Musco, Nino

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Re: Nino Musco

Post by PeplumParadise » 13/01/2020, 19:32

Storie dell'emigrazione (1972) 5-part TV series, we think this is from episode 3, as Ice-cream maker. This is an obscure series about prohibition which mixes archival footage with acted scenes, there appears to be no IMDb listing or any cast list anywhere. It's possible he could be credited, but the credits are missing from the clips on You tube.
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My attention was drawn to Nino's appearance here by a word search bringing up this (clipping from an) article in the 1972, Issue 22 of Radiocorriere TV guide.
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A big thanks to Johan and Rudy for identifying the series and finding Nino in the clip.

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Post by PeplumParadise » 02/02/2020, 22:22

Un dollaro di fifa (1960) credited, as Court official
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Re: Nino Musco

Post by PeplumParadise » 06/03/2020, 18:40

The Agony and the Ecstasy (1965) under a wig as Tavern customer
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Post by Johan Melle » 17/03/2020, 20:00

Nino has probably the strangest role of his entire career in the bizarre Nazisploitation film Holocaust parte seconda: i ricordi, i deliri, la vendetta (1978). Originally shown at the Cannes Film Market in 1978 under the title Subliminal (Una splendida giornata per morire), the film was not screened to the public until in 1980 under the Holocaust parte seconda title.

From what I can gather, this film is actually made up of footage from two unfinished films: a Nazisploitation movie shot in 1976 and some kind of revenge flick shot in 1978, plus other minor footage spliced in here and there in an attempt (albeit a rather unsuccessful one) to make it all coherent. Gordon Mitchell appears in both the 1976 and 1978 footage, looking completely different in both.

As for Nino Musco, he has a credited but very minor role as Alfonso, a former Nazi who is wanted by a ruthless gang of Nazi hunters. After they are unable to hunt him down, they instead murder his son, and when he comes out of hiding to visit his son's grave, they kidnap him. We never get a very good look at him during the scene at the cemetery, though, and I suspect this sequence was actually shot with a double for Nino after the original shoot
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We do, however, see the real Nino in a short sequence where he is tortured to death
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Only at the end of the scene is it revealed how he was killed: a goat was licking his feet - tickling him to the point of a heart attack!
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That's Nino's entire performance, but he still receives a credit in the cast list at the end. I've also no idea when his footage was shot: 1976 or 1978, or possibly at some other time...
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Post by van den bremt rudy » 31/03/2020, 1:12

Tutti fratelli nel west... per parte di padre (1972) as bartender
Found a German print, but his name was not there in this western comedy.
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Post by van den bremt rudy » 31/03/2020, 1:51

Mercanti di vergini (1968 but released in 1969), credited on poster. Role unknown.
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Post by PeplumParadise » 04/04/2020, 0:50

Riavanti... Marsch! (1979) as Manager of Trocadero. Latest role yet!
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Post by PeplumParadise » 16/05/2020, 19:19

Liolá (1964) credited on the poster, as Turi (role to be confirmed)
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Post by PeplumParadise » 10/06/2020, 22:49

L'uomo mascherato contro i pirati (1964) credited as Pino Musco, as Jericho
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Re: Nino Musco

Post by PeplumParadise » 30/06/2020, 18:26

The Underground (Il clandestino) (1970) credited, role uncertain. There is only a 7 minute clip on You Tube showing the opening credits and pre-credit sequence, where Nino is not seen.
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