Alberto Sordi

(Rome, 15 June 1920, 24 February 2003)

 

 

 

Son of Peter Deaf, music professor and instrumentalist, owner of tuba contra low of the orchestra and the Opera of Rome, and Mary Righetti, elementary teacher. Albert was the fourth of the children.Already in elementary school he began to improvise small performances with a puppet show for his schoolmates, also sang soprano in the choir of the Sistine Chapel directed by Don Lorenzo Perosi.Growing Alberto began to study singing and performing in an opera as low. In 1936 he recorded a disc of fairy tales for children on behalf of the record company Fonit and with the proceeds from Alberto left for Milan where he enrolled in acting class at the Accademia dei Filodrammatici. Alberto Sordi on an episode of the Maurizio Costanzo Show recounts an episode that happened while studying elocution elocution teacher in Milan called him aside and told him:

 

She says guèrra but it says war, he replies "<< Groove >> war constrains Me to tell

 

Will be ejected, precisely because of its diction and dialect influence.

 

During World War II Alberto Sordi will wear the uniform of the Royal Army, serving at the silent musical band in 81° infantry regiment "Torino", accompanying the departures of the military. In 1937, he found a job at Cinecittà as an extra in the film (Scipio Africanus) in a generic role of a Roman soldier, in the movie Giarbud by Goffredo Alessandrini, in which she played the part of one of the soldiers in garrison of the OASIS. Alberto won a contest held by Metro Goldwyn Mayer to dub the voice of Oliver Hardy (initially she performed with the pesudomino Albert Odisor, together with Mauro Zambuto who lent his voice to San Laurel). Will work until 1951 as a voice actor, giving voice to other great actors, Bruce Bennett, Anthony Quinn, John Ireland, Robert Mitchum, Armedàriz Patel, Franco Fabrizi and Marcello Mastroianni. His voice is recognizable in the masterpieces of Frank Capra's it's a wonderful life and Vittorio De Sica's bicycle thieves, as well as in the films of Alessandro Blasetti first communion, and in the movie I pinguini ci guardano, directed by Guido Leoni, where animals are present in the film speak with the voices of famous actors. In 1956 he made a comedy that follows the turbulent events of a student of singing, very spoiled, conceited and maintained by exasperated father-in-law (Aldo Fabrizi), who aspires to the scenes of the Opera, the film is titled lets me Santa directed by Mario Bonnard, the film also features singers, real celebrities, including the powerful Sienese bass Giulio Neri. Alberto Sordi in 1957 and joined the SIAE as mandolin, an instrument which knew well because during the second world war had been part of the army band.He obtained the qualification of composer melodist. Alberto started acting in the company of Aldo Fabrizi to theater, but unfortunately was an early unsuccessful and he left the company.

 

 

 

Alberto Sordi and the radio

 

In 1946, inspired by the environments of Catholic action, ironically gives rise to its satire of the characters speaking, a little tiny parish getting described Chan in the nose and with an attitude from person "as it should". The character and reworked in the protagonist of the movie Mamma mia che impression!. The character has the features of a boy scout, a big kid who grew up, still in uniform, with doing the Gossipy and nosy, borderline irritating described with comedy. The success continues with Conrad's broadcasts that the spear through Red and blackHey Presto, and talks to Alberto Sordi, where he creates some characters destined for great popularity: Mr. Says in collaboration with Fiorenzo Fiorentini, and Ettore Scola, count Claro, and Mario Pio, the latter character is also proposed at the cinema in the film debut of Mauro Bolognini, Ci troviamo in galleria of 1953, in addition to Radio playback, during season 1968 – 1969, in historic broadcast Variety and also by Alighiero Noschese, in the radio program two pair.

 

 

Alberto Sordi and Cinema

 

For over ten years at the cinema plays tiny roles and not very significant in a score of films, with the exception of three pilots of Mario Mattioli, where he was one of the protagonists. Alberto Sordi also has the opportunity to work with the great Genoese actor Gilberto Govi, an Argentine impresario in the movie That time! film version of the stage play of Pignasecca and Pignaverde of Emerico Valentinetti. In 1950 they point out his great artistic skills in a film scripted by Cesare Zavattini, Mamma mia that impression! where Alberto carries on the big screen acting all verbal model experienced in radio and create your character on Compagniuccio of ParrochiettaBetween 1952 and 1955 Deaf's popularity exploded on the big screen at first with two films directed by Federico Fellini,the white Sheik and I Vitelloni, and then with some films directed by Steno, A day District Courtan American in Rome, and Small Post, where Alberto builds the kind of guy a little coward, carrion, exploitative indolent and lazy, childish and philistine who accompany you throughout the 1950s. The success took the general public begins, when Albert plays the character of Fernando (Nando) Malloy, in Un giorno in preturaWith "America faces Tarzan!" the popularity of this character was such that the character was developed, reiterated and consecrated in Un americano a Roma, a triumph at the box office, generating proceeds of about 380,370,000 Lire. With the advent of Italian comedy gave birth to a multitude of characters almost all negative of Italian Middle, unedifying, but satisfying to an obvious reality and painted with a viciousness sometimes tainted by suspicions of complacency, but always redeemed by a Magisterium recitative like no other, many times also the subject and screenplay of the movie interpreted. Alberto Sordi directed 18 films in total, starting from 1966, withsmokethe devil, and excuse me, are you for or against?His best work behind the camera remain An Italian in America, together with Vittorio De Sica, as long as there is war there is hopeAmore mio aiutami, episode The intelligent holidays of the collectiveDove vai in vacanza?Also profitable artistic associations should not be underestimated with screenwriter Rodolfo Sonego, worked in many of his films ( the seducer by Franco Rossi) and with the composer Piero Piccioni, who signed many of the soundtracks his most famous film, not because of some of his famous songs, irreverent and a little naughty. In 1996 it spread the hypothesis that the Roman actor wishing to run for the Mayor of Rome, Francesco Rutelli, defying the same they took part in an episode of the flying carpet by Luciano Rispoli, Telemontecarlo, in which he declared:

 

The Mayor doesn't have to worry about: I have been, am and will stay until the end of my days actor.

 

 

On 24 April 2002 was conferred by the University of Salerno a honorary doctorate in communication sciences. On his 80th birthday, on 15 June 2000 the Mayor of Rome, Francesco Rutelli, gave way to a day the "selected" in Rome. One of his last appearances dating back to 18 December 2001, the program Porta a Porta hosted by Bruno Vespa and devoted entirely to him. In 2002 is host to the Italians in the world program presented by Pippo Baudo. Affected by lung cancer dies on the night of 24 February 2003 at the age of 82 years, at his home in Via Druso.

 

Film Awards

 

Venice Film Festival

 

1959: special award: "for his performance" – the great war 1995:

 

 

Golden Lion

 

2001: Pietro Bianchi Award

 

Berlin International Film Festival

 

1963: Golden bear for his film the devil

 

 

1972: Silver bear for best actor, for Inmate awaiting trial

 

 

Moscow International Film Festival

 

1963: nominated Grand Prize – I know that you know I know .

 

 

1983: special award: "For the contribution to the cinema" – I know that you know I know

 

Golden Globe Award

 

1963: nominated best actor in a motion picture musical comedy – the two enemies 1946:

 

1966: best actor in a comedy film for the film those magnificent men in their flying machines

BAFTA

 

1962: nominated best foreign actor for the film the best of enemies

 

Chicago International Film Festival

 

1982: Gold Hugo Nomination for the movie I know you know I know

 

International Film Festival in Acapulco

 

1963: best actor for the film "Mafioso"

 

1963: best actor – motion picture "the devil"

 

 

Premio Vittorio De Sica

 

1979: Italian Film actor award

 

2001: Italian Film actor award

 

 Art Film Festival

 

1996: Actor Award

 

Taormina Film Fest

 

1990: Charybdis career

 

2001: Diamond Awards

 

Flaiano Prize

 

1992: lifetime achievement award

 

David di Donatello

 

1960: best actor – the great war

1961: best actor – All at home

1966: best actor- Fumo di Londra

1963: best actor – the family doctor

1972: best actor – in prison awaiting trial

1973: best actor – Lo scopone scientifico

1977: best actor- Un borghese piccolo piccolo

1981: Gold Medal of the city of Rome

1982: best actor – il marchese del Grillo

1984: special plate

1990: David special career

1999: David career

 

Silver Ribbon

 

1954: best supporting actor- I vitelloni

1956: best supporting actor – the Bachelor

1959: best actor – her husband

1960: best actor in a leading role – the great war

1961: best actor – All at home

1962: best actor – a difficult life

1963: nominated best actor – Mobster

1968: nominated best actor – An Italian in America

1970: nominated for best supporting actor – in the year of our Lord

1972: best actor – Nice honest emigrated, Australia would marry countrywoman illibata

1977: best actor – Un borghese piccolo piccolo

1981: best actor – Io e Caterina

1984: best actor – Il tassinaro

1995: Silver Ribbon for career

2003: Silver Ribbon special (posthumous)

 

Golden Globe

 

1960: special prize of the Jura – All at home

1969: best actor – the family doctor

1981: best actor – Io e caterina

1982: outstanding actor – il marchese del Grillo

2000: lifetime achievement award

 

Grolla d'Oro

 

1958: best actor – the husband and Ladro Lui, ladra lei

 

1961: best actor – All at home

 

1966: special prize – Fumo di Londra

 

1977: best actor – Un borghese piccolo piccolo

 

1989: lifetime achievement award

 

1995: best actor- Romanzo di un giovane povero

 

Gold lectern

 

1995: special mention

 

Honors

 

Knight Grand Cross of the order of merit of the Italian Republic, Rome, 16 March 1994

Gold Medal benefactors of culture and art (in memory) Rome, 25 March 2003

Honorary doctorate in Communication Sciences and technologies.

 

"The honorary doctorate in Sciences and Technology of communication is assigned to Alberto Sordi to the consistency of a job that has no equal and for the exceptional ability to use cinema to communicate and transmit the ideal history of values and customs of Italy modern from the early 1900s to today. "

 

IULM University of Milan, 12 March 2002

 

 Filmography actor

 

1937: Scipio Africanus, directed by Carmine Gallone

 

1937: the fierce Saladin, directed by Mario Bonnard

 

1938: the Princess Tarkanva, directed by Mario Soldati

 

1939: La notte delle beffe, directed by Carlo Campogalliani

 

1940: Hearts in the storm, directed by Carlo Campogalliani

 

1942: Le Signorine della villa accanto, directed by Gian Paolo Rosmino

 

1942: MissLàszlo Kish, Director;

 

1942: Casanova would do sodirected by Carlo Ludovico Bragaglia

 

1942: the three pilots, directed by Mario Mattioli

 

1942: Girabub, directed by Goffredo Alessandrini

 

1943: Saint Helena, small island, directed by Renato Simoni and Umberto Scarparelli

 

1944: Three girls try husband, directed by Duilio Coletti

 

1945: l'innocente Casimiro, directed by Carlo Campogalliani

 

1945: the miseries of Signor Travet, directed by Mario Soldati

 

1947: the wind I sang a song, directed by Camillo Mastrocinque

 

1947: Il Delitto di Giovanni Episcopo, directed by Alberto Lattuada

 

1947: Il Passatore, directed by Duilio Coletti

 

1948: That time, directed by Giorgio Bianchi

 

1948: Circo equestre Za-Bum, directed by Mario Mattoli

 

1951: Mamma mia, what impression!, directed by Roberto Savarese

 

1951: Cameriera bella presenza offresidirected by Giorgio Pàstina

 

1951: Totò e i re di Roma, directed by Steno and Mario Monicelli

 

1952: Youth, directed by Giorgio Pàstina

 

1952: E ' arrivato l'accordatore, directed by Duilio Coletti

 

1952: the white Sheik, directed by Federico Fellini

 

1953: I Vitelloni, directed by Federico Fellini

 

1953: Viva il cinema! " directed by Giorgio Baldaccini and Enzo Trapani

 

1953: songs, songs, songs, directed by Domenico Paolella

 

1953: the enchanting enemy, directed by Claudio Gora

 

1953: plonker (Via Padova 46), directed by Giorgio Bianchi

 

1953: Ci troviamo in galleria, directed by Mauro Bolognini

 

1953: Un giorno in pretura, directed by Steno

 

1954: Two nights with Cleopatra, directed by Mario Mattoli

 

1954: Tripoli, bel his d'amore, directed by Ferruccio Cerio

 

1954: Il matrimonio, by Antonio Petrucci

 

1954: Amori di mezzo secolo, (episode Post-war 1920), directed by Mario Chiari

 

1954: Tempi nostri, Zibaldone n. 2 (episode I), directed by Alessandro Blasetti

 

1954: Variety (episodes Fregoli), directed by Domenico Paolella

 

1954: Allegro Squadron, directed by Paolo Moffa

 

1954: Happens at the police station, directed by Giorgio Simonelli

 

1954: the seducer, directed by Francesco Rosi

 

1954: a Parisian Lady in Rome, directed by Erich Kobler

 

1954: an American in Rome, directed by Steno

 

1954: the art of getting along, directed by Luigi Zampa

 

1955: Il segno di Venere, directed by Dino Risi

 

1955: Buonanotte ... avvocato!, directed by Giorgio Bianchi

 

1955: I Pinguini ci guardano, directed by Guido Leoni

 

1955: from here to eternity, directed by Riccardo Chilly

 

1955: La Bella di Roma, directed by Luigi Comencini

 

1955: mascalzon faceand, directed by Raffaele Andreassi

 

1955: Happens to the penitentiary

 

1955: Bravissimo, directed by Luigi Filippo D'Amico

 

1955: Small post, directed by Steno

 

1955parrots, directed by Bruno Paolinelli

 

1955: the Bachelor, directed by Antonio Pietrangeli

 

1955: the city of cinema, directed by Vittorio Sala

 

1956: Guardia, guardia scelta, brigadiere e maresciallo, and directed by Mauro Bolognini

 

1956: Mio figlio Nerone, by Steno

 

1956: Let me, Santa, directed by Mario Bonnard

 

1956: Was 17 Friday, directed by Antonio Pietrangeli

 

1957: here come the dollars!, directed by Antonio Pietrangeli

 

1957: Souvenir d'Italie, directed by Antonio Pietrangeli

 

1957: Il Conte Max, directed by Giorgio Bianchi

 

1957: doctor and the healer, directed by Mario Monicelli

 

1957: her husband, directed by Nanni Loy, Gianni Puccini

 

1957: farewell to arms, directed by Charles Vidor

 

1957: Ladro lui, ladra lei, directed by Luigi Zampa

 

1958: Fortunella, directed by Eduardo De Filippo

 

1958: Sunday is always Sunday, directed by Camillo Mastrocinque

 

1958: Electric's widow, directed by Raymond Bernard

 

1958: Venezia, la luna e tu, Dino Risi

 

1958: Racconti d'estate, directed by Gianni Franciolini

 

1959: Nella città l'inferno, directed by Renato Castellani

 

1959: the young lion, directed by John Berry

 

1959: Policarpo, ufficiale di scrittura, by Mario Soldati

 

1959: Winter Vacation, directed by Camillo Mastrocinque

 

1959: the moralist, directed by Giorgio Bianchi

 

1959: French Riviera, directed by Vittorio Sala

 

1959: the Magliari, directed by Francesco Rosi

 

1959: La grande guerra, directed by Mario Mattioli

 

1959: the widower, directed by Dino Risi

 

1959: Brevi amori a Palma, directed by Giorgio Bianchi

 

1960: Gastone, by Mario Bonnard

 

1960: watchful, directed by Luigi Zampa

 

1960: all home, directed by Luigi Comencini

 

1960: Crime, directed by Mario Camerini

 

1961: the last judgment, directed by Vittorio De Sica

 

1961: the two enemies, directed by Gu Hamilton

 

1961: a difficult life, directed by Dino Risi

 

1962: The Commissionersor, directed by Alberto Lattuada

 

1962: Mafioso, directed by Alberto Lattuada

 

1963: the devil, directed by Gian Luigi Polidoro

 

1963: the Boom, by Vittorio De Sica

 

1963: Tentazioni proibite, directed by Osvaldo Civiriani

 

1963: Il maestro di Vigevano, directed by Elio Petri

 

1964: Italian Laughter, various directors

 

1964: La mia signora, directed by Tinto Brass, Luigi Comencini, and Mauro Bolognini

 

1964: the flying saucer, directed by Tinto Brass

 

1965: I tre volti (segment "Latin Lover"), directed by Franco Indovina

 

1965: those magnificent men in their flying machines, directed by Ken Annakin

 

1965: the complexes (episode,William dentonand), directed by Luigi Filippo D'Amico

 

1965: Thrilling (episode, the autostrada del sole), directed by Carlo Lizzani

 

1965: Made in Italy (episode 2 of episode 5, family), directed by Nanni Loy

 

1966: Fumo di Londra, by Alberto Sordi

 

1966: I nostri mariti (episode the Husband of Roberta), directed by Luigi Filippo D'Amico

 

1966: Le fate (segment " Fata Marta ), directed by Antonio Pietrangeli

 

1966: Le streghe (episode Civic ), directed by Mauro Bolognini

 

1966: excuse me, are you for or against?, by Alberto Sordi

 

1967: An Italian in America, by Alberto Sordi

 

1968: the family doctor, directed by Luigi Zampa

 

1968: Riusciranno i nostri eroi a ritrovare L'amico misteriosamente scomparso in Africa directed by Ettore Scola

 

1969: Amore mio aiutami, by Alberto Sordi

 

1969: the year of our Lord, by Alberto Sordi

 

1969: prof. Dr. Guido Tersilli primario della clinica Villa Celeste, convenzionata consuits, directed by Luciano Salce

 

1970: General Challenge (episode the priest ), directed by Luigi Zampa

 

1970: President of Borgorosso Football Club, directed by Luigi Filippo D'Amico

 

1970: couples (episode the room, by Alberto Sordi, and the lion, directed by Vittorio De Sica

 

1971: in prison awaiting trial, directed by Nanni Loy

 

1971: Bello, onesto, emigrato Australia would marry, countrywoman illibata, directed by Luigi Zampa

 

1972: Rome, directed by Federico Fellini

 

1972: Lo Scopone scientifico

 

1972: the most beautiful night of my lifeby Ettore Scale

 

1973: Anastasia mio fratello, directed by Steno

 

1974: as long as there is war there is hope, by Alberto Sordi

 

1975: E il Casanova di Fellini?, directed by Gianfranco Angelucci, Liliana Betti

 

1975: What's your sign?

 

1975: A smile, slap, a white mouth, directed by Mario Morra

 

1976: The common decency, directed by Alberto Sordi

 

1975: Quelle strane occasioni (segment "the elevator), directed by Luigi Comencini

 

1977: Un borghese piccolo piccolo, directed by Mario Monicelli

 

1977: I nuovi mostri (episodio Er, like a Queen and the eulogy ) directed by Mario Monicelli, Dino Ris, and Ettore Scale

 

1978: the traffic jam, directed by Luigi Comencini

 

1979: the witness, directed by Jean-Pierre Mocky

 

1979: the imaginary invalid, directed by Tonino Cervi

 

1980: Io e Caterina, by Alberto Sordi

 

1981: Il marchese del Grillo

 

1982: I am you know who I know, by Alberto Sordi

 

1982: traveling with dad, by Alberto Sordi

 

1983: Il tassinaro, by Alberto Sordi

 

1983: the Bersaglieri, directed by Corrado Prisco, short film

 

1984: Tutti dentro, by Alberto Sordi

 

1985: I'm a paranormal phenomenon, directed by Sergio Corbucci

 

1986: too strong, directed by Carlo Verdone

 

1987: a taxi driver in New York, directed by Alberto Sordi

 

1988: A shot of life, directed by Enrico Oldoini

 

1990: the miser, directed by Tonino Cervi

 

1990: In the name of the sovereign people, directed by Luigi Magni

 

1991: Vacanze di Natale ' 91, directed by Enrico Oldoini

 

1992: Acquitted for committing the fact, by Alberto Sordi

 

1994: Nestore, l'Ultima corsa, by Alberto Sordi

 

1995: Romanzo di un giovane poveroby Ettore Scola

 

2002: forbidden Encounters, by Alberto Sordi

 

Television

 

1983: Il tassinaro, by Alberto Sordi

 

1989: I promessi sposi, directed by Salvatore Nocita

 

 

 Alberto Sordi filmography (Director)

 

1966: Fumo di Londra

1966: excuse me, are you for or against?

1967: An Italian in America

1969: Amore mio aiutami

1970: couples (episode the room)

1973: Stardust

1974: The common sense of decency

1978: Dove vai in Vacanza?

1979: story of an Italiantv movie, four editions (first and second in 1979, third in 1981 and 4th in 1986)

1980: Io e Caterina

1982: I'll have you know I know

1982: traveling with dad

1983: Il tassinaro

1984: Tutti dentro

1987: a taxi driver in New York

1992: Acquitted for committing the fact

1944: Nestore, l'Ultima corsa

1998: forbidden Encounters

 

Alberto Sordi has dubbed Oliver Hardy in

 

Time of pic – nic (A Perfect Day)

Below zero, directed by James Parrott

Hog wild, directed by James Parrott

A hoax, directed by James Parrott

We go to work, directed by James w. Horne

A dangerous rescue, directed by James Parrott

Walls, directed by James Parrott

The musical scale, directed by James Parrott

The circus went bankrupt, directed by James Parrott

The companion B, directed by George Marshall

Unexpected guests, directed by Ray Mc Carey

County Hostel, directed by James Parrott

Us and the small Slim, directed by George Marshall

Happy holidays, directed by George Marshall

The midnight patrol, directed by Lloyd French

Work in progress, directed by Lloyd French

Fra ' Diavolo, Director Hal Roach

Alchemy, directed by Lloyd French

The wedding present, directed by Lloyd French and Chale Reogers

Sons of the desert, directed by William a. Seiter

Double Ad, directed by Lloyd French

Country living, directed by Charlie Rogers

In Wonderland, directed by Charlie Rogers

The Haunted Ghost, directed by Charley Rogers

A matter of honor, directed by Charlie Rogers

Allegri poeti, directed by Charlie Rogers

Blood brothers, directed by James w. Horne

The Bohemian girl, we're zingarelli, directed by James w. Horne, Charlie Rogers

Avventura a Vallechiara, directed by John g. Blystone

Twenty years later, Laurel and Hardy, directed by John g. Blystone

Noi siamo le colonne, regia di Alfred Goulding

There was once a small naviglio, directed by Douglas Gordono

Hi friends, directed by Monty Banks

Sim Sala Bim, directed Alfred Wecker

The enemy of listen, directed by Edward Sedgwick

JitterBugs, directed by Malcolm St. Clair

Always in trouble, directed by Sam Taylor

The bullfighters, directed by Malcolm St. Clair

Atoll K, directed by Leo Joannon

 

 

Alberto Sordi dubbing Movies

 

Curt Bois in Casablanca, directed by Michael Curtiz

 

Preston Forster in the Valley of decision, directed by Tay Garnett

 

Sheldon Leonard in The unnamed Bandit, directed by Joseph l. Mankiewicz

 

Gordorn Oliver in the spiral staircase, directed by Robert Siodamrk

 

Vittorio Mottini into mush and wealth, by Gennaro Righelli

 

Frank Faylen in it's a wonderful life, directed by Frank Capra

 

Wood Herman in the city of Jazz, directed by Arthur Lubin

 

Craig Stevens in head over heels, directed by Jean Negulesco

 

Pedro Armdàriz in the massacre at Fort Apache, directed by John Ford

 

Seller of bicycles in the bicycle thief

 

Charles Bardstreet in the brain of Frankenstein, directed by Vittorio de Sica Bardstreet

 

Marcello Mastroianni in Sunday in August, directed by Luciano Emmere Maggs

 

Franco Frabrizi in the Chronicle of love, directed by Michelangelo Antonioni

 

Voiceover by an animal I Pinguini ci guardano, directed by Guido Leoni

 

 Past productions

 

San Giovanni, Compagnia di Aldo Fabrizi e Anna Fougez

 

But in the countryside is another, Compagnia di Guido Riccioli e Nanda Primavera

 

Teatro della caricatura, next to Fanfulla

 

Returns Za-Bum, di Marcello Marchesi, directed by Mario Mattoli

 

A world of armonie, rivista musicale di Alberto Semprini

 

Blows I know.di Pietro Garinei e Sandro Giovannini

 

And he says ... by Benecoste , directed by Oreste Biancoli e Adolfo Celi

 

Gran Baraonda, di Pietro Garinei e Sandro Miles, next to Wanda Osiris

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 Alberto Sordi and music

 

Lightweight satire tracks or rather the slow pace he has written and attributed to his pseduomino"Master Gambara" and singer around the years ' 40.

 

Some of them: Granny, convict, Seeking a female, the baby who did not experience childhood .

 

1942: A stroll or Watch the donkeys flying in the skies, sung by Alberto Sordi in the film the flying Deuces doubling Oliver Hard.

 

1966: "You never told me", performed by Julie Rogers in the movie Fumo di Londra and in Italian by Mina with title short love

 

1966: Richmond Bridge, sung by Lydia Macdonald nel film Fumo di Londra

 

1967: Walk Song, sung by Lydia Mac Donald in the film An Italian in America

 

1969: Luna you ain't nofilm Amore mio aiutami, Alberto Sordi, sings the spin off of the song, also known as Moon non sei più tu

 

1970: President of Borgorosso Football Club

 

1973: Ma ndo.vai? Sung by Alberto Sordi e Monica Vitti nel film Polvere di Stelle

 

1981: and go ... And go

 

1981 Mi cara olimpia short version sung by the Gavotte of Olympia from the movie Il marchese del Grillo.

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Discography

  

2004 story about an Italian

 

2006 Le più belle canzoni di Alberto Sordi

 

Television Broadcasts

 

History of an Italian 1979 – 19981 – 1986

 

Radio programs

 

The Lady was mother-in-law of George Feydeau, directed by Alberto Casella, 1949

 

Speaker Alberto Sordi, 1950