Wednesday, November 22, 2023

Who Are Those Guys ~ Consalvo Dell’Arti


Consalvo Dell’Arti was an Italian supporting and character actor born in Brindisi, Puglia, Italy on January 21, 1914. He was one of Italy’s busiest actors in the early 1960s He participated in a considerable number of films and TV appearances, some 130, even appearing in ten to fifteen a year. He often was seen in minimal roles, which denied him from reaching stardom. He had a melodic and well-set voice and appeared in 10 Spaghetti westerns among that are worth mentioning are “Uccidete Johnny Ringo” (Kill Johnny Ringo) in 1965 starring Brett Halsey, “Thompson 1880 in 1996 where he played Sheriff Braddock, “Killer Kid” in 1967 with Anthony Steffen where he plays the Major and “Una pistola per cento bare” (A Pistol for 100 Coffins) starring Peter Lee Lawrence and John Ireland where he played Judge Jefferson. He continued to act until the mid-1970s, and then retired to private life, except for a few sporadic appearances in the1990s, such as in “Io spero che me la cavo” in 1992 and “Ninfa plebea” in 1996.

Consalvo died in Rome on November 30, 2005, at the age of 91.

Dell’ARTI, Consalvo (aka Consalvo Del'Arti, Consanlvo Dell'Arte) [1/21/1914, Brindisi, Puglia, Italy – 11/30/2005, San Cesareo, Rome, Lazio, Italy] – film, TV actor.

Bullets and Flesh – 1964 (judge)

Kill Johnny Ringo - 1965

Cisco – 1966 (Lowett/Lowell)

A Stranger in Paso Bravo - 1966

Thompson 1880 - 1966 (Sheriff Braddock)

If You Want to Live... Shoot! - 1967 (railway manager)

Killer Kid – 1967 (Major)

A Pistol for 100 Coffins – 1968 (Judge Jefferson)

Zorro the Fox – 1968 (Don Gil)

Return of Shanghai Joe - 1974 (Manuel’s father)

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