Giorgio Stegani

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Giorgio Stegani (actually Giorgio Stegani Casorati , born October 13, 1928 in Milan ) is an Italian film director and screenwriter .


Stegani studied political science in Florence until 1951 , then lived in Bologna for a few years and then moved to Rome to write film scripts. Introduced through his acquaintance with Jean Renoir , he was responsible for the scripts for adventure and other genre films from 1955, often in collaboration with Giorgio Ferroni until 1970 . After a documentary film in 1957, he began working as a director of the second staff in 1960 and was given the opportunity to direct independently for the first time in 1964, first for the Italian version of a co-production with Germany, then for a spaghetti western .

He drew almost all of his films as George Finley , only his last films he published under his own name. After a break of over ten years, he returned to work as a screenwriter for Lamberto Bava in the mid-1980s .




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  1. ^ Roberto Poppi: Dizionario del cinema italiano, I registi, Gremese 2002, p. 412/413