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Giuliani G. De Negri (1921–1992)

Giuliani G. De Negri was born in 1921 in Genoa, Liguria, Italy as Gaetano De Negri. He was a producer and writer, known for The Night of the Shooting Stars (1982), Kaos (1984) and Attention! Bandits! (1951). He died on May 18, 1992 in Rome, Lazio, Italy. See full bio »


(age 71) in Rome, Lazio, Italy

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Kaos Producer
The Reckless Producer


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 1990 Dicembre (producer)
 1990 Night Sun (producer)
 1987 Good Morning Babylon (producer)
 1985 My Dearest Son (producer)
 1984 Kaos (producer)
 1980 Men or Not Men (producer)
 1979 Il prato (producer)
 1977 Padre Padrone (producer)
 1974 Allonsanfan (producer)
 1974 Fischia il sesso (producer)
 1972 The Assassination (producer)
 1972 San Michele aveva un gallo (producer)
 1971 La Sostituzione (TV Movie) (executive producer)
 1970 Corbari (producer)
 1969 Sotto il segno dello scorpione (producer)
 1969 I dannati della Terra (producer)
 1967 I sovversivi (producer)
 1965 The Reckless (producer)
 1963 Outlaws of Love (producer)
 1962 Un uomo da bruciare (producer - as G. De Negri)
 1961 Gold of Rome (producer - as G. De Negri)
 1951 Attention! Bandits! (executive producer - as Giuliani)
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Alternate Names:

G. De Negri | Giuliani G. Di Negri | Giuliani

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The name 'Giuliani' is the "nom de guerre" which he assumed when he was a partisan fighting against the Nazis in the Second World War. His real Christian name, Gaetano, is represented by the dotted G.

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