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Antonio Acqua

(Rome, 5 November 1910 – 18 October 1976)



The eldest son of Camillo Acqua count of Osimo, is often chosen by producers and directors to impersonate officers, magistrates, engineers, lawyers, professionals and celebrities. Water has played roles of some significance, in the films The RailwaymanUn maledetto imbroglio, Divorce Italian styleTo remember there is also the role of the high Ministry official in the episode Le tentazioni del dottor Antonio by Federico Fellini of the episodic film Boccaccio 70, in which he impersonates a super-bureaucrat accented surroundingsridiculous habits. Gets a starring role nor The South Street, where she plays an old General who organized the construction of a museum to remind businesses and work of Italian colonization in Africa. Also active in theater, in primary companies.




Giuliano de ' Medici, directed by Ladislao Vajda (1940)

Dinner of mockery, directed by Alessandro Blasetti (1941)

Don Caesar of Bazan, directed by Riccardo Freda (1942)

Prom Excelsor, episode of yesteryear -Zibaldone n. 1, directed by Alessandro Blasetti (1952)

The white Sheik , directed by Federico Fellini, (1952)

The South Street, directed by Enrico Cappellini (1953)

Good People's Sunday, directed by Anton Giulio Majano (1953)

The art of getting along, directed by Luigi Zampa (1954)

In love we let down in two, directed by Vittorio Cottafavi (1954)

The railway worker , directed by Pietro Germi (1956)

Holiday time, by Antonio Racioppi (1956)

Toto, Vittorio and The Doctor, by Camillo Mastrocinque (1957)

Love and chatter, by Alessandro Blasetti (1957)

Thief him, thief her, directed by Luigi Zampa (1958)

The magistrate, directed by Luigi Zampa (1959)

French Riviera, directed by Vittorio Sala (1959)

A cheat, directed by Pietro Germi (1959)

Dangerous Mothers, directed by Domenico Paolella (1960)

Teddy boys of the song, directed by Domenico Paolella (1960) 

Toto, Fabrizi and the youth of today, directed by Mario Mattoli (1960 

The ambitious, directed by Tony Amendola (1960)

The traffic policeman, directed by Luigi Zampa (1960)

Italian divorce, directed by Pietro Germi (1961)

The gold of Rome, directed by Carlo Lizzani (1961)

The red one, directed by Helmut Käutner (1962)

The march on Rome, by Dino Risi (1962)

Dr. Antonio's temptations, episode of Boccaccio ' 70, directed by Federico Fellini (1962)

Collegno's forgetful, directed by Sergio Corbucci (1962)

The shortest day, directed by Sergio Corbucci (1962)

Ladies and gentlemen, directed by Sergio Corbucci (1963) 

8/5, directed by Federico Fellini (1963)

Hercules against the children of the sun, directed by Osvaldo Civirani (1964)

Crazy world ... crazy people!, directed by Renato Polselli (1966) 

Ladies & gentlemen, directed by Pietro Germi (1966)

An Angel for Satan, directed by Camillo Mastrocinque (1966)

The husband of Roberta, episode of our husbands, directed by Luigi Filippo D'Amico (1966)