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Maria Antonietta Beluzzi (1930–1997)


Maria Antonietta Beluzzi was born on July 26, 1930 in Bologna, Italy. She was an actress, known for I Remember (1973), The Last Concert (1976) and La vita provvisoria (1963). She died on August 6, 1997 in Bologna, Emilia-Romagna, Italy. See full bio »

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Known For

I Remember Tobacconist
(1973)
The Last Concert Simone, l'affitacamere
(1976)
(1963)
What's Your Sign? Maria Vincenzoni 'King Kong'
(1975)

Filmography

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 1978 L'inquilina del piano di sopra
Evelina De Vitis
 1976 Per amore di Cesarina
Wife of Luigi
 1976 The Last Concert
Simone, l'affitacamere (as Maria Antonietta)
 1975 Il giustiziere di mezzogiorno
Signorina Barzuacchi
 1975 What's Your Sign?
Maria Vincenzoni 'King Kong'
 1974 Ante Up
Mamma Rosa
 1974 Erotomania
Gertrude
 1973 I Remember
Tobacconist
 1963 La vita provvisoria
Beatrice (as Antonietta Beluzzi)
 1963
Una delle Saraghine (uncredited)
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Personal Details

Alternate Names:

Maria Antonietta | Antonietta Beluzzi
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Trivia:

Fellini based one of the most humorous scenes of I Remember (1973) on Beluzzi's huge bosom.

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