|Catalog Number||Subject||Title of Article||Source, Author and Date||Description|
||Mention in Other Subjects/Topics
||"Reception at the Ambassador Hotel"
||Motion Picture County Hospital newsletter
||Photo only. Taken at fundraiser for Motion Picture County Hospital, date unknown.||0700.9000
||Parents' Soup: Rachel to Rylan, The Best Named for your Baby, a Creative Guide to Proper Names
||Barbara Binswanger and Lisbeth Mark, 1990, Henry Holt & Co.
||Meaning behind Rossano's name.
||Marcello Mastroianni: His Life and Art
||by Donald Dewey, © Birch Lane Press, 1993
||A few mentions of Rossano in historical context of Italian film history. 19 pages.
||"Cupid? Cupid? Stupid! Stupid!"
||German text, without translation, partial copy. Rossano quoted in "Tangaslip": "Being impotent in The Barefoot
Contessa got their sympathy ..." [of the American women] Also filed: 1400.96. 2 pages
||"C'era una volte il Latin Lover"
||From the Internet: Rossano mentioned as a historical example of a "Latin Lover", 1 page
||"Days Of Our Lives: The Complete Family Album"
||Lorraine Zenka, date unknown
||Mention that the accent Joseph Mascolo uses for his character is Rossano Brazzi's. 2 pages
||"Una Hollywood di Serie B"
||Via the Internet, the history of the FERT (Turin).
||J. Peterman Company Manual #41B
||Description of the sort of man who would buy their canvas blazer: "In the city he's the Rossano Brazzi of banking."
||"XVI FantaFestival"\: I firm in concorso"
||Luigi de Angelis, Internet
||Festival held in Rome June 17-27, 1996, Rome, in honor of Lucio Fulci. Rossano listed as one of the "international
cast who worked with him.
||Quei vincitori dagli occhi neri
||Sergio Campana, Rimini Network
||Cinema dei partigiani initiated by "Tosca", starring Rossano Brazzi.. Cross-referenced with 0300.97 and 1400.9604
||Primal Gere Can't Save This Muddle of a Movie
||Bob Campbell, New Jersey Star-Ledger, 4/5/97
||Reference to "the profitable but dull plateau of 'leading man' - a level settled by the likes of George Brent, Rossano
Brazzi and, lately, Bill Pullman..." 2 pages
||Jupiter-Internet Award to Ornella Muti and Antonio Banderas
||The Internet Friends, Santa Monica, USA, Munich, Paris, by Mark Deauville
||Mention of Rossano as having been restricted as a result of being categorized as a Latin lover. 5 pages.
||It's Water Water Everywhere in Rome
||Copley News Service, by Judith Morgan @1997, 2/13/97
||"It is possible that my lifelong love of travel can be traced to Rossano Brazzi's lower lip."
||Kidnapped in Venice
||Les Villanyi, Portafortuna Travel Pages, 2/8/98, web site
||A character in his brief travelogue is described as looking like "a latter-day Rossano Brazzi".