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Ennio Balbo

Naples, 18 April 1922 – 18 June 1989



Ennio Balbo was used for social security, but in the meantime he cultivated a passion for theatre with his wife Dora Calindri, acted on stage together to Lamberto Picasso, Gino Cervi, Turi Ferro Franco Eneriquez, and Renzo Giovampietro farm. Ennio has also been a voice actor, he voiced several films and cartoons.     

In the 1980s was the voice actor of various telenovelas such as Evil (voice of Ernesto Alonso) and the rich also cry (father Adrian). As an actor he also played serie B films, spaghetti western movies, crime movies.







1961/ A difficult life, directed by Dino Risi

1962/ A Queen for Caesar, directed by Piero Pierotti

1962/ The Commissioner, directed by Luigi Comencini

1963/ Catherine of Russians, directed by Umberto Lenzi

1963/ Corruption, directed by Umberto Lenzi

1965/ 5 tombe per un medium, directed by Massimo Pupillo

1965/ Seven Golden Men, directed by Marco Vicario

1965/ Casanova ' 70, directed by Mario Monicelli

1965/ Today, tomorrow, day after tomorrow, directed by Eduardo De Filippo, Marco Ferreri and Luciano Salce

1965/ The Woman of the Lake, directed by Luigi Bazzoni

1965/ 007 Agent from the Orient with fury, directed by Sergio Grieco

1966/ Spies kill in silence, directed by Mario Caiano

1966/ Master stroke in the service of his Britannic Majesty, directed by Michele Lupo

1966/ Excuse me, are you for or against?, by Alberto Sordi

1967/ The big hit of 7 men of gold, by Marco Vicario

1967/ Has anyone betrayed, directed by Franco Prosperi

1967/ Day of anger, directed by Tonino Valerii

1967/ The two faces of dollar, directed by Roberto Bianchi Montero

1967/ From Berlin the Apocalypse, by Mario Maffei

1968/ The Day of the Owl, directed by Damiano Damiani

1968/ Kidnapping, directed by Gianfranco Mingozzi

1968/ The damn day of fire, directed by Paolo Bianchini

1968/ The Black Sheep, directed by Luciano Salce

1968/ The gunfighter marked by God, directed by Giorgio Ferroni

1969/ Django the bastard, directed by Sergio Garrone

1969/ Childhood, vocation, first experiences of Giacomo Casanova, veneziano, directed by Luigi Comencini

1969/ The appointment, directed by Sidney Lumet

1970/ Nini Tirabusciò, the woman who invented the move, directed by Marcello Fondato

1970/ Rendezvous with dishonour, directed by Adriano Bolzoni

1973/ The police are watching, directed by Roberto Infascelli

1973/ Anna, that particular pleasure, directed by Giuliano Carnimeo

1974/ Year one, directed by Roberto Rossellini

1975/ Rome drugged the police cannot intervene, Lucio Marcaccini

1975/ The police intervenes: orders to kill, directed by Giuseppe Rosati

1975/ The engagement, directed by Giovanni Grimaldi

1976/ Why kills a magistrate, directed by Damiano Damiani

1976/ Performers, directed by Maurizio Lucidi

1976/ Bestiality, directed by Peter Skerl

1978/ Seven Golden Men in Space, directed by Alfonso Brescia

1989/ Happy, directed by Gianfresco Lazotti




1969/ The Pisana

1961/ The Maurizius Case

1962/ An American tragedy

1963/ Sleeping beauty

1963/ Luisa Sanfelice

1965/ A child

1964/ Mille francs reward

1964/ Maigret inquiries

1965/ The Captain's Daughter

1967/ Sheridan, homicide

1968/ The Dreyfus affair

1968/ The Chessman case

1971/ Here flying squad

1978/ Wrongly and rightly so

1978/ Technique of a coup: the March on Rome

1978/ Stories of camorra

1983/ The undersigned Giuseppe Donati to the High Court of Justice