Fabrizio De Angelis
|Other names||Larry Ludman|
|Occupation||Director, screenwriter, producer|
Fabrizio De Angelis is an Italian director, screenwriter and producer.
Born in Rome, De Angelis started his career in the 1970s as a producer of genre films, often collaborating with Lucio Fulci, Joe D'Amato, Enzo G. Castellari and Umberto Lenzi.In 1983 he adopted the stage name Larry Ludman and debuted as director and screenwriter with the action film Thunder Warrior , whose success led to two sequels. He got another major success with Il ragazzo del kimono d'oro (aka Karate Warrior), a ripoff of The Karate Kid which generated six films and a TV miniseries, all written, produced and directed by De Angelis.
|Violent Rome||1975||Yes||Production manager|
|Emanuelle Around the World||1977||Yes|
|Day of the Cobra||1980||Yes||Executive producer|
|The House by the Cemetery||Yes|
|The New York Ripper||1982||Yes|
|1990: The Bronx Warriors||Yes|
|The New Barbarians||1983||Yes|
|Operation Nam||1986||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes||Screen story writer|
|Zombie Holocaust||N/A||Yes||Screen story writer|
|Thunder Warrior II||N/A||Yes||Yes||Yes||Screen story writer|
|Colpo di Stato||N/A||Yes||Yes||Yes||Screen story writer, set designer|
|Karate Warrior||N/A||Yes||Yes||Yes||Screen story writer|
|Il ragazzo dal kimono d'oro 2||N/A||Yes||Yes||Yes||Screen story writer|
|Killer Crocodile||N/A||Yes||Yes||Yes||Screen story writer|
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