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Cemetery Man ()

Dellamorte Dellamore (original title)
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A cemetery man must kill the dead a second time when they become zombies.

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Francesco Dellamorte
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Gnaghi
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She
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Marshall Straniero
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Valentina Scanarotti
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Doctor Verseci
Katja Anton ...
Claudio's Girlfriend
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Magda
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Franco
Pietro Genuardi ...
New Mayor Civardi
Patrizia Punzo ...
Claudio's Mother
Stefano Masciarelli ...
Mayor Scanarotti
Vito Passeri ...
1st Returner
Alessandro Zamattio ...
Claudio
Renato Donis ...
She's Husband
Claudia Lawrence ...
Miss Chiaromondo
Francesca Gamba ...
Hospital Nurse
Elio Cesari ...
Monk
Maurizio Romoli ...
Hospital Doctor
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Franco's Nurse
Elena Fresco ...
Hospital Sister (as Mariaelena Fresu)
Marijn Koopman
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Andrea De Sica ...
Young zombie (uncredited)
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Man in City Square (uncredited)

Directed by

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Michele Soavi

Written by

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Tiziano Sclavi ... (novel)
 
Gianni Romoli ... (screenplay) (as Giovanni Romoli)

Produced by

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Conchita Airoldi ... co-producer / executive producer
Heinz Bibo ... producer
Tilde Corsi ... producer
Dino Di Dionisio ... co-producer / executive producer
Michèle Ray-Gavras ... executive producer
Gianni Romoli ... producer (as Giovanni Romoli)
Michele Soavi ... producer

Music by

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Riccardo Biseo
Manuel De Sica

Cinematography by

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Mauro Marchetti

Film Editing by

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Franco Fraticelli

Editorial Department

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Julie Gavras ... post-production
Roberto Priori ... assistant editor

Production Design by

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Massimo Antonello Geleng

Set Decoration by

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Roberto Caruso

Costume Design by

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Alfonsina Lettieri
Maurizio Millenotti

Makeup Department

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Daniel Auber ... assistant makeup artist (as Daniele Auber)
Maria Teresa Corridoni ... chief hair stylist
Enrico Iacoponi ... makeup artist
Marijn Koopman ... assistant makeup artist
Barbara Morosetti ... assistant makeup artist
Francesco Motolese ... assistant makeup artist
Sabrina Ranalli ... hair stylist
Sergio Stivaletti ... makeup artist
Gino Zamprioli ... key makeup artist

Production Management

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Carla Bernardin ... unit manager

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Julie Gavras ... assistant director
Enrico Grassi ... first assistant director
Francesca Marra ... assistant director

Art Department

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Roberto Angelini ... sculptor
Sebastiano De Caro ... property master
Tommaso Dubla ... set painter
Umberto Fantina ... carpenter
Maurizio Garrone ... assistant production designer
Sergio Grassi ... property master
Osvaldo Monaco ... property master
Caterina Napoleone ... assistant production designer
Marina Pinzuti Ansolini ... set dresser
Dionisio Rossi ... sculptor

Sound Department

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Massimo Anzellotti ... sound effects editor
Roberto Cappannelli ... sound dubbing mixer
Andrea Dallimonti ... sound recordist
Alessandro Peticca ... sound editor (as Sandro Peticca)
Alfredo Petti ... boom operator
Angelo Raguseo ... re-recording mixer
Frank von Kuegelgen ... adr editor

Special Effects by

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Daniel Auber ... special effects assistant (as Daniele Auber)
Maurizio Corridori ... special effects
Massimo Cristofanelli ... special effects
Marijn Koopman ... special effects assistant
Barbara Morosetti ... special effects assistant
Francesco Motolese ... special effects assistant
Sergio Stivaletti ... special effects designer

Visual Effects by

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Francesca R. Di Nunzio ... ossuary designer
Sergio Stivaletti ... ossuary designer

Stunts

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Valerio Colombaioni ... stunts
Fabio Romanielo ... stunts
Mauro Romanielo ... stunts
Pamela Vitali ... stunts
David Zamperla ... stunts
Mirko Zamperla ... stunts
Nazzareno Zamperla ... stunt coordinator (as Neno Zamperla)
Rinaldo Zamperla ... stunts

Camera and Electrical Department

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Alessandro Bolognesi ... steadicam operator
Domenico Caponecchi ... grip
Romolo Eucalitto ... still photographer
Stefano Falivene ... focus puller
Claudio Frollano ... electrician
Luciano Giusepponi ... key grip
Roberto Luzi ... camera operator
Marco Massaccesi ... electrician
Cesare Pascarella ... grip
Marco Pieroni ... steadicam operator
Giovanni Piperno ... camera loader
Otello Simotti ... generator operator
Claudio Verdenelli ... gaffer
Daniele Verdenelli ... electrician

Casting Department

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Ofelia Garcia ... casting: children

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Giovanni Casalnuovo ... assistant costume designer
Monica Ricci ... costume assistant
Maria Spigarelli ... wardrobe mistress
Maura Zuccherofino ... wardrobe mistress

Other crew

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Renato Agostini ... set technician
Guido Airoldi ... paymaster
Mino Caprio ... voice dubbing: Clive Riche
Chiara Colizzi ... voice dubbing: Anna Falchi
Barbara De Bortoli ... voice dubbing: Katja Anton
Giordano Esposito ... production assistant
Renata Franceschi ... continuity
Alessandra Guerra ... cutting room assistant
Laura Lenghi ... voice dubbing: Fabiana Formica
Paolo Lombardi ... voice dubbing: François Hadji-Lazaro
Angelo Maggi ... voice dubbing: Anton Alexander
Anna Orieti ... production accountant
Roberto Pedicini ... voice dubbing: Rupert Everett
Barbara Petrelli ... production secretary
Claudio Quaglietti ... set technician
William Quarshie ... dialogue director
Piero Tiberi ... voice dubbing: Mickey Knox
Frank von Kuegelgen ... adr director
Emilio Zaccaria ... production assistant
Robert Schlockoff ... press attache: France (uncredited)

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Storyline

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Plot Summary

This movie is based on a novel of Tiziano Sclavi, and it always reflects the "sclavian philosophy" diffused by the most succesful comics in Italy: Dylan Dog, the detective of the nightmare. There is the duality between love and dead (in Italian "dellamore" means "of love" and "dellamorte" means "of death"), a duality that Dellamorte feels in a really hard way. He is the guardian of the cemetery of Buffalora, a little town in the north of Italy, in which, we don't know why, corpses rise from tombs and Dellamorte has to destroy them. Dellamorte seems not to ask to himself why this happen, he shoots and loves. But at the end he wants to leave Buffalora... Written by Bruno Iannazzo

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Taglines Zombies, guns, and sex, OH MY!!! See more »
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Also Known As
  • Zombie Graveyard (Germany)
  • Cemetery Man (United States)
  • Of Death, of Love (World-wide, English title)
  • Mi novia es un zombie (Spain)
  • Гробарят (Bulgaria, Bulgarian title)
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Runtime
  • 105 min
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Budget $4,000,000 (estimated)

Did You Know?

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Trivia The ossuary (a crypt for bones) that was used in the film was quite real. Supposedly one of the crew members removed some of the bones from the ossuary during filming, but quickly replaced them the next day claiming to have encountered an angry ghost following the removal of the bones. See more »
Goofs The wires on the firelights are visible. See more »
Movie Connections Edited into Cent une tueries de zombies (2012). See more »
Soundtracks Hellraiser See more »
Quotes Francesco Dellamorte: Death, death, death comes sweeping down, filthy death the leering clown, death on wings, death by surprise, failing evil from worldly eyes, death that spawns as life succumbs, while death and love, two kindred drums, beat the time till judgement day, an actor in a passion play, without beginning, without end, evermore, amen.
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