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Oreste Biancoli

(Bologna 1897 – Roma 1971)

 

 

Parents Count Carlo and Matilde Badia. After completing high school, he enrolled in law school, he had to stop because he called in the army, but in 1918 he resumed his studies and graduated three years later. Deals with journalism, collaborating with Il resto del carlino and Century in Milan. Signing articles and movies with the pseudonyms Silvio d'arena and Hobbies, and wrote his first play the man of Birzulah, along with Falconi, the work that is represented in Milan, by company Almirante-Tofano in 1926. Always with the Falcons, in 1927, leads the chat radio programme, and a year later leaves the journalistic profession to devote himself to the theatre. In 1937 it makes its first film, tonight at eleven, of which he is the author; the task of Director ends in the early 1950s, the movie black feathers, but continues to screenwriter. He is the author of numerous plays and theatrical variety, along with Dino Falconi, and after the war will deal with political satire. Bajaj is a screenwriter of the film bicycle thievesHe died in Rome in 1971

 

 

Filmography

 

1930/ The call of the heart, the screenplay, by Jack Salvatori

1930/ The private secretary, screenplay by Goffredo Alessandrini 

1932/ Model Wanted, screenplay, Emmerich Wojtec Emo

1932/ The last adventure, subject, by Mario Camerini

1933/ The Secretary for All, subject, Amleto Palermi

1933/ Just married, subject, by Guido Brignone

1933/ Seven days a hundred Liras, subject, by Nunzio Malasomma

1933/ One night with you, screenplay, by Ferruccio Biancini

1933/ Lisetta, screenplay, by Carl Boese

1936/ Cavalry, screenplay, by Goffredo Alessandrini

1936/ Wandering Weddings, subject, by Guido Brignone

1937/ Nina non far to stupid, screenplay, by Nunzio Malasomma

1937/ Tonight at eleven, author and Director

1938/ At your orders, Madame ..., screenplay, by Mario Mattoli

1938/ Friendship

1938/ Daddy's mazurka, author and Director

1938/ Thousand pounds per month, subject, Max Neufeld

1939/ The legacy in racing, screenplay and direction

1939/ Frenzy and script too, by Mario Bonnard

1940/ Dad Martin's gerla, screenplay by Mario Bonnard

1940/ Small alpine, screenplay and direction

1941/ The fortune teller, screenplay and direction

1941/ The dream of all, subject, screenplay and direction

1941/ The tramp, screenplay, by Carlo Borghesio

1942/ Giarabub, screenplay by Goffredo Alessandrini

1942/ Us alive, screenplay, by Goffredo Alessandrini

1943/ Saint Helena, small island, screenplay, by Renato Simoni

1946/ The Bandit, screenplay, by Alberto Lattuada

1946/ Fatal Symphony, screenplay, by Victor Stoloff

1946/ Tehran, screenplay, by William Freshman and Giacomo Gentilomo

1947/ Heart, screenplay, by Duilio Coletti

1948/ Bicycle thief, the screenplay, by Victory De Sica

1949/ Heart of the sea, the screenplay, by Giorgio Bianchi

1949/ The flame goes out, screenplay by Vittorio Cottafavi

1949/ Sicilian Vespro screenplay, by Giorgio Pàstina

1950/ The caimano del Piave, screenplay, by Giorgio Bianchi

1951/ Tomorrow is another day, the screenplay, by Léonide Moguy

1951/ Other times – Zibaldone n. 1, screenplay, directed by Alessandro Blasetti

1952/ Art. 519 penal code, screenplay, Leonardo Cortese

1952/ Songs of half a century, the screenplay, by Domenico Paolella

1952/ Don Camillo, screenplay by Julien Duvivier

1952/ Black feathers, screenwriter, author and Director

1952/ The voice of silence, screenplay, by Georg Wilhelm Pabst

1952/ Wanda the Sinner, screenplay, by Duilio Coletti

1953/ Half-century love, screenplay, by Antonio Pietrangeli

1953/ Variety, screenplay, by Domenico Paolella

1953/ Scampolo ' 53, script, by Giorgio Bianchi

1954/ One Hundred Years of Love, screenplay ep. Love ' 54, by Lionello De Felice

1954/ Lightning Division, screenplay, by Duilio Coletti

1954/ A free woman, screenplay by Vittorio Cottafavi

1954/ Cardinal Lambertini, screenplay, by Giorgio Pàstina

1954/ The great hope, screenplay, by Duilio Coletti

1954/ The slave of sin, subject, by Raffaello Matarazzo

1954/ A Parisian Lady in Rome, subject, by Erich Kobler

1954/ Red and black, screenplay, by Domenico Paolella

1954/ In the gurgling of sin, screenplay by Vittorio Cottafavi

1955/ Songs from across Italy, screenplay, by Domenico Paolella

1956/ Desert lovers, screenplay, by Flavio Calzavara

1956/ Eyes without light, screenplay, by Flavio Calzavara

1957/ The Song of Destiny, screenplay, by Marino Girolami

1957/  The Green age, screenplay, by Bruno Jori

1958/ Sunday is always Sunday, screenplay, by Camillo Mastrocinque

1958/ Are no longer guaglione, screenplay, by Domenico Paolella

1959/ Gladstone, screenplay, by Mario Bonnard

1959/ The moralist, screenplay, by Giorgio Bianchi

1959/ Death of a friend, subject, by Francesco Rosi

1959/ Winter holidays, screenplay, by Camillo Mastrocinque

1960/ Crimen, screenplay, directed by Mario Camerini

1960/ Luxury females, screenplay, by Giorgio Bianchi

1960/ Genitori in blue jeans, screenplay, by Camillo Mastrocinque

1960/ Joseph sold to brothers, Screenwriting, by Irving Rapper

1960/ The delights of Saturday night, screenplay by Daniele d'anza

1960/ Maciste in the Valley of the King, scenarios and scripts, by Carlo Campogalliani

1960/ We Hard, screenplay, by Camillo Mastrocinque

1961/ The invansors, screenplay, Mario Bava

1961/ Maciste at the court of the Grand Khan, screenplay, by Riccardo Freda

1961/ Maciste in the land of cyclops, screenplay, by Antonio Leonviola

1961/ Marco Polo, screenplay, by Peter Pierotti

1961/ Pontius Pilate, screenplay, by Gian Paolo Callegari

1962/ Songs of yesterday, today, tomorrow's songs songs and script too, by Domenico Paolella

1962/ The masseuses, screenplay, by Lucio Fulci

1962/ Maciste in Hell, screenplay, by Riccardo Freda

1962/ My friend Benito, screenplay, by Giorgio Bianchi

1964/ The bridge of sighs, screenplay by Piero Pierotti

1962/ The fixed idea, story and screenplay, by Gianni Puccini and Mino Guerrini

 

 

Theatre

 

Triangles, by Dino Falconi and Oreste Biancoli, directed by Dario Niccodemi, Teatro Manzoni, Milan

The city of fireflies, rivista di Dino Falconi and Oreste Biancoli

Ah ... Here we go again!, magazine of Falcons and Biancoli

W and down with, by Riccardo Morbelli, directed by Bajaj, Bajaj and 

Garinei and Giovannini, magazine De Tuddo and Monicelli, directed by Oreste Biancoli

2 , rivista di Garinei and Giovannini De Tuddo, Monicelli directed by Oreste Biancoli

A year later, lyrics and directed by Oreste Biancoli

Quo vadis?, Journal of Biancoli, falcons and Vali,

Red and black, Ciorciolini and Mantoni magazine Biancoli

 

Radio RAI varieties

 

1953/ The memoirs of Mr. Tal de Such, weekly variety Biancoli e Franco Zeffirelli

1965/ From today to yesterday, radio Fantasy by Oreste Biancoli e Franco Scaglia, directed by Riccardo Mantoni

 

RAI tv variety show

 

1954/ Anthology of humor by Biancoli, Falconi, Marcello Mastroianni, Vittorio Metz, Scarnicci, Renzo Tarabusi, Silva, directed by Mario Landi