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-[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/{{PAGENAMEE}}] [May 2007]+'''Gualtiero Jacopetti''' (born [[September 4]] [[1919]]) is an [[Italy|Italian]] [[Film director|director]] of [[documentary film]]s.
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 +He was born in [[Barga]], in northern [[Tuscany]]. He and his partner [[Franco Prosperi]] are the originators of [[Mondo film]]s, also called ''[[Shockumentary|shockumentaries]].
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 +==Filmography (Director)==
 +* ''[[Mondo Cane]]'', 1962
 +* ''La donna nel mondo'' (''Women of the World''), 1963
 +* ''Mondo Cane 2'', 1963
 +* ''[[Africa Addio]]'' (''Africa Blood and Guts'' or ''Farewell Africa''), 1966
 +* ''[[Addio Zio Tom|Addio zio Tom]]'' (''Goodbye Uncle Tom''), 1971
 +* ''Mondo candido'', 1975
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Gualtiero Jacopetti (born September 4 1919) is an Italian director of documentary films.

He was born in Barga, in northern Tuscany. He and his partner Franco Prosperi are the originators of Mondo films, also called shockumentaries.

Filmography (Director)

  • Mondo Cane, 1962
  • La donna nel mondo (Women of the World), 1963
  • Mondo Cane 2, 1963
  • Africa Addio (Africa Blood and Guts or Farewell Africa), 1966
  • Addio zio Tom (Goodbye Uncle Tom), 1971
  • Mondo candido, 1975




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