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Armando Fracassi

Post by PeplumParadise » 25/08/2020, 10:22

Armando Fracassi in the fotoromanzo "Il grande silenzio" (1960)
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Originally discovered and remembered by Ciavazzaro and Johan from his appearance in the 1960 fotoromanzo "Il grande silenzio", it has recently become evident from the discovery of several roles through the Whitebeard project that he is indeed a generico. Identifications so far are all from the years 1960-61.

He should be easy to identify with a bushy greying beard, slicked-back long-ish receding black hair and very distinctive eyes.


FILMOGRAPHY
1959
  1. Ben-Hur (uncredited) .... Spectator at crucifixion march

    1960
  2. The Angel Wore Red (uncredited) .... Nationalist prisoner

    1961
  3. I mongoli (uncredited) .... Lord in the Polish palace (uncertain identification)
  4. Il ladro di Bagdad (uncredited) .... Courtier
  5. La vendetta di Ursus (uncredited) .... Citizen watching the trial of Ursus
  6. Romolo e Remo (uncredited) .... Spectator at the fight between Remus and Scebro

    1962
  7. Sodoma e Gomorra (uncredited) .... Hebrew

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Re: Armando Fracassi

Post by PeplumParadise » 25/08/2020, 10:24

He was originally identified from his appearance in the fotoromanzo "Il grande silenzio", published in the weekly magazine Cine Tipo from n. 43 (26 October 1960) to sometime in early 1961.
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Re: Armando Fracassi

Post by PeplumParadise » 25/08/2020, 10:28

I mongoli (1961) as Lord in the Polish palace.

Since his features cannot be seen too clearly when the image is enlarged I would say this is a probable rather than definite identification, largely because this film was shot mostly in Yugoslavia and there are no other familiar actors (besides the leads) among the many generici in this scene.
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Identification by Ciavazzaro

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La vendetta di Ursus (1961) as Citizen watching the trial of Ursus.
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Romolo e Remo (1961) as Spectator at the fight between Remus and Scebro.
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Post by PeplumParadise » 31/08/2020, 11:07

The Angel Wore Red (1960) as Nationalist prisoner
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Il ladro di Bagdad (1961) as Courtier
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Post by PeplumParadise » 11/09/2020, 17:40

Ben-Hur (1959) as Spectator at crucifixion march. He's one of the crowd who panic when they realise there are lepers nearby.
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Re: Armando Fracassi

Post by PeplumParadise » 13/09/2020, 9:30

Sodoma e Gomorra (1962) as Hebrew, behind Baby Santa
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