Elio Pandolfi

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October 28, 2021

Elio Pandolfi, born in Rome on June 17, 1926 and died in the same city on October 11, 2021, is an Italian actor, singer and voice actor.

Biography

Born in Rome, Elio Pandolfi graduated in accounting, and then enrolled at the Silvio d'Amico National Academy of Dramatic Art where he graduated in 1948. He made his stage debut the same year. He is mainly active in theater, musical theater, operetta and magazine. In the 1970s he formed on screen with Antonella Steni the "coppia d'oro" a successful couple of Italian scenes. Pandolfi also appears as an actor in a number of films, mostly in humorous roles. He has also been active as a voice actor.

Partial filmography

1952: Heureuse Époque (Other times - Zibaldone n. 1) by Alessandro Blasetti 1956: Does Totò leave or double? by Camillo Mastrocinque 1959: Le Fils du corsaire rouge (The son of the red corsair) by Primo Zeglio 1963: Objectif jupons (Girls goal) by Mario Mattoli 1964: L'Aigle de Florence (Il magnifico avventuriero) by Riccardo Freda 1966: For a few dollars less than Mario Mattoli 1973: Rugantino de Pasquale Festa Campanile 1985: Italian Surveys (series) 1999: Ferdinando and Carolina by Lina Wertmüller 2004: Stuffed peppers and fish in the face of Lina Wertmüller

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External links

Music Resources: Discogs Last.fm (en) AllMusic (en) Discografia Nazionale della Canzone Italiana Audiovisual resources: British Film Institute Internet Movie Database Rotten Tomatoes Show Resource: The Show Archives (it) "Elio Pandolfi in the world of dubbing", on Antoniogenna.net (it) "Official site of Elio Pandolfi", on Eliopandolfi.it Portal of Italian cinema Theater portal Television portal Music portal Rome portal

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