Dardano Sacchetti (born 1944) is a screenwriter who often worked with Italian directors Lamberto Bava and Lucio Fulci.
Sacchetti was born in 1944.His first screen credit was for Dario Argento's film The Cat o' Nine Tails . He predominantly worked with Lucio Fulci and Lamberto Bava.
He has worked with several television film projects with Lamberto Bava in the later half of the 1980s.Sacchetti stated that for his screenplays, he would only learn who the director would be a week before the film went into production.
Producers such as De Angelis would come to him and ask him to write two to five lines for a film in various genres such as adventure films, westerns and pornography.Following this posters would be made for the films. When Foreign production had found interest in his write-ups, he would state that De Angelis would phone him and tell him which of the stories he had potential to sell and to write the scripts immediately.
He has worked with several television film projects with Lamberto Bava in the later half of the 1980s.As of 2017, Sacchetti was still writing for film and television.
|Screenwriter||Screen story author||Other|
|The Cat o' Nine Tails||1971||Yes|
|A Bay of Blood||Yes|
|Manhunt in the City||1975||Yes||Yes|
|Mark of the Cop||Yes||Yes|
|Mark Shoots First||Yes||Yes|
|Rome Armed to the Teeth||1976||Yes|
|Free Hand for a Tough Cop||Yes||Yes||||
|Mark Strikes Again||Yes|
|The Cynic, the Rat and the Fist||1977||Yes|
|A Man Called Magnum||Yes||Yes|
|Sette note in nero||Yes||Yes|
|City of the Living Dead||1980||Yes||Yes|
|The House by the Cemetery||Yes|
|The New York Ripper||1982||Yes|
|The Scorpion with Two Tails||Yes|
|Amityville II: The Possession||Yes||Uncredited|
|1990: The Bronx Warriors||Yes||Yes|
|A Blade in the Dark||Yes||Yes|
|The Atlantis Interceptors||Yes||Yes|
|Warriors of the Year 2072||1984||Yes||Yes|
|Cut and Run||Yes||Yes|
|Specters||1987||Yes||Sacchetti claims he did not work on this script.|
|The Teddy Bear||1994||Yes|
|L'importante è non farsi notare||1979||N/A||Yes|
|Scusi lei è normale?||N/A||Yes||Yes|
|La cameriera seduce i villeggianti||N/A||Yes|
|The Last Hunter||N/A||Yes|
|Pierino il fichissimo||N/A||Yes||Yes|
|Pierino la peste alla riscossa||N/A||Yes||Yes|
|Exterminators of the Year 3000||N/A||Yes||Yes|
|Thunder Warrior II||N/A||Yes||Yes|
|Colpo di Stato||N/A||Yes||Yes|
|Delta Force Commando||N/A||Yes||Yes|
|I predatori della pietra magica||N/A||Yes||Yes|
|Il ragazzo dal kimono d'oro 2||N/A||Yes||Yes|
|Afganistan - The Last War Bus||N/A||Yes||Yes|
|Bye Bye Vietnam||N/A||Yes||Yes|
|I ragazzi del 42° plotone||N/A||Yes||Yes|
|L'angelo con la pistola||N/A||Yes||Yes|
|Il ragazzo dal kimono d'oro 3||N/A||Yes||Yes|
|Italia '90 - Notti magiche||N/A||Yes||Yes|
|Blood of the Losers||N/A||Yes||Yes|
|Roma nuda... come tutto ebbe inizio||2013||N/A||Yes||Yes|
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