Thursday, February 18, 2021


Bruno Corazzari was born in Castellarano, Reggio Emilia, Italy on December 30, 1940. He started his career in the second half of the 1960s, playing minor roles in a number of Spaghetti Western films, usually being cast as an evil gunslinger or a member of the villain's band. After a few years he got roles of greater weight in other genres, namely giallo, police and adventure films. Late in his career he was sometimes billed as Richard Harley. Bruno was also active in art films, working with Marco Bellocchio, Franco Brocani and Maurizio Ponzi, among others. Since late 1970s Corazzari has focused his activities on television, appearing in numerous TV-movies and series, sometimes in main roles. Corazzari is also a voice dubber.

CORAZZARI, Bruno (aka Richard Harley) [12/30/1940, Castellarano, Reggio Emilia, Italy –     ] – theater, film, TV, voice actor.

Halleljuah for Django - 1966 (Jarrett henchman)

Death Rides a Horse - 1967 (Walcott's bartender)

Vengeance is Mine – 1967 (Gary)

Ace High – 1968 (Deputy Charlie)

Belle Starr – 1968 (Pinkerton man)

A Taste of Death - 1968 (Scaife/Skede)

Death Rides a Horse – 1968 (bartender)

The Great Silence - 1968 (Charlie)

A Long Ride from Hell - 1968 (Shorty Yeager)

The Mercenary - 1968

Once Upon a Time in the West - 1968 (Cheyenne henchman)

Vengeance is Mine - 1968 (Gary)

Adiós, Sabata - 1970 (Hertz)

Gunman in Town – 1970 (Heinz)

Light the Fuse... Sartana Is Coming - 1970 (Sam Puttnam)

A Man Called Sledge - 1970 (Bice)

Roy Colt and Winchester Jack - 1970 (‘The Reverend’ henchman)

Stagecoach of the Condemned - 1970 (Anthony, Tony Stevens)

Drummer of Vengeance – 1971 (Bill)

Vendetta at Dawn – 1971 (Rod Fargas)

4 of the Apocalypse… - 1974 (Lemmy)

Red Coat – 1974 (Logan)

Thunder Warrior – 1983 (Frank) [as Richard Harley]

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