Friday, April 16, 2010
Rememberng Augusto Tiezzi
Augusto Ferrer Tiezzi was born on April 16, 1910 in Castagneto, Italy. He began his work as a camerman on 1935's “100 Days of Napoleon” and continued to working as a cinematographer until his last film on 1969's “Tarzana, the Wild Woman”. Over this period of time he filmed over 70 motion pictures. Among them were two Euo-westerns “The Lost Treasure of the Aztecs” (1964) and “Zorro, the Marquis of Navarra: (1969). Augusto died on October 19, 1990 in Rome, Italy. Today we remember Augusto Tiezzi on what would have been his 100th birthday.
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