Luigi Scattini

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Luigi Scattini (born May 17, 1927 in Turin , † July 12, 2010 in Rome ) was an Italian film director .


Scattini, who has a law degree, began his film career as a critic and theorist for magazines such as Gente and Oggi ; In the 1960s he made industrial films and from 1963 also produced some documentaries such as Sexy magico and Svezia, inferno e paradiso (in which Máh-Ná-Máh-Ná was heard for the first time ). He also shot a number of feature films, including the comedy Ein General and two more idiots with Buster Keaton . After two films as a producer in 1975 and the following year, he was mainly occupied with dubbing directing from the 1980s.

Scattini is the father of actress Monica Scattini . Sometimes he was referred to as Arthur Scott .

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  1. ^ Roberto Poppi: Dizionario del cinema italiano, I Registi, Gremese 2002, p. 43