The day of birth of Renzo Lucidi is not on record. He is an Italian Editor, known for Othello (1951), Il Boia di Lilla (1952), Fiamma che non si spegne (1949), Renzo Lucidi's first movie on record is from 1940. His last motion picture on file dates from 1952.
Renzo Lucidi Filmography [Auszug]
1952: [10.23] Il Boia di Lilla (Editor), Directed by Vittorio Cottafavi, with Yvette Lebon, Rossano Brazzi, Armando Francioli,
1951: [01.04] Una donna ha ucciso (Editor), Directed by Vittorio Cottafavi, with Lianella Carell, Frank Latimore, Alexander Serbaroli,
1951: [/ /1] Othello (Editor), Directed by Orson Welles, with Nicholas Bruce, Michael Laurence, Orson Welles,
1949: [/ /1] Fiamma che non si spegne (Editor), Directed by Vittorio Cottafavi, with Gino Cervi, Marķa Denis, Leonardo Cortese,
1940: [10.15] La canzone rubata (Editor), Directed by Max Neufeld, with Vivi Gioi, , Sandro Ruffini,
1940: [09.08] Cento lettere d'amore (Editor), Directed by Max Neufeld, with Armando Falconi, Vivi Gioi, Giuseppe Porelli,
1940: [07.20] La granduchessa si diverte (Editor), Directed by Giacomo Gentilomo, with Paola Barbara, Carlo Campanini, Giacomo Moschini,
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