Italian film editor and director Raimondo Crociani died on June 14th in Santa Margherita di Belice, Agrigenter, Sicily, Italy. He was 77. Raimondo was born in Rome on January 14, 1946 and was a film editor on more than 150 films from 1970 until 2020. He worked as an editor on Terence Hills television series ‘Don Matteo’ in 2000 as well as 1982’s “Banana Joe” starring Bud Spencer. His only Euro-western was a film editor on 1971’s “Judge Roy Bean” starring Robert Hossein and Pierre Perret.