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Michele Abruzzo

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Michele Abruzzo
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Michele Abruzzo in the movie Un caso di coscienza (1970)
Born(1904-12-29)29 December 1904
Died17 November 1996(1996-11-17) (aged 91)

Michele Abruzzo (29 December 1904 – 17 November 1996) was an Italian actor.

Born in Sciacca, Abbruzzo made his debut on stage at 12 years old.[1] Often regarded as the successor of Angelo Musco,[1] in 1958 he was one of the founders of the Teatro Stabile in Catania.[1] He announced his retirement in 1979, then he came back on stage in 1989, aged 85.[1]

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Year Title Role Notes
1920 A Legge
1938 A Lady Did It Luca Sardo
1948 I cavalieri dalle maschere nere Matteo
1953 I Chose Love Vitali
1956 Andalusia Express Uncredited
1957 Classe di ferro Maggiordomo
1957 La trovatella di Pompei Pasquale Rossi
1961 Pastasciutta nel deserto Il Maggiore
1963 Mad Sea Oreste - il fratello di Margharita
1965 Made in Italy The Commander (segment "2 'Il Lavoro', episode 2")
1970 Un caso di coscienza Barone
1972 The Sicilian Checkmate Zaccaria
1972 Il caso Pisciotta Procuratore della Repubblica
1974 Till Marriage Do Us Part Monsignor Pacifico
1975 Il fidanzamento Edmondo Guglielmi - father of Mirella


  1. ^ a b c d "E' morto Michele Abbruzzo". La Stampa. 19 November 1996. p. 23.

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