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Guido Notari

 Asti 10 May 1893 – 21 January 1957 Rome 



Guido Notari, radio host and actor in the 1920s began working on trade to become Director of the Rinascente.Thanks to its clear voice and without detectable, compete for the title of announcer for Italian Radio EIAR, hearings, and he was hired as Chief announcer for the see of Rome until 1943, where then will continue to work for RAI. Will work alongside Vittorio Veltroni, Franco Charbonneau, Titta Artist, Francesco Sormano, Fulvio Palmieri, Vittorio Cramer, Farney, Pia Mallia and others. Later becomes the official voice in commenting on the newsreel documentary until the Light, and ' 50, and even official voice of Incom Week, from 1946 a few weeks before his death. He began his career as an actor in the movie I am his father, strongly wanted by Mario Bonnard. Recite in small parts, for about fifty films. In the film A special day by Ettore Scola, acted alongside Marcello Mastroianni as an announcer oppressed by the fascist regime because of his homosexuality. Notari was not a commentator or a columnist, but an announcer, who read the texts written by others, and did not perform the radio report of the visit of Hilter in Rome in 1938, organised by Vittorio Veltroni, who coordinated a group of radio announcers of the EIAR in Rome. And because the commentary is lost, the Director of the istituto Luce Scola, used a documentary, commented by the voice of Notari.





1939/ I, his father, by Mario Bonnard

1939/ Dance to the castle, Max Neufeld

1939/ A wife in danger, Max Neufeld

1939/ A star has fallen in the countryside, Eduardo De Filippo

1939/ Small hotel, Viki

1939/ The dream of Butterfly, by Carmine Gallone

1940/ Wealth without tomorrow, by Ferdinando Maria Poggioli

1940/ Yes'm, by Ferdinando Maria Poggioli

1940/ The conquest of the air, Romolo Marcellini

1940/ The last of the street, by Domenico Paolella

1940/ Manon Lescaut, by Carmine Gallone

1940/ The dance of the millions, by Camillo Mastrocinque

1940/ Here's the radio!, by Giacomo Gentilomo

1940/ The siege of the Alcazar, by Augusto Genina

1940/ Midnight Charm, by Mario Baffico

1940/ Aunt forgetful, of Ladislaus Vajda

1941/ Night of Fortune, by Raffaello Matarazzo

1941/ Don Buonaparte, by Flavio Calzavara

1941/ Vertigo, by Guido Brignone

1942/ M.A.S., by Romolo Marcellini

1942/ Only a kiss, by Giorgio Simonelli

1942/ Dangerous game, by Nunzio Malasomma

1942/ Benghazi, by Augusto Genina

1942/ Signorinette, by Luigi Zampa

1943/ Chronicles of two centuries, by Giovacchino Forzano

1943/ Skyscrapers, by Guglielmo Giannini

1943/ Dating at night, by Nunzio Malasomma

1943/ Air People, Esodo Pratelli

1943/ Spies among the propellers, by Ignazio Ferronetti

1943/ Short circuit, by Giacomo Gentilomo

1943/ Square Sepulchre, by Giovacchino Forzano

1943/ The timeless home, Chimezie

1944/ Resurrection, by Flavio Calzavara

1944/ The ten commandments, by Giorgio Walter Chili

1946/ The ghost of death, by Giuseppe Guarino

1946/ Next to him was shaking all over Rome, by Carmine Gallone

1947/ Genevieve of Brabant, by Primo Zeglio

1947/ The King's Courier, by Gennaro Righelli, 1947/