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Oreste Bilancia (24 September 1881 – 31 October 1945) was an Italian film actor.
Born in Catania, Sicily he was a star of Italian films in the silent era. He worked during the 1920s in Weimar Germany which had the largest European film industry of the era. He appeared in 134 films between 1915 and his death in 1945.
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