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Pier Francesco Pingitore

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Pier Francesco Pingitore
Born (1934-09-27) 27 September 1934 (age 89)
Occupation(s)Film director
Height1.72 m (5 ft 8 in)

Pier Francesco Pingitore (born 27 September 1934) is an Italian director, screenwriter, playwright and author.

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Born in Catanzaro, Pingitore started his career as a journalist,[1] then he was with Mario Castellacci, Luciano Cirri and Piero Palumbo the founder in 1965 of the "Bagaglino" Theatre (originally named "Bragaglino" as a tribute to Anton Giulio Bragaglia) in Rome.[1][2] A year later, he published the song "Avanti ragazzi di Buda".[3][4] After a local success, from 1973 the stage company got a large success on television with the RAI variety show Dove sta Zazà? and with its numerous successor shows.[1][2][5] In 1968, Pingitore made his film debut directing a documentary about the protests of the European youth, then, from 1975 to 1983 and again in 1992 he wrote and directed a series of satirical comedies starred by Pippo Franco and by several components of the "Bagaglino" company, targeting various aspects of Italian society including political scandals, football, school, and the music industry.[2][6] In 2020, it was announced that Pingitore would be awarded the Knight's Cross of the Hungarian Order of Merit [hu] for writing "Avanti ragazzi di Buda".[4]


  1. ^ a b c Giorgio Dell’Arti, Massimo Parrini. Catalogo dei viventi. Marsilio, 2009. ISBN 9788831795999.
  2. ^ a b c Roberto Poppi (2002). I registi: dal 1930 ai giorni nostri. Gremese Editore, 2002. ISBN 8884401712.
  3. ^ Passa, Claudia (1 April 2020). "L'autore di 'Ragazzi di Buda': "Il mio inno contro il conformismo"". L'Occidentale (in Italian).
  4. ^ a b "Magyar állami kitüntetést kap az Előre budai srácok-dal szerzője". Magyar Hírlap (in Hungarian). 19 October 2020.
  5. ^ Aldo Grasso, Massimo Scaglioni. Enciclopedia della Televisione. Garzanti, 1996 – 2003. ISBN 881150466X.
  6. ^ Gianni Canova (2005). Enciclopedia del cinema. Garzanti, 2009. ISBN 881150516X.

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