Tuesday, May 21, 2013

Remembering Enzo Pulcrano

Vincenzo Pulcrano was born on May 21, 1943 in Acerra, Campania, Italy. As Enzo Pulcrano and Paul Crain he appeared mainly in 1970 films. Among his best remembered films were “Squadra antifurto” (1976) by ​​Bruno Corbucci in which he played the part of Salvatore Trapani. In 1978 he worked with Bruno Corbucci in the making of the film “Squadra antimafia” where he played the part of Masino. He appeared in minor roles in several films such as “I padroni della città” (1976) by Fernando Di Leo. His only starring role was in “La banda Vallanzasca, poliziottesco” directed by Mario Bianchi in 1977. In addition to being an actor Enzo also worked as a screenwriter in the drama of Marcello Zeani  “A pugni nudi” (1974).
As Paul Crain he appeared in 8 Euro-westerns from “Brother Outlaw” in 1971 to “Everything for a Friend” in 1973. Pulcrano died in Rome on February 28, 1992.
Today we remember Vincenzo Pulcrano on what would have been his 70th birthday.

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