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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Bruno Corbucci (October 23, 1931 – September 7, 1996) was an Italian screenwriter and film director. He was the younger brother of Sergio Corbucci, and wrote many of his films. He was born in Rome, where he also died. The vast majority of his directorial efforts are lowbrow comedies. He also directed I figli del leopardo, a parody of Il gattopardo. His biggest success came with the long-running "Nico Giraldi" series, which starred Tomas Milian as a foul-mouthed Roman policeman. His 1971 film Io non spezzo... rompo was shown as part of a retrospective on Italian comedy at the 67th Venice International Film Festival.
October 23, 1931, Rome, Lazio, Italy
September 7, 1996
1963 Toto and CleopatraWriter 1963 The Monk of MonzaWriter 1965 Totò d'ArabiaScreenplay 1966 DjangoScreenplay 1968 The Great SilenceScreenplay 1975 Di che segno sei?Writer 1976 L'affittacamereWriter 1977 Messalina, Messalina!Story and Director 1980 I'm Getting a YachtScreenplay 1982 Banana JoeScreenplay 1982 The Haunted HouseDirector, Writer, and Veterinario 1983 Thieves and RobbersDirector, Screenplay, and Conductor 1985 Miami SupercopsDirector, Screenplay, and Mann in Stadium 1986 AladdinScreenplay and Director 1987 Stuff for the RichWriterLimited to the 15 most popular items