Nino Marchesini

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Nino Marchesini
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Born1895
Died13 January 1961(1961-01-13) (aged 65–66)
Rome, Italy
OccupationActor
Years active1931-1961

Nino Marchesini (1895 – 13 January 1961) was an Italian actor. [1] He appeared in more than seventy films from 1931 to 1961.

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Filmography

YearTitleRoleNotes
1931La stella del cinemaDirettore di produzione
1937 The Ferocious Saladin Fani
1939 We Were Seven Widows Un ufficiale di bordo
L'amore si fa cosìIl direttore della Banca
Lo vedi come sei... lo vedi come sei? Il banditore d'astaUncredited
Le educande di Saint-CyrAubry
1940Arditi civili
Antonio Meucci Il presidente del tribunale
The Siege of the Alcazar Un ufficialeUncredited
Abandonment Il medico
Love Me, Alfredo!
Non me lo dire! Un cliente del negozio
The Daughter of the Green Pirate Il capitano dell'Esperanza
1941L'ultimo combattimento
Beatrice Cenci Il castellano dei Colonna
Amore imperiale
1942Paura d'amareIl conte Mariani
Invisible Chains Un membro del consiglio d'amministrazione
A che servono questi quattrini? Mattia, il maggiordomo del marchese
M.A.S.Il comandante Ascerti
Fedora Il secondo servo di casa Yariskine
La signorina
The Countess of Castiglione Connot
I due FoscariIl pubblico ministero
Colpi di timoneEnrico Negri
Malombra L'ingeniere PerrierUncredited
La donna del peccato
1943 Dagli Appennini alle Ande Il comandante della nave
The White Angel Il rettore del collegio
Enrico IVUn amico di Belcredi
1944La fornarina: Vida e Amores de RafaelIl governatore di Roma
1945 The Ten Commandments
1947La revanche de Baccarat
La mascotte dei diavoli blu
Rocambole
1948Lohengrin
Baron Carlo Mazza Il nuovo rico
1949 Chains L'avvocato dell'accusaUncredited
1950 Paolo e Francesca Count Guido
Toto Looks for a Wife Il signor Marco
La figlia del mendicante
Figaro Here, Figaro There Mario
Bluebeard's Six Wives Ispettore
Lo Zappatore Padre Di Carlo
1951 Nobody's Children Il medico
1952 Who Is Without Sin Il marescialloUncredited
Redenzione
1953 Noi peccatori Il direttore dell'ospedale
Vortice
Siamo ricchi e poveri
Finalmente libero!
1954 Torna! Il notaio
Concert of Intrigue Il colonello medico
The Pilgrim of Love Presidente MFU
Il barcaiolo di Amalfi
Trieste cantico d'amoreconte Claudio
Peppino e la vecchia signora
La campana di San Giusto
I cinque dell'Adamello
1955 The Miller's Beautiful Wife Il barone
Cantami buongiorno tristezzaCommendator Salviati
1956Storia di una minorenne
I miliardariRuggero Lovatelli
Ciao, pais...
1957Io, CaterinaGregorio XI
1959 Conspiracy of the Borgias
Il cavaliere senza terra
The Black ArcherSer Alvise
1962 Hawk of the Caribbean Viceking of Santa Cruz(final film role)

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References

  1. Enrico Lancia (2003). Gli Attori Vol. 2 M-z - 8884402697. Gremese Editore. pp. 22–23. ISBN   978-88-8440-269-1.