Tag Archives: Sergio Corbucci

Django – a contemporary review

A review of Django, taken and translated from the Italian newspaper Unita Continue reading

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Sergio Corbucci on The Specialists

Here’s a little article I found in L’unita from March 20th 1970. Continue reading

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Ruggero Deodato on Sergio Corbucci

[Corbucci] called me for whatever reason… one day I he called me from Ischia, where he was on holiday… Continue reading

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Piero Vivarelli

Just read a fascinating interview with Piero Vivarelli in an issue of Nocturno from last year. Vivarelli, who died in September 2010, was a truly colourful character… Continue reading

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Ruggero Deodato on Toto Sexy

With Il figlio di Spartacus began the busiest and most intense period of my career as an assistant director… Continue reading

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I crudeli (The Hellbenders)

Review from The Monthly Film Bulletin, May 1969 Continue reading

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Franco Nero: No escaping Django

A little interview was in the Guardian today with Franco Nero… Continue reading

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Close Encounters of the Sergio Corbucci kind…

Here’s an interesting bit of information I’d never come across before. During the filming of Companeros, Sergio Corbucci claims to have seen a flying saucer! Continue reading

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The 8 Wheel Beast – Contemporary review from The Times

Once having registered that Sergio Corbucci’s The 8 Wheel Beast is a dreaded juggernaut, and that what we’re in for is a story of Italian long distance lorry drivers and not a horror movie… Continue reading

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The Mercenary – Contemporary review from The Times

Franco Nero, who seemed such a dull stick in Camelot, takes on a very different and more appealing complexion here as a Polish gunman… Continue reading

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