Giulio Questi  

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Giulio Questi (18 March 1924 – 3 December 2014) was an Italian film director and screenwriter.

Questi was born in Bergamo. He wrote short stories and filmed several documentaries before he started as assistant director and script writer in the movie business.

He is best known for the films La morte ha fatto l'uovo and Django Kill! (If You Live Shoot!).

Questi died in Rome, aged 90.

Filmography

  • Giocare (Play) (short) (1957)
  • Nudi per vivere (Knots for Life) (documentary) (1964)
  • Amori pericolosi (Dangerous Loves, segment "Il passo") (1964)
  • Se sei vivo spara (If You Live Shoot aka Django Kill!) (1967)
  • La morte ha fatto l'uovo (Death Laid an Egg) (1968)
  • Arcana (1972)
  • Vampirismus (TV movie) (1982)
  • Quando arriva il giudice (When the Judge Arrives) (TV mini-series) (1986)
  • Non aprite all'uomo nero (Don't Open to the Black Man) (TV movie) (1990)
  • Il segno del comando (The Sign of the Commando) (TV movie) (1992)





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