Paolo Panelli

(Rome, 15 July 1925-Rome, 19 May 1997)

 

He began his theatrical career after graduating from the National Academic drama Rome, after having taken the first steps on stage as an actor Revue, debuts in 1946 with The Cherry Orchard, working on Piccolo Teatro of Rome until 1951, devoting himself more and more to the world of radio and television, thanks to the interpretation of the musical comedies of Garinei and Giovannini: Goodnight Bettinathe adorable Julius anda Trapeze for LisitrattaHe had a great passion for wood and in particular for the inlay.

In an interview published on a rotogravure, claimed to have started fiddling with the wood at age eight. IlConte Tacchia playing the role of the father of the protagonist, does the work of Carpenter.

In 1959 he won the silver microphone Award for best tv personality of the year for conducting a historic Edition of Canzonissima, along with Delia Scala and Nino Manfredi. The same program also led the 1968 Edition along with Mina and Walter Chiari. He worked alongside the brilliant actress wife Bice Valori, with her was the star of numerous television shows since 1952, when the two actors were married, among these include Pep small encyclopedia Panelli of 1963, special for us of 1971, But that evening of 1978. In 1961 he starred in the musical comedy Rinaldo in Field of Garinei and Giovannini, with Domenico Modugno, Delia Scala, Franco Franchi and Ciccio Ingrassia, as "Chiericuzzu", in which, the comic actor, gives a great test, even by dramatic actor, at the moment of death of the character. He was a regular guest in almost all successful tv and radio shows, playing various characters including the taxi driver. Pacino has demonstrated his comic, and sometimes irreverent interpreter of the Roman characters, but also of the caricaturist vices of Italian middle.

 

Theatre

 

La famiglia dell'antiquario of Goldoni, directed by Alfredo Zennaro, 1946

And he says ... by Benecoste, directed by Adolfo Celi, 1947

The fair of the masks, rmplementation of Vito Pandolfi, with Nino Manfredi, Tino Buazzelli, Arnoldo Foà, 1947

Christ killed by Gian Paolo Callegari, directed by Guido Salvini, Teatro La Fenice in Venice, 1948

Long-nosed and short legs by Pietro Garinei and Sandro Giavannini, 1948

Don Giovanni or the stone guest by Moliere, directed by Orazio Costa, with Nino Manfredi, Tino Buazzelli and Bice Valori, 1949

The legend of Liliom by Ferenc Molnar, Director Orazio Costa, with Nino Manfredi, and Bice Valori, 1949

Shakespeare's twelfth night, directed by Orazio Costa, Nino Manfredi, Anna Proclemer, Bice Valori, 1950

Three-act plays (the friendship, the dead don't scare, the success of the day) by Eduardo De Filippo, directed by Eduardo De Filippo, with Nino Mafredi, Bice Valori, 1952

Le Bourgeois gentilhomme, Molière, directed by Tabari, Pavlova, 1952

Upstream, by Vittorio Metz and Marcello Marchesi, with Walter Chiari, Domenico Modugno, Bice Valori, Gino Bramieri, 1953

Without a net, by Alberto Bonucci, and Paolo Panelli, with Monica Vitti, and Francesco Mulé .1954

Goodnight, Bettina, Piero and Sandro Giovannini, Garinei, with Walter Chiari, and Delia Scala, 1956

The adorable Giulio di Pietro Garinei e Sandro Giovannini, with Carlo Dapporto, Delia Scala, Paolo Panelli, Teddy Reno, 1957

A Trapeze to Lysistrata di Pietro Garinei e Sandro Giovannini, with Mario Carotenuto, Nino Manfredi and Delia Scala, 1958

Rinaldo in campo di Pietro Garinei e Sandro Giovannini, with Domenico Modugno, Delia Scala, Franco Franchi and Ciccio Ingrassia, 1961

Dawn, day and night by Dario Niccodemi, directed by Luciano Mandolfo, with Bice Valori, and Elio Pandolfi, produced by Garinei, and Giavannini, 1966

La Bottega del Caffè, Goldoni, directed by Giuseppe Patroni Griffi, 1967

No sex please we're British, a. Marriot, directed by Pietro Garinei and Sandro Giovannini, with Johnny Dorelli, Alida Chelli, and Bice Valori, 1973

Add a seat at the table, Garinei, Giovannini, Iai Fiastri, directed by Garinei e Giovanni with Johnny Dorelli, Bice Valori, Elio Pandolfi, Gloria Guida, 1980

 

Filmography

 

1942 / Alpha Tau

 

1948 / Guarany of Riccardo Chilly

 

1948 / goodbye, Daddy

 

1949 / Swallows in flight

 

1950 / against the law

 

1950hearts at sea

 

1951 / Parigi è sempre Parigi

 

1951 / L’ultima sentenza

 

1952 Solo per te Lucia, regia di Franco Rosi

 

1952Moglie per una notte

 

1953Scampolo

 

1953/ I sette dell’orsa maggiore

 

1953 / La voce del silenzio

 

1954/ Ridere! Ridere! Ridere, regia di Edoardo Anton

 

1954/ Divisione Folgore

 

1954/ La grande speranza

 

1954Ho scelto l’amore

 

1955/ La moglie è uguale per tutti

 

1955Bella non piangere

 

1957/ I diritti

 

1958/ Mia nonna poliziotto

 

1958/ Le dritte

 

1960/ Noi duri, regia di Camillo Mastrocinque

 

1960/ I Teddy boys della canzone, regia di Domenico Paolella

 

1960/ Ladies, directed by Turi Vasile

 

1961/ Akiko by Luigi Filippo D'Amico

 

1961/ The killer

 

1961/ Cronache del ' 22

 

1963/ We are all pomicioni

 

1963/ The shortest day

 

1964/ The Martians have 12 hands

 

1965/ Amore all'italiana

 

1965/ I kill, you kill, episode "the dance of the hours"

 

1966/ Rita la Zanzara

 

1966/ Forgiveness

 

1966/ Me, me, me and others

 

1967/ Other, others, and us

 

1968/ Zum Zum Zum, the song that goes through my head

 

1969/ Gli infermieri della mutua

 

1970/ Midnight love affair

 

1970/ On the day of the Lord

 

1982/ Il conte Tacchia

 

1983/ Sing Sing

 

1983/ This and that

 

1986Department stores

 

1987/ Those of the helmet

 

1989/ Splendor

 

1991/ Towards Evening

 

1992/ Parenti serpenti

 

Television

 

1989/ The guys at 3° c

 

1989/ The traffic COP, directed by Castellano e Pipolo, episode the old man where I put it?

 

1994/ Crazy family

 

1996/ Crazy family 2