Adolfo Lastretti was born on November 18, 1937 in Tempio, Pausania, Sardinia, Italy. Early in life Lastretti moved to Liguria, Rapallo, for the sake of the family business. Here he completed his educational studies and in 1957 starred in the short film “La spiaggia”. This was the beginning of his cinematic career. He settled in Rome, in the sixties and seventies and starred in several films in character and supporting roles. In total Adolfo appeared in over 35 film and television appearances sometimes billed as Peter Latrett, Aldo Lastretti, Alfonso Lastretti and Guy Ranson. Among his film appearances were four Euro-westerns: “Find a Place to Die” (1968), “Deaf Smith & Johnny Ears”, “Massacre at Fort Holman” (both 1972) and “Four of the Apocalypse” (1975). Today we celebrate Adolfo Lastretti’s 75th birthday.
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