|Died||22 January 1973 79) (aged|
Giulio Battiferri (15 July 1893 – 22 January 1973) was an Italian actor. He appeared in more than one hundred films from 1939 to 1972. He was married to the actress Pina Piovani.
Born in Rome, Battiferri started his career on stage in 1913, working alongside his wife Pina Piovani in the Romanesco dialect stage company Compagnia Romanesca directed by Gastone Monaldi  With this and other companies directed by Monaldi he toured nationally and abroad, performing in England, France, Spain and South America.  After the death of Monaldi, he specialized in the revue genre. .
Sporadically active in films of the silent era, starting from 1939 he became one of the most active Italian character actors of his time.  He was the brother of the silent film actress Fernanda Battiferri. 
|1936||Tredici uomini e un cannone|
|1939||I, His Father|
|Follie del secolo||L'uomo con il cartellone pubblicitario|
|1940||Validità giorni dieci||Il signore nervoso sul treno|
|One Hundred Thousand Dollars||Un radiotelegrafista||Uncredited|
|The Palace on the River|
|The Siege of the Alcazar||L'aiutante del Capo di Stato Maggiore||Uncredited|
|The Pirate's Dream||Un falso pirata||Uncredited|
|La fanciulla di Portici||Guzman|
|La zia smemorata||Il cameriere del bar|
|Non me lo dire!||Il capo dei creditori|
|The Daughter of the Green Pirate||Un pirata||Uncredited|
|1941||The King's Jester||Il portiere dell'albergo Reale|
|Il prigioniero di Santa Cruz||Il capitano Leroux||Uncredited|
|Schoolgirl Diary||Il giardiniere||Uncredited|
|Il cavaliere senza nome|
|The King Has Fun||Uno dei rapitori di Gilda|
|The Betrothed||Un rivoluzionario||Uncredited|
|Solitudine||Il portiere dell'albergo|
|Oro nero||Il galante corteggiatore di Grazia|
|La fortuna viene dal cielo||Il commissario|
|The Adventures of Fra Diavolo||Un brigante|
|Il leone di Damasco|
|Before the Postman||Pietro, un tranviere||Uncredited|
|We the Living||Member of the Epuration Commission||Uncredited|
|La morte civile||Un forzato||Uncredited|
|I due Foscari||Il primo soldato|
|Il fanciullo del West||Jim, il postiglione|
|1943||Dagli Appennini alle Ande||Sultano, un contadino|
|Rita of Cascia||Lampo - il servo spia del barone||Uncredited|
|The Last Wagon||Un vetturino|
|1944||Macario Against Zagomar||Un 'apache'|
|Mist on the Sea||Il direttore della ditta commerciale|
|1946||Before Him All Rome Trembled||Bruno|
|1947||La primula bianca|
|Bicycle Thieves||Citizen Who Protects the Real Thief||Uncredited|
|1949||Marechiaro||Il marinario invidisio|
|1950||Streets of Sorrow||Mario|
|Margaret of Cortona||Contadino pronto al linciaggio|
|Against the Law|
|The Bread Peddler||Jules Labroue|
|Figaro Here, Figaro There|
|1951||The Devil in the Convent|
|Tomorrow Is Another Day|
|I'm the Capataz|
|Love and Blood|
|Shadows Over Naples|
|Three Steps North|
|Cameriera bella presenza offresi...||Un vetturino||Uncredited|
|The Passaguai Family||The Taxi Driver||Uncredited|
|Porca miseria||The Grocer|
|1952||Torment of the Past||Peppino|
|The Eternal Chain|
|Red Shirts||Un civile||Uncredited|
|Toto and the King of Rome||Guardiano||Uncredited|
|La colpa di una madre|
|The Mute of Portici||Andrea|
|Non è vero... ma ci credo||The Prosecutor|
|Il tallone di Achille||Giornalaio|
|1953||Good Folk's Sunday||Uncredited|
|The Daughter of the Regiment|
|Bread, Love and Dreams||Vice Brigadiere Bolognini|
|La figlia del forzato|
|1954||The Island Monster||Il rapitore|
|It Takes Two to Sin in Love|
|Letter from Naples||Juan|
|Prima di sera||Portiere|
|Loving You Is My Sin||Tanzi - the police commissioner|
|1955||Il mantello rosso|
|Beautiful but Dangerous||Uncredited|
|La moglie è uguale per tutti||The Nightclub Waiter in Leopoldo Rossi's Dream||Uncredited|
|Il campanile d'oro|
|Lo spadaccino misterioso|
|The Violent Patriot|
|1957||The Black Devil|
|The Mysteries of Paris||Georges|
|Il cocco di mamma||The Nightclub Manager|
|The Mighty Crusaders||Ambasciatore mussulmano|
|1958||The Pirate of the Black Hawk||Nerone|
|The Sword and the Cross||Centurione Romano|
|1959||The Pirate and the Slave Girl||Drunkard at the Tavern|
|1960||Knight of 100 Faces||Bertuccio|
|Queen of the Pirates||The Boatswain|
|Pirates of the Coast||Doctor|
|1961||Queen of the Seas||Prison Guard|
|Rage of the Buccaneers||Tortuga's first man|
|1962||His Days Are Numbered||Spartaco|
|Charge of the Black Lancers||Il carceriere di Mascia|
|Gladiator of Rome||Spy Slave|
|Lo sceicco rosso||Carceriere|
|Tiger of the Seven Seas||Puertorican, the Innkeeper|
|1964||Hercules and the Black Pirates|
|White Voices||Meo's Father|
|1965||L'avventuriero della Tortuga||Pirate #1|
|1966||Superargo Versus Diabolicus|
|Duck, You Sucker!||Miguel||(final film role)|
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