Andrea Scotti in Lo voglio morto (1968)
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Andrea Scotti (born 27 August 1931) is an Italian film and television actor.
Born in Naples, Andrea Scotti attended at the Centro Sperimentale di Cinematografia in Rome, graduating in 1956.During his career he was mainly active in genre films, particularly peplum, Spaghetti Western and crime films, He was sometimes credited Andrew Scott.
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