Felice Montagnini was born on March 11, 1902 in Turin, Piedmont, Italy. Montagnini was involved in classical music as well as film scores. He was also a conductor for the Orchestra Torinese. He is credited with over 40 film scores and is best known for his work on “L'uomo dall'artiglio” (1931), “Frutto acerbo” (1934) and “Canto, ma sottovoce...” (1946). He died on February 20, 1966 in Rome, Lazio, Italy. Felice composed the score for one Euro-western 1950’s “The Return of Pancho Villa”.
MONTAGNINI, Felice (aka Montagnini, M°. Montagnani, F. Montagnini, M°. Montagnini) [3/11/1902, Turin, Piedmont, Italy – 2/20/1966, Rome, Lazio, Italy] – composer, conductor, voice actor.
The Return of Pancho Villa – 1950 (co)