Quick Identifications

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Quick identifications
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Re: Quick Identifications

Post by PeplumParadise » 19/09/2020, 16:20

van den bremt rudy wrote:
19/09/2020, 16:04
Only seen in this shot in Un minuto per pregare, un istante per morire (1968), Pietro Torrisi
as one of the sheriff's men in pursuit (seen for a second or two - uncredited)
this time i think it's him

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Yes, that's him

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Post by Johan Melle » 19/09/2020, 18:25

van den bremt rudy wrote:
19/09/2020, 14:51
This must be Pietro Torrisi in Troppo per vivere...poco per morire (1967) ?
here with blond hair !
is it him ?
That's Gino Turini.

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Re: Quick Identifications

Post by Johan Melle » 19/09/2020, 18:27

PeplumParadise wrote:
19/09/2020, 14:21
Not sure if this can be Pietro Torrisi in the 2005 version of Casanova, where he has a credit as "stunt - guard", bearing in mind that it is many years after all the roles we have identified for him so far. We do have the image I've posted below to give us some idea how he looked in later years. Any opinions?
Hmm... I'm really unsure about this one. I do see a certain resemblance, but something seems wrong to me...

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Re: Quick Identifications

Post by PeplumParadise » 20/09/2020, 19:59

A couple of uncertain identifications from I normanni.

I can't quite decide if this is Renzo Pevarello
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and I wondered if this might be Mario Ghignone, under wig and false beard
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Re: Quick Identifications

Post by FatmanDan » 20/09/2020, 20:04

A definite maybe, tending to yes (for Renzo) - and a yes (for Ghignone) from me

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Re: Quick Identifications

Post by Johan Melle » 20/09/2020, 20:49

Definitely looks like Renzo to me! And very probably a bewigged Mario Ghignone too.

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Re: Quick Identifications

Post by Johan Melle » 20/09/2020, 21:40

There was some uncertainty about whether or not Enzo Doria appears in Solimano il conquistatore (1961), but I'm thinking he might be this guy. Any thoughts on that?
Solimano - Enzo Doria.jpg

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Post by PeplumParadise » 21/09/2020, 7:32

Johan Melle wrote:
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There was some uncertainty about whether or not Enzo Doria appears in Solimano il conquistatore (1961), but I'm thinking he might be this guy. Any thoughts on that?
Solimano - Enzo Doria.jpg
Yes, looks like it could be. I've never managed to find a decent looking copy of the film

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Re: Quick Identifications

Post by PeplumParadise » 21/09/2020, 18:13

Johan Melle wrote:
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There was some uncertainty about whether or not Enzo Doria appears in Solimano il conquistatore (1961), but I'm thinking he might be this guy. Any thoughts on that?
Solimano - Enzo Doria.jpg
Having watched it now I agree that it is him - some kind of glued-on bit of hair-thing covering his identifying dimple. I doubt they'd have flown him to Yugoslavia just for that fleeting role (man commenting on fireworks?), so I assume he was already in the country shooting something else, so they must have got him in for one day to fulfil their c.s.c. obligations.

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Re: Quick Identifications

Post by Johan Melle » 21/09/2020, 18:38

PeplumParadise wrote:
21/09/2020, 18:13
Johan Melle wrote:
20/09/2020, 21:40
There was some uncertainty about whether or not Enzo Doria appears in Solimano il conquistatore (1961), but I'm thinking he might be this guy. Any thoughts on that?
Solimano - Enzo Doria.jpg
Having watched it now I agree that it is him - some kind of glued-on bit of hair-thing covering his identifying dimple. I doubt they'd have flown him to Yugoslavia just for that fleeting role (man commenting on fireworks?), so I assume he was already in the country shooting the Brad Harris peplums where he had larger roles, so they must have got him in for one day to fulfil their c.s.c. obligations.
That sounds like a definite possibility, yes.

Anyway, I note that it looks as if not the entire film was shot in Yugoslavia. The scene with Nando Tamberlani definitely looks to have been shot in a studio in Rome. In that sequence there's some sort of nobleman playing blind man's bluff, and I think he's Ugo Mari, though it's a little hard to tell since we don't see his face very well...
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