Ornella Muti, Carlo Croccolo and Giancarlo Giannini – Signed CallSheet – ‘O re

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CallSheet con autografo di Ornella Muti, Carlo Croccolo e Giancarlo Giannini.

Dimension: 21 Cm x 29,7 Cm (Appr.) – 8×12 Inches (Appr.)

Movie: ‘O re (1989)

Date and Place of Signing (Ornella Muti): March 03, 2023 in Atri, TE (Italy)
Date and Place of Signing (Giancarlo Giannini): November 20, 2023 in Pescara, PE (Italy)

Donated by: Carlo Croccolo


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Ornella Muti (born Francesca Romana Rivelli; 9 March 1955) is an Italian actress. She made her film debut as Francesca Cimarosa in the 1970 film La moglie più bella.
Early life
Muti was born in Rome to a Neapolitan journalist father and Ilse Renate Krause, a Baltic German sculptor from Estonia. Her maternal grandparents emigrated from Leningrad (now Saint Petersburg, Russia) to Estonia.
Muti modeled as a teenager and made her film debut in the 1970 film La moglie più bella (The Most Beautiful Wife). She has primarily worked in Italian films but made her English-speaking film debut as Princess Aura in Flash Gordon in 1980. American movies she appeared in include Love and Money (1982), Casanova (1987), Wait Until Spring, Bandini (1989), A Season of Giants (1990), Oscar (1991), Once Upon a Crime (1992), Somewhere in the City (1998) and To Rome with Love (2012). In 2008, Muti introduced her own line of jewelry and subsequently opened shops in Paris, Milan, Rome, Riga, Moscow and Almaty. In 1999 she insured her breasts for $350,000. In 2015, the Italian court of Pordenone condemned her to 8 months in prison for having canceled a theatrical performance following a health problem, which did not prevent her from participating in a social dinner with Vladimir Putin in Saint Petersburg in December 2010. She avoided prison by paying the sum of 30,000 euros to the Verdi theater as compensation.
Carlo Croccolo (9 April 1927 – 12 October 2019) was an Italian actor, voice actor, director and screenwriter. Born in Naples, Croccolo began his acting career on the radio and he appeared in more than 100 films since 1949. His debut came in the 1949 film The Firemen of Viggiù and he made his first television debut in 1956. He was best known for some of his collaborations with Totò mainly throughout the 1950s and 1960s. Croccolo’s international appearance came from the 1996 film In Love and War directed by Richard Attenborough. He also had an intense theatrical career as he often starred in plays directed by Eduardo De Filippo and Giorgio Strehler. As a voice actor, Croccolo performed the Italian voice of Oliver Hardy in the 1951-1953 redubs of Laurel and Hardy in which he was paired with Fiorenzo Fiorentini (the Italian voice of Stan Laurel). He returned to dub Hardy in the 1968-1970 redubs, this time, paired with Franco Latini. Since 1957, Croccolo had served as a dubbing artist for Totò in some of his films. In 1989, Croccolo received the David di Donatello for best supporting actor in the film ‘O Re. Croccolo died in his home in Castel Volturno on 12 October 2019 at the age of 92. His funeral was held in the Church of San Ferdinando and his body was cremated at the request of the family.
Giancarlo Giannini (born 1 August 1942) is an Italian actor and voice actor. He won the Cannes Film Festival Award for Best Actor for his performance in Love and Anarchy (1973) and received an Academy Award nomination for Seven Beauties (1975). He is also a four-time recipient of the David di Donatello Award for Best Actor. Giannini began his career on stage, starring in Franco Zeffirelli’s productions of Romeo and Juliet and A Midsummer Night’s Dream. After appearing predominantly on television throughout the early 1960s, he had his first lead role in a film in Rita the Mosquito (1965), the first of many collaborations with filmmaker Lina Wertmüller. He rose to international stardom through Wertmüller’s The Seduction of Mimi (1972), Love and Anarchy (1973), Swept Away (1974), culminating in his Oscar-nominated turn in Seven Beauties (1975). His other films include The Innocent (1976), Lili Marleen (1980), New York Stories (1990), A Walk in the Clouds (1995), Hannibal (2001), Man on Fire (2004), and the James Bond films Casino Royale (2006) and Quantum of Solace (2008). He is also a dubbing artist, contributing voice work to the Italian-language versions of dozens of films since the 1960s. He has been the official Italian dubber of Al Pacino since 1975, and has also dubbed Jack Nicholson, Michael Douglas, and Helmut Berger.

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