Giuseppe La Torre

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Director of Photography - Italy
Born November 11, 1915 in Romea
Other names or known as : Joseph L. Tower,

Mini-Biography:
Giuseppe La Torre was born on November 11, 1915 in Roma. He is an Italian Director of Photography, known for A tale of five cities (1951), Violette nei capelli (1941), La granduchessa si diverte (1940), Giuseppe La Torre's first movie on record is from 1940. His last motion picture on file dates from 1971.

Giuseppe La Torre Filmography [Auszug]
1971: La ragazza dalle mani di corallo (Director of Photography), Directed by Luigi Petrini, with Bernard de Vries, Gianni Dei, Susanna Levi,
1969: Quinto: non ammazzare (Quinto: Fighting Proud) (Director of Photography), Directed by Léon Klimovsky, with Giuseppe Cardillo, Sarah Ross, Alfonso Rojas,
1968: La vuole lui... lo vuole lei (Director of Photography), Directed by Mario Amendola, with Riccardo Garrone, Gisella Sofio, Lijudmila Lijulovna,
1967: Occhio per occhio, dente per dente (An Eye for an Eye, a Tooth for a Tooth) (Director of Photography: (AKA Joseph L. Tower)), Directed by Miguel Iglesias, with Giacomo Rossi Stuart, Giuliano Raffaelli, Lea Nanni,
1967: Lola Colt (Black Tigress, Face to Face with El Diablo, Frontier Tigress, Mean and Black) (Director of Photography), Directed by Siro Marcellini, with Lola Falana, Pietro Martellanza, German Cobos,
1967: Tecnica per un massacro (Blueprint for a Massacre, Agente Z55: Atomic Secret) (Director of Photography), Directed by Roberto Bianchi Montero, with German Cobos, María Mahor, Franco Ressel,
1951: A tale of five cities (A Tale of Five Women) (Director of Photography), Directed by Romolo Marcellini, Emil Edwin Reinert, with Bonar Colleano, Barbara Kelly, Anne Vernon,
1941: Brivido (Director of Photography), Directed by Giacomo Gentilomo, with Umberto Melnati, María Mercader, Carlo Campanini,
1941: Violette nei capelli (Director of Photography), Directed by Carlo Ludovico Bragaglia, with Lilia Silvi, Carla Del Poggio, Irasema Dilián,
1940: La canzone rubata (Director of Photography), Directed by Max Neufeld, with Vivi Gioi, Nino Taranto, Sandro Ruffini,
1940: Cento lettere d'amore (Director of Photography), Directed by Max Neufeld, with Armando Falconi, Vivi Gioi, Giuseppe Porelli,
1940: La granduchessa si diverte (Director of Photography), Directed by Giacomo Gentilomo, with Paola Barbara, Carlo Campanini, Giacomo Moschini,

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