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Amácio Mazzaropi

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Amácio Mazzaropi
Mazzaropi-Amácio.jpg
Mazzaropi, in a scene of Tristeza do Jeca (1961)
Born(1912-04-09)April 9, 1912
DiedJune 13, 1981(1981-06-13) (aged 69)
NationalityBrazilian
OccupationActor, Film director, Singer
Parent(s)Bernardo Mazzaroppi,
Clara Ferreira

Amácio Mazzaropi (São Paulo, April 9, 1912 - São Paulo, June 13, 1981[1]) was a Brazilian actor and filmmaker.[2][3] A comic performer from a circus background, he became popular in Brazil with his character Jeca Tatu, a portrayal of the rural caipira.[4] Mazzaropi debuted in cinema in 1951, with Sai da Frente. In 1958 he established his own film studio, PAM Filmes, producing and distributing his own movies. [5]

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Filmography

  • Sai da frente (1952) as Isidoro Colepicola
  • Nadando em dinheiro (1952) as Isidoro Colepícula
  • Candinho (1954) as Candinho
  • A Carrocinha (1955) as Jacinto
  • Fuzileiro do Amor (1956) as José Ambrósio / Ambrósio José
  • Chico Fumaça (1956) as Chico Fumaça
  • O Gato de Madame (1957)
  • O Noivo da Girafa (1958) as Aparício
  • Chofer de Praça (1959) as Zacarias
  • Zé do Periquito (1960)
  • Jeca Tatu (1960) as Jeca
  • As Aventuras de Pedro Malasartes (1960) as Pedro Malazartes
  • Tristeza do Jeca (1961) as Jeca
  • O Vendedor de Linguiça (1962)
  • Casinha Pequenina (1963) as Chico
  • O Lamparina (1964) as Bernardino Jabá
  • O puritano da rua Augusta (1965) as Punduroso
  • Meu Japão Brasileiro (1965) as Fofuca
  • O corintiano (1967)
  • O Jeca e a freira (1968)
  • Uma pistola para Djeca (1969) as Gumercindo
  • No paraíso das solteironas (1969)
  • Betão Ronca Ferro (1971)
  • O grande xerife (1972) as Inácio Pororoca
  • Um caipira em Bariloche (1973) as Polidoro
  • Portugal, minha saudade (1974) as Sabino
  • O Cineasta das Platéias (1975)
  • O jeca macumbeiro (1975) as Pirola
  • Jeca contra o Capeta (1976) as Poluído
  • Jecão...um fofoqueiro no céu (1977) as Jecão
  • O Jeca e seu filho preto (1978) as Zé
  • A Banda das Velhas Virgens (1979) as Gostoso
  • O Jeca e a égua milagrosa (1980) as Raimundo
  • Maria Tomba Homem - (not finished)

References

  1. ^ Minha História
  2. ^ Vera Cruz - Mazzaropi, O Caipira
  3. ^ Amácio Mazzaropi Archived January 31, 2008, at the Wayback Machine
  4. ^ Dennison, Stephanie; Shaw, Lisa (2004-11-27). Popular Cinema in Brazil: 1930-2001. Manchester University Press. ISBN 9780719064999.
  5. ^ Bueno, Eva Paulino (2012-07-03). Amácio Mazzaropi in the Film and Culture of Brazil: After Cinema Novo. Palgrave Macmillan. ISBN 9781137009197.

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