Sergio D’Offizi – Signed Book – Sordi ed io La mia vita sul set

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Libro con autografo di Sergio D’Offizi.

Signed by Sergio D’Offizi.
Publisher: Lombardi Editore
Format: Soft Cover Edition

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Sergio D’Offizi is an Italian cinematographer born on July 1, 1934 in Rome, Lazio, Italy. He is probably best known for his camera work on “Cannibal Holocaust” (1980), “Il marchese del Grillo” (1981) and “Don’t Torture a Duckling” (1972). He has worked in all on over 70 films starting in “What Ever Happened to Baby Toto?” in 1964. He’s filmed eleven Euro-westerns, six as cinematographer including: “The Ruthless Four” and “Today We Kill, Tomorrow We Die” both 1967, “God Made Them, I Kill Them” (1968), “Hey Amigo, to Your Death” (1970 and two of the Thunder Warrior films in the mid-1980s. The last film he worked on was “Terapia Roosevelt” in 2006.

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