Mario Bianchi Adelchi Monter was born on January 7, 1939 in Rome, Italy. Mario entered the world of cinema by working with his father. This was following by working with Siro Marcellini, Ferdinando Baldi and Mario Bava.
His directorial debut came in 1971 at the age of thirty-two. Initially he made movies of various kinds: westerns, thrillers and even dramas in Naples, and later turning to the erotic genre in the mid-1980s. Later he would specialize in pornographic films.Bianchi became a specialist in his field and directed such well-known actors such as Rocco Siffredi, Roberto Malone, Moana Pozzi, Angelica Bella, Vampirella, Jessica Rizzo and Cicciolina.
The director has used several pseudonyms: David Bird, Frank Bronston, Alan W. Cools, Mark B. Light, Robert Martin, Martin, Nicholas Moore, Stuart Murphy, Renzo Spaziani, Cesar White, Martin White, Arthur Wolf, Tony Yanker, Jim Reynolds.
Bianchi was involved with sIX Euro-westerns. He was an assistant director on “Lola Colt” (1967), “Quinto: Fighting Proud” (1969) and “Shango” (1970). He directed: “In the Name of the Father, the Son and the Colt” (1971) as Frank Bronston, “Kill the Poker Player: (1972) as Alan W. Cools, and “Fast Hand is Still My Name” (1973 ) again as Frank Bronston.