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Marcello Mastroianni

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Marcello Mastroianni

Italian film actoradd

Category: Movies & TV

Born in 1924.

Countries: Italy (51%), France (16%), United States (14%)

Education: undef.

Main connections: Federico Fellini, Anita Ekberg, Sophia Loren

Linked to: National Board of Review

 

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Marcello Mastroianni was born in 1924 add something


1929

His brother Ruggero Mastroianni (1929–1996) was a highly regarded film editor who not only edited a number of his brother's films, but appeared alongside Marcello in Scipione detto anche l'Africano, a spoof of the once popular peplum/sword and sandal film genre released in 1971. add something


1945

In 1945, Mastroianni started working for a film company and began taking acting lessons. add something


1948

Federico Fellini - In February 1948, he was introduced to Marcello Mastroianni, a young theatre actor appearing in a play with Giulietta Masina.


1954

Sophia Loren - "Too Bad She's Bad", released in 1954, became the first of many films in which Loren co-starred with Marcello Mastroianni


1956

Katy Jurado - In 1956 Jurado debuted on Broadway, playing "Filomena Marturano" with Raf Vallone, which would later be filmed in Italy as "Marriage Italian Style" with Sophia Loren and Marcello Mastroianni


1960

He soon became a major international celebrity, starring in Big Deal on Madonna Street; and in Federico Fellini's La dolce vita with Anita Ekberg in 1960, where he played a disillusioned and self-loathing tabloid columnist who spends his days and nights exploring Rome's high society. add something

 

Anita Ekberg - In 1960, Federico Fellini gave Ekberg her greatest role in "La Dolce Vita", in which she played the unattainable "dream woman" opposite Marcello Mastroianni

 

Anita Ekberg - She is best known for her role as Sylvia in the 1960 Federico Fellini film "La Dolce Vita", which features the legendary scene of her cavorting in Trevi Fountain alongside Marcello Mastroianni


1962

Federico Fellini - Giving the order to start production in spring 1962, Fellini signed deals with his producer Rizzoli, fixed dates, had sets constructed, cast Mastroianni, Anouk Aimee, and Sandra Milo in lead roles, and did screen tests at the Scalera Studios in Rome .

 

Lina Wertmuller - Through her acquaintance with Marcello Mastroianni, she met Federico Fellini and, in 1962, Fellini offered her the assistant director position on "8½"


1963

Ursula Andress - Andress co-starred with Elvis Presley in the 1963 musical film, "Fun in Acapulco", with Frank Sinatra and Dean Martin in "4 for Texas" , opposite Marcello Mastroianni in "The 10th Victim" , alongside John Richardson in "She" , and as the countess in "The Blue Max"

 

8 - Released in the United States on 25 June 1963 by Joseph E. Levine, who had bought the rights sight unseen, the film was screened at the Festival Theatre in New York in the presence of Fellini and Marcello Mastroianni


1969

Jerry Schatzberg - In 1969, Dunaway left Schatzberg for actor Marcello Mastroianni


1970

Mastroianni won it in 1970 for Dramma della gelosia - tutti i particolari in cronaca and in 1987 for Dark Eyes. add something

 

Sergio Franchi - Also mentioned in the 1970s was a Broadway role in a Rudolph Valentino show that Marcello Mastroianni did in Rome

 

Monica Vitti - In 1970 Vitti starred with Marcello Mastroianni in Ettore Scola's highly successful romantic comedy "Dramma della gelosia"

 

George Tabori - In 1970 his play 'The Prince' was filmed by John Boorman as Leo the Last with Marcello Mastroianni and Billie Whitelaw; the film won the Director's Prize at the Cannes Film Festival in that year


1971

Nadine Trintignant - The 1971 film starred Catherine Deneuve and Marcello Mastroianni as a couple who must cope with the death of their infant daughter


1975

Luigi Comencini - In 1975 he released the mystery "La donna della domenica", featuring Marcello Mastroianni, Jacqueline_Bisset and Jean-Louis Trintignant

 

Claudia Mori - In 1975, Claudia participated in "Yuppi du", a film directed by Celentano. In the same year, she starred in the films of Marcello Mastroianni "Come una Cenerentola" and "Culastrisce Nobile Veneziano"


1976

Franco Lucentini - His novel "The Sunday Woman", which was made into a film, 1976, with Marcello Mastroianni and Jacqueline Bisset

 

Goodnight, Ladies and Gentlemen - "'Goodnight, Ladies and Gentlemen"' is a 1976 French-Italian comedy film starring Vittorio Gassman, Ugo Tognazzi, Nino Manfredi, Paolo Villaggio, Marcello Mastroianni, Senta_Berger, Adolfo Celi and Felice Andreasi


1977

Carmen Russo - In 1977 she was hired by Federico Fellini for the film "La città delle donne" with Marcello Mastroianni


1978

Elio Petri - In 1978, putting aside those topics that were direct reflections on contemporary Italian society, Petri directed for the television a remarkable version of Sartre's play "Dirty Hands", in which, once again, Marcello Mastroianni gave an exceptional performance

 

Bye Bye Monkey - "'Bye Bye Monkey"' is a 1978 Italian-French film, directed by Marco Ferreri and starring Gérard Depardieu, Marcello Mastroianni, James Coco and Geraldine Fitzgerald


1982

Elio Petri - Work on another film, "Chi illumina la grande notte", was well advanced: the takes were scheduled for September 1982, and Marcello Mastroianni was to play the leading role


1983

Sergio Castellitto - Castellitto began his film career in 1983 beside Marcello Mastroianni and Michel Piccoli in "The General of the Dead Army" by Luciano Tovoli

 

Luciano Tovoli - In 1983, Tovoli directed and cowrote "Il Generale dell'armata morte" based on a novel by Ismail Kadare, starring Marcello Mastroianni and Anouk Aimée


1990

Raul Ruiz - In the 1990s, Ruiz began working with larger budgets and "name" stars like John Hurt in "Dark at Noon" and Marcello Mastroianni in "Three Lives and Only One Death"


1993

Maria Luisa Bemberg - Her last film was 1993's "De eso no se habla", starring Italian actor Marcello Mastroianni


1996

Both of his daughters, as well as Deneuve and Tato, were at his bedside when he died of pancreatic cancer at the age of 72. add something

 

Mastroianni died of pancreatic cancer on December 19, 1996 at the age of 72 add something


1997

Manoel de Oliveira - In 1997 Oliveira made "Voyage to the Beginning of the World" , which was the final film of Italian film star Marcello Mastroianni

 

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