Mario Fioretti was born on October 16, 1924 in Rome,
Lazio, Italy. Fioretti began his career as an assistant camera operator and
then as operator, he was committed for a long time in the field of documentary
filmography. In 1955 he debuted with a generally light feature film, “Oro,
donne e maracas” (1955) directed by Armando W. Tamburella. The following year,
1956, he began in earnest
and has since
continued in the business until the mid-1960s, showing his fondness for the
works of light comedy.
Fioretti was cinematographer on four Euro-westerns:
“Bullets and Flesh” (1964), “Two R-R-Ringos from Texas” (1967), “Black Jack”
(1968) and “Judge Roy Bean” (1971).
Mario died in Rome on June 3, 2008.
Today we remember Mario Fioretti on what would have been
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