Gorassini, Annie


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Re: Gorassini, Annie

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Il gaucho (1964) credited, as Maria
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Le sette vipere (1964) credited, as Mitu
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Re: Gorassini, Annie

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Le tardone (1964) credited, as Miss Alberti, in the segment "L'armadio"
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Gli amanti latini (1965) credited, as The French girl, in the segment "Amore e morte"
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Re: Gorassini, Annie

Post by PeplumParadise » 03/01/2022, 20:59

Questo pazzo, pazzo mondo della canzone (1965) as Mysterious girl.

Annie's appearance here is the 60's equivalent of being a guest star in a music video.
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Re: Gorassini, Annie

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Veneri al sole (1965) credited, as Silvana, in the segment "Come conquistare le donne"
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El rojo (1966) credited, as Flo
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Re: Gorassini, Annie

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La notte pazza del conigliaccio (1967) as Girl in the street
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Re: Gorassini, Annie

Post by PeplumParadise » 03/01/2022, 21:36

Diabolik (1968) credited, as Rose.

This was Annie's last known appearance in a feature film.
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Re: Gorassini, Annie

Post by PeplumParadise » 03/01/2022, 21:48

After retiring from acting, Annie tried her hand at songwriting. It appears she had 2 songs that were recorded, one of which was the theme song for Per grazia ricevuta (1971), where she has a credit as "A. Gorassini" as co-composer.
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Her other recorded composition was a children's song titled "Cin Cin Pon Pon", released in 1972
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An article about Annie's switch in career appeared in Radiocorriere in 1971.
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