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Director, Actor - Italy
Born February 18, 1904 in Romea
Died February 9, 1967 in Romea

Mini-Biography:
Giorgio Bianchi was born on February 18, 1904 in Roma. He was an Italian Director, Actor, known for Io piaccio (1956), Uomini e gentiluomini (1959), Femmine di lusso (1960), Giorgio Bianchi's first movie on record is from 1929. Giorgio Bianchi died on February 9, 1967 in Roma. His last motion picture on file dates from 1967.

Filmography [Auszug]
1967: Assicurasi vergine (Director), with Valentino Macchi, Romina Power, Antonio Trieste,
1962: Totò e Peppino divisi a Berlino (Director), with Peppino de Filippo, Luigi Pavese, N Sanders,
1962: Avanti la musica (Director), with Fernandel, Gino Cervi, Franck Fernandel,
1962: Peccati d'estate (Island Affair) (Director), with Riccardo Garrone, Daniela Rocca, Dorian Gray,
1960: Femmine di lusso (Director), with Elke Sommer, Ivan Desny, Sylva Koscina,
1959: Uomini e gentiluomini (Director), with Vittorio De Sica, Silvia Pinal, Gustavo Serena,
1959: Il Moralista (Director), with Alberto Sordi, Sylvia Lopez, Vittorio De Sica,
1958: Gli Zitelloni (Director), with Aroldo Tieri, Mario Carotenuto, Walter Chiari,
1957: Il Conte Max (Director), with Tina Pica, Vittorio De Sica, Anne Vernon,
1956: Io piaccio (Director), with Lina Volonghi, Mario Carotenuto, Walter Chiari,
1955: Accadde al penitenziario (Director), with Aldo Fabrizi, Alberto Sordi, Mara Berni,
1955: Buona Notte, Avvocato! (Director), with Giulietta Masina, Mara Berni, Andrea Checchi,
1955: Buonanotte Avvocato (Director), with Alberto Sordi, Giulietta Masina, Mara Berni,
1954: L' Ombra (Director), with Märta Torén, Pierre Cressoy, Paolo Stoppa,
1954: Graziella (Director), with Maria Fiore, Jean Pierre Mocky, Tina Pica,
1951: Amor non ho... però però (Love I Haven't... But... But) (Director), with Renato Rascel, Gina Lollobrigida, Aroldo Tieri,
1951: Il caimano del Piave (Director), with Gino Cervi, Milly Vitale, Frank Latimore,
1950: Cuori sul Mare (Director), with Doris Dowling, Jacques Sernas, Milly Vitale,
1948: Una lettera all'alba (Letter at Dawn) (Director), with Fosco Giachetti, Olga Villi, Václav Vích,
1947: Fatalità (Director), with Amedeo Nazzari, Maria Michi, Massimo Girotti,
1947: Che tempi! (Director), with Walter Chiari, Gilberto Govi, Lea Padovani,
1940: San Giovanni decollato (Director), Directed by Amleto Palermi, with Totò, Titina De Filippo, Silvana Jachino,
1935: Scarpe al Sole (Editor), Directed by Marco Elter, with Camillo Pilotto, Cesco Baseggio, Carlo Lodovici,
1931: Resurrectio (Cast), Directed by Alessandro Blasetti, with Alexandresco, Lia Franca, Daniele Crespi,
1931: La Scala (Cast: Barritos, l'amante), Directed by Gennaro Righelli, with Maria Jacobini, Carlo Ninchi, Franco Coop,
1931: Patatrac (Cast), Directed by Gennaro Righelli, with Armando Falconi, Arturo Falconi, Maria Jacobini,
1929: La Grazia (Cast: Elias Desole ), Directed by Aldo de Benedetti, with Carmen Boni, Ruth Weyher,

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