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Pasquale Festa Campanile

 

Pasquale Festa Campanile

Pasqual Festa Campanile
Born (1927-07-28)28 July 1927
Melfi, Basilicata, Italy
Died 25 February 1986(1986-02-25) (aged 58)
Rome

Pasquale Festa Campanile (28 July 1927 – 25 February 1986) was an Italian screenwriter, film director and novellist. He was born at Melfi and died in Rome.

Filmography

Director

  • Un tentativo sentimentale (1953)
  • La nonna Sabella (1957)
  • Le voci bianche (1964)
  • La costanza della ragione (1965)
  • Una Vergine per il Principe (1965)
  • Adulterio all'italiana (1966)
  • La cintura di castità (1967)
  • Il marito è mio e l'ammazzo quando mi pare (1967)
  • The Girl and the General (La ragazza e il generale) (1967)
  • The Libertine (La matriarca) (1968)
  • Scacco alla regina (1969)
  • Con quale amore con quanto amore (1969)
  • Dove vai tutta nuda? (1969)
  • When Women Had Tails (Quando le donne avevano la coda) (1970)
  • Il merlo maschio (1971)
  • Quando le donne persero la coda (1971)
  • La calandria (1972)
  • Jus primae noctis (film) (1972)
  • L'emigrante (1973)
  • Rugantino (1973)
  • La sculacciata (1974)
  • Conviene far bene l'amore (1975)
  • Dimmi che fai tutto per me (1976)
  • Il soldato di ventura (1976)
  • Autostop rosso sangue (1977)
  • Cara sposa (1977)
  • Come perdere una moglie e trovare un amante (1978)
  • Sabato, domenica e venerdì (1979)
  • Il ritorno di Casanova (1979)
  • Il corpo della ragassa (1979)
  • Gegè Bellavita (1979)
  • Il ladrone (1980)
  • Qua la mano (1980)
  • Nessuno è perfetto (1981)
  • Culo e camicia (1981)
  • Mano lesta (1981)
  • Bingo Bongo (1982)
  • La ragazza di Trieste (1982)
  • Più bello di così si muore (1982)
  • Porca vacca (1982)
  • Un povero ricco (1983)
  • Il petomane (1983)
  • Uno scandalo perbene (1984)

Screenwriter

External links

  • Internet Movie Database

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