was chosen as one of the 100 Best Interior Designers of All Time...
43. Ronnie Peterson Ronnie Peterson Self, O Fabuloso Fittipaldi Ronnie Peterson was probably the most famous and most successful Swede ever to race in F1. He started his F1 career in 1970, driving for March, before moving to Lotus in 1973. In 1973 and 1974, he won 7 Grands Prix, and finished third and fifth in the championship respectively. Moving back to March in 1976...
44. Piero De Bernardi Piero De Bernardi Writer, Once Upon a Time in America
45. Maria Tedeschi Maria Tedeschi Actress, The Name of the Rose
46. Enzo Jannacci Enzo Jannacci Actor, L'udienza
47. Giorgio Scerbanenco Giorgio Scerbanenco Writer, Outrage
48. Giulio Bosetti Giulio Bosetti Actor, Il divo - La spettacolare vita di Giulio Andreotti Giulio Bosetti (26 December 1930 in Bergamo - 24 December 2009 in Milan) was an Italian actor and director. Giulio Bosetti appeared in film, on television and on stage over 30 times. In 1972, he narrated the television special "La vita di Leonardo da Vinci". The biography succeeded in winning a Golden Globe for Best TV Special...
49. Alessandro Manzoni Alessandro Manzoni Writer, La colonna infame Alessandro Manzoni is one of Italy's most famous writer. His historical novel, I promessi sposi (The Betrothed), is one of the first written in Italy, somehow influenced by Walter Scott. He wrote three different versions of the novel, and for each he improved the use of the language in order to find a form that would not be too local, thus he is considered one of the fathers of modern Italian.
50. Ernesto Calindri Ernesto Calindri Actor, Scacco matto
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