Bruno Boschetti is among a long list of Italian supporting actors where virtually nothing is known. Most likely born in the 1940s he first appeared in films as a guerilla fighter in 1968’s “Bloody Che Contra” (Diary of a Rebel) directed by Paolo Heusch. He went on to appear in over 70 films and television appearances among which were fourteen Euro-westerns. He retired in after his final appearance in 1980’s “"L'ebreo fascista” (The Fascist Jew).
BOSCHETTI, Bruno [Italian] - TV actor.
Two Pistols and a Coward – 1968 (circus performer)
The Night of the Serpent – 1969
Sartana the Gravedigger – 1969 (barber)
Zorro in the Court of England – 1969 (government official)
Brother Outlaw – 1970 (Defense Attorney)
Matalo! - 1970
Bullet for a Stranger – 1971
Trinity is STILL My Name - 1971
Sting of the West – 1972 (maître d)
Chino - 1973 (cowboy)
The Man Called Invincible – 1973 (monk)
Seven Nuns in Kansas City – 1973 (Sam Delgado)
Three Musketeers of the West – 1973
Patience Has a Limit, We Don’t - 1974