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Franco Franco Abbina / Franco Abbiana 

Rome, 31 March 1934



Franco Abbina, of Spanish origin, before turning to acting he devoted himself to the study of Economics and music, in 1970 he participates in the General Dispute film directed by Luigi Zampa. In the early seventies he devoted himself to painting and simultaneously illustrations for a book of poetry of Alda Merini.Participates in a dozen movies directed by Federico Fellini, Vittorio De Sica, Luigi Magni, Mauro Bolognini, Luigi Zampa. He collaborated with production designer Emanuele Luzzati.






The rape of the Sabine women, directed by Richard Pottier (1961)

La cuccagna (1962), directed by Luciano Salce

The boom, by Vittorio De Sica (1963)

Shivers in summer, directed by Luigi Zampa (1963)

Pinned in Dallas, directed by Piero Regnoli (1964)

It's midnight ... throws down his body, directed by Guido Zurlì (1966)

The family doctor, directed by Luigi Zampa (1968)

A beautiful November,, directed by Mauro Bolognini (1969)

Prof. Dr. Guido Tersilli primario della clinica Villa Celeste convenzionata con le mutue (1969), directed by Luciano Salce

In the year of our Lord, directed by Luigi Magni (1969) 

The sisters, directed by Roberto Malenotti (1969)

The bomb on television, episode of General Challenge, directed by Luigi Zampa (1970)

The salesman of death, directed by Lorenzo Gicca Palli (1971)





Sganarelle and the King's daughter, directed by Alessandro Fersen, (1960)

The wheel of Kings, directed by Giacomo Colli (1964)

Between dancing clothes , directed by Giacomo Colli (1965)

The red triangle, directed by Ruggero Deodato (1969)

At the last minute, directed by Ruggero Deodato (1973)



Past productions 


Poetry in Theater # 1 Raffaella Spaccarelli lyrics

The Carthaginian, Directed by Marco Mariani

Devilry, notes the anguish, of Alexander Fersen