Monday, November 17, 2014

Remembering Silvano Ambrogi

Silvano Ambrogi was born on November 17, 1929 in Rome, Lazio, Italy. He spent his childhood and youth in Migliarino Pisano, Italy
Bocca di Serchio and Marine Vecchiano inspired his first novel "Le svedesi", when he was 23 and published in 1959 by Feltrinelli. Seguiranno "L'ingrasso" 1968, by Feltrinelli; "Pottapia" 1970, by Feltrinelli; "Fermati Adamo" 1980, by Mondadori; "I vegeticoli", a romance serial was published which became a volume in "Il ritorno degli alberi perduti" 1991.
Silvano co-wrote the screenplay for one Euro-western 1984’s “Arrapaho”
The Roman artist died on July 2, 1996 in Rome of intestinal cancer.
Today we remember Silvano Ambrogi on what would have been his 85th birthday.
[Ambrogi is pictured on the left]

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