Bruno Corbucci (23 October 1931 – 7 September 1996) was an Italian screenwriter and film director. He was the younger brother of Sergio Corbucci, and wrote many of his films. He was born in Rome, where he also died.
|Died||7 September 1996 (aged 64)|
|Occupation||Screenwriter, film director|
The vast majority of his directorial efforts are lowbrow comedies. He also directed I figli del leopardo, a parody of Il gattopardo. His biggest success came with the long-running "Nico Giraldi" series, which starred Tomas Milian as a foul-mouthed Roman policeman.
- Who Hesitates is Lost (1960)
- Toto's First Night (1962)
- Sexy Toto (1963)
- Tears on Your Face (1964)
- Rita the American Girl (1965)
- James Tont operazione U.N.O. (1965)
- James Tont operazione D.U.E. (1966)
- 4 Dollars of Revenge (1966)
- Ms. Stiletto (1969)
- Pasqualino Cammarata, Frigate Captain (1974)
- La casa stregata (1982)
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