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Marcello Ciorciolini

born in 1922 in Roma, Latium, Italy

Marcello Ciorciolini

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Marcello Ciorciolini (born 1922) is an Italian screenwriter, director, playwright, television and radio author and lyricist.

Life and career

Born in Rome, Ciorciolini began his career in 1950 as a radio writer, often collaborating with Alberto Talegalli.[1] Shorty later he entered the cinema industry as screenwriter, specializing in the comedy genre and also directing a number of films.[1][2]

As a lyricist he was author of several hits, notably Mina's "Una zebra a puà" and "Ti guarderò nel cuore", the theme song of Mondo cane.[1] Between 1970s and 1980s he was mainly active as an author of television variety shows.[1][2] On stage, he was active as an author of revues and comedy plays, and more sporadically of dramas.[1]

Ciorciolini was one of the favorite authors of the comic duo Franco Franchi and Ciccio Ingrassia, with whom he collaborated in television, cinema and even for some songs.[1][2]

Selected filmography

  • Il coraggio (1955)
  • Terror of the Red Mask (1960)
  • The Huns (1960)
  • The Vengeance of Ursus (1961)
  • Two Mafiamen in the Far West (1964)
  • I due toreri (1965)
  • Two Mafiosi Against Goldfinger (1965)
  • Two Sergeants of General Custer (1965)
  • Two Sons of Ringo (1966)
Director and screenwriter
  • Con rispetto parlando (1965)
  • Black Box Affair (1966)
  • I barbieri di Sicilia (1967)
  • Tom Dollar (1967)
  • Ciccio Forgives, I Don't (1968)
  • The Nephews of Zorro (1968)
  • Indovina chi viene a merenda? (1969)
  • Meo Patacca (1972)


  1. ^ a b c d e f Roberto Poppi. I registi: dal 1930 ai giorni nostri. Gremese Editore, 2002. ISBN 8884401712. 
  2. ^ a b c Marco Giusti. Dizionario del western all'italiana. Mondadori, 2007. ISBN 8804572779. 

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