Alberto Cardone Scriptwriter

Alberto Cardone (1920–1977) was an Italian film director, screenwriter, second unit director and film editor of the 1960s. Cardone is best known for his Spaghetti Western films of the 1960s. He is best known for directing the films Seven Dollars on the Red, One Thousand Dollars on the Black (1966) and Twenty Thousand Dollars for Seven (1969). In many of his films he worked with actor Anthony Steffen.

Personal details

Date of birth
September 16th, 1910
Place of birth
Genoa
Nationality
Kingdom of Italy,Italy
Date of death
October 20th, 1977 at age of 67
Place of death
Rome, Italy

Movies directed

Average rating of directed movie by genre

GenreNum. of titlesAvg. rating
Western45.93
Adventure25.0
Action25.05
Title Year Budget Awards Producers Co-directors Writers External resources
Kidnapping! Paga o uccidiamo tuo figlio
Western
1969
One Thousand Dollars on the Black
Western
1966
Mario Siciliano
Vittorio Salerno
Killer's Carnival
Action,Adventure,Crime
1966
Louis Soulanes
Mario Siciliano
Vittorio Salerno
Seven Dollars on the Red
Western
1966
Mario Siciliano
Arnaldo Francolini
Melchiade Coletti
Juan Cobos
Black Eagle of Santa Fe
Western
1965
Valeria Bonamano
13 Days to Die
Action,Drama
1965
Damon and Pythias
Adventure
1962
Franco Riganti
Franco Riganti

Wikipedia

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