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Franco Lechner

(1931-05-22)22 May 1931
Died21 August 1987(1987-08-21) (aged 56)
Years active1966-1987
Height1.68 m (5 ft 6 in)
Giorgio Bracardi, Renato Nicolini [it], and Bombolo, at an anti-fast food demonstration in Piazza di Spagna, 20 April 1986
Giorgio Bracardi, Renato Nicolini [it], and Bombolo, at an anti-fast food demonstration in Piazza di Spagna, 20 April 1986
Bombolo, 1983
Bombolo, 1983

Franco Lechner, best known as Bombolo[1] (22 May 1931 – 21 August 1987), was an Italian character actor and comedian.

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Life and career

Born in Rome into a humble family, a former peddler of dishes, Lechner was discovered in a tavern by Franco Castellacci and Pierfrancesco Pingitore, who entered him in their cabaret company "Il Bagaglino".[2] He got a large popularity in cinema as the sidekick of Tomas Milian in a successful series of half-serious poliziottesco films directed by Bruno Corbucci.[2] He was also partner of Enzo Cannavale in a number of comedy films.[3] He died at age 56 as a result of complications following a major surgical operation.[2] Decades later, his characteristic slang, and particularly his distinctive "tze tze", remain popular among the younger generations.[3]

Partial filmography


  1. ^ "bombolo". Retrieved 27 October 2022. tubby person
  2. ^ a b c Michele Anselmi (24 August 1987). "Muore Bombolo, fu comico "pe caso"". L'Unità.
  3. ^ a b Massimo Giraldi; Enrico Lancia; Fabio Melelli (2006). Cento caratteristi del cinema italiano. Gremese Editore, 2006. pp. 37–38. ISBN 8884403839.

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