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Salvatore Giuliano ()


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The unclear and complicated twists between governal powers, independentist party and Mafia in the Sicily of the '40s culminate with the death of Salvatore Giuliano.

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President of Viterbo Assize Court
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Gaspare Pisciotta
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Pippo Agusta ...
Minor Role (uncredited)
Sennuccio Benelli ...
Reporter (uncredited)
Giuseppe Calandra ...
Minor Official (uncredited)
Pietro Cammarata ...
Salvatore Giuliano (uncredited)
Max Cartier ...
Francesco (uncredited)
Nando Cicero ...
Bandit (uncredited)
Pietro Franzone ...
Seperatist (uncredited)
Giovanni Gallina ...
Bit Part (uncredited)
Vincenzo Norvese ...
Bit Part (uncredited)
Renato Pinciroli ...
Pinciroli (uncredited)
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Narrator (uncredited) (voice)
Mno Sorgi ...
Bit Part (uncredited)
Giuseppe Teti ...
Priest of Montelepre (uncredited)
Cosimo Torino ...
Frank Mannino (uncredited)
Ugo Torrente ...
Bit Part (uncredited)
Bruno Ukmar ...
Spy (uncredited)
Frederico Zardi ...
Pisciotta's Defense Counsel (uncredited)

Directed by

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Francesco Rosi

Written by

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Francesco Rosi ... (screenplay) and
Suso Cecchi D'Amico ... (screenplay) and
Enzo Provenzale ... (screenplay)
 
Franco Solinas ... ()

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Franco Cristaldi ... producer

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Piero Piccioni

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Gianni Di Venanzo

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Mario Serandrei

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Sergio Canevari
Carlo Egidi

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Sergio Canevari
Carlo Egidi

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Marilù Carteny

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Luciano Cattania ... production supervisor
Aldo Pace ... production supervisor
Enzo Provenzale ... production manager
Bruno Sassaroli ... production supervisor

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Nando Cicero ... assistant director
Franco Indovina ... assistant director
Roberto Pariante ... assistant director

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Claudio Maielli ... sound (as Claudio Majelli)

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Pasqualino De Santis ... camera operator (as Pasquale De Santis)

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Lamberto Pippia ... production secretary
Ennio Balbo ... voice dubbing (uncredited)
Lando Buzzanca ... voice dubbing (uncredited)
Pino Caruso ... voice dubbing (uncredited)
Mario Colli ... voice dubbing (uncredited)
Pino Ferrara ... voice dubbing (uncredited)
Turi Ferro ... voice dubbing: Frank Wolff (uncredited)
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Plot Summary

In 1950, 28-year-old outlaw Salvatore Giuliano is found gunned down in a Sicilian courtyard. Little is as it seems. The film moves back and forth between the late 1940s, when Giuliano and other reprobates were recruited by separatist politicians to do their fighting, and the days leading up to and following Giuliano's death. After Sicily's self-rule is declared, will the outlaws be pardoned as promised? And why does Giuliano order his gang to fire on a peaceful May Day rally? Police, Carabinieri, and Mafia have their uses for him. There's a trial after his death: will the truth come out or does the code of silence help protect those in power? Written by

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Also Known As
  • Sicilia 1943-60 (Italy)
  • Black Fog in Sicily (Japan, English title)
  • Salvatore Guiliano - banditen (Sweden)
  • Салваторе Джулиано (Bulgaria, Bulgarian title)
  • シシリーの黒い霧 (Japan, Japanese title)
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  • 123 min
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Trivia Martin Scorsese credits this film as being one of his many inspirational sources for the look and style of his Taxi Driver (1976). See more »
Goofs When his mother comes to view and identify his corpse, Salvatore's stomach clearly moves as the actor struggles to control his breathing. See more »
Movie Connections Edited into Secret Dossier of the Mafia (1970). See more »

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