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Natalino Otto (1912–1969)

Natalino Otto was a great singer in Italy from 1940 to 1962 (when he retired). Jazz has always been his musical inspiration, as a matter of fact, after a long stay in New York from 1932 to 1935, he brought "Swing and Jazz" Music to Italy where he started to perform singing with Gorni Kramer's Great Orchestra. From 1950 he became a musical ... See full bio »

Died:

(age 56) in Milan, Italy

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Known For

La casa senza tempo
La casa senza tempo Il cantante
(1945)
Tutta la città canta
Tutta la città canta Il cantante
(1945)

Filmography

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 2013/II The Butcher (Short) (performer: "Perduto Amore (In cerca di te)", "Mamma Voglio Anch'io la Fidanzata")
 2009 Soul Kitchen (performer: "La Paloma")
 2003 I Am David (performer: "Ritmo Senti Che Ritmo" - as Nadalino Otto) / (writer: "Ritmo Senti Che Ritmo" - as Natale Codognotto)
 1995 Campet (writer: "Voglio Scoprir L'America" - as Otto)
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 1954 Settenote (TV Series)
Himself
- Episode dated 29 March 1954 (1954) ... Himself
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Personal Details

Other Works:

Music Publisher from 1950 and Music Producer from 1960 to 1969.

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Trivia:

March 1, 1949, he recorded the first Italian version of the French song "C'est si bon" which was written in 1947 by Henri Betti (music) and André Hornez (lyrics). The Italian lyrics were written by Nino Rastelli and the title song became "Tutto è bello". The song was recorded with Luciano Zuccheri and his Orchestra.

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