Monday, November 2, 2009

Happy 95th Birthday Aldo Giordani

Aldo Giordani was born in Rome, Italy on November 2, 1914. He became a camera operator in 1937 on the film “Il signor Max” directed by Mario Camerini and starring Vittorio De Sica. His first film as a cinematographer was on 1943's “Apparizione” directed by Jean de Limur and starring Massimo Girotti and Alida Valli. He would finish his career in 1976 on the TV show “Orzowei, il figlio della savana”. During his 40 year career he was involved in seven Euro-westerns: “El Rojo” and “Kill or be Killed” (1966), “The Handsome, the Ugly and the Stupid” as Aldo Marini (1967), “Three Silver Dollars” (1968), “They Call Me Trinity” (1970), “Trinity is Still My Name” (1971), and “Man of the East” (1972). Today we celebrate Aldo Giordani's 95th birthday.

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