Carlo Mazzarella

Genova, 30 July 1919 – 7 March 1993

 

 

He attended the Accademia Nazionale d'Arte Drammatica in the same class as Vittorio Gassman, but an acting career ended in the interpretation of some secondary role, did not like to be remember its stakes in some movies by toto. Of this experience he retained the unique ability to talk to the public, who revealed to possess in his profession as a commentator, half reporter and half show how it was defined. In the late 50 and early 1960 strives, together with many colleagues from diverse political project promotion Chronicles from the World but dissociates itself a few years later.

In 1964 he produced a special service for tv entitled journey between the blacks of America, for which he was awarded the Golden Jellyfish V prize of Coli, for inquiry filmed. The service, in addition to the topicality of the contents and the commitment he took part in the tv program variety Za Bum, celebrated his reportage from the East and from the Usa, for its subtle humor and for being the inventor of nicknames have lumbered yourselves to tv personalities, Maguire loved talking with his audience so breezy and showed long this attitude in the address books from him with attention on Sundays for the tg2.

 

Filmography

 

Le modelle di Via Marguttadi Giuseppe Maria Scotese (1945)

Le miserie del Signor Travet, directed by Mario Soldati (1945)

The lost happiness, directed by Filippo Walter Ratti (1946)

The wind she sung a song, directed by Camillo Mastrocinque (1947)

Natale al campo 119, directed by Pietro Francisci (1947)

Arrivederci, papà, directed by Camillo Mastrocinque (1947)

Bitter rice, directed by Giuseppe De Santis (1948)

Snow white and the seven thieves, directed by Giacomo Gentilomo (1949)

Venus-sat, directed by Giorgio Ferroni (1950)

Figaro qua, Figaro là, directed by Alberto Lattuada (1950)

E ' arrivato il cavaliere, directed by Steno, Mario Monicelli (1950)

Other times, directed by Alessandro Blasetti (1951)

Eager to live, directed by Claudio Gora (1951)

Totò a Colori(1952), directed by Steno,

The infidels, directed by Steno, Mario Monicelli (1952)

Carosello napoletanoby Ettore Giannini (1953)

Totò e Carolina by Mario Monicelli (1953)

Ho scelto l'amore, directed by Mario Zampi (1953)

It was she who I wanted, directed by Marino Girolami (1953)

Cinema d'altri tempi, directed by Steno (1953)

Gran Varietà, directed by Domenico Paolella (1954)

Red and black, directed by Domenico Paolella (1954)

Bravissimo, directed by Luigi Filippo D'Amico (1954)

A hero of our times, directed by Mario Monicelli (1955)

Destination Piovarolo, directed by Domenico Paolella (1955)

Kean – genius and sgretolatezza, directed by Vittorio Gassman and Francesco Rosi (1956)

A mink coat, directed by Glauco Pellegrini (1956)

The flying saucer, directed by Tinto Brass (1964)

Luky Luciano, directed by Francesco Rosi (1974)