Rossano Brazzi VHS Video Library


Rossano Brazzi VHS Video Library

(Includes One Audio Cassette)

Last Updated: Saturday, September 1, 2002

Ritorno (1939), in Italian

Il processo e morte di Socrate (1940), in Italian

Kean (1940), in Italian

Tosca (1940), in Italian

Il re si diverte/Rigoletto (1941), in Italian

Il bravo di Venezia (1941), in Italian

I due Foscari (1942), in Italian

La gorgona (1942), in Italian

Il treno crociato (1942), in Italian

Noi Vivi/Addio Kira (1942), in Italian with subtitles

Noi Vivi/Addio Kira (1942), in Italian, without subtitles

La casa senza tempo (1943), in Italian

Silenzio, si gira (1943), in Italian

Il Passatore/The Ferryman (1947), in Italian

Little Women (1949)

Piccole donne (1949), in Italian without subtitles

Romanzò d’amore/The Life of Toselli (1950), in Italian

Revenge of the Black Eagle (1951)

Il boia di Lilla (1952), in Italian

La barriera delle legge/Barrier of the Law (1953), in Italian, dubbed

La contessa di Castiglione (1954), in Italian

Three Coins in the Fountain (1954)

The Barefoot Contessa (1954)

Summertime/Summer Madness (1955)

Tempo d’estate (1955) in Italian

Legend of the Lost/Timbuctu (1957)

The Story of Esther Costello/The Golden Virgin (1957)

Interlude (1957)

Interludio (Italian)

South Pacific (1958)

A Certain Smile (1958)

Art Linkletter: People Are Funny (1958)

The Dinah Shore/Chevy Show (TV 12/1/58)

Napoleon ad Austerlitz (1959) – cut version

Austerlitz (1959) – Italian

Count Your Blessings (1959)

Il marito latino (1959), in Italian

L’assedio di Siracusa (1960) in Italian

Light in the Piazza (1961)

Light in the Piazza (1961), in Italian

Rome Adventure (1962)

Mondo Cane (1962)

La rossa/Die rote/The Redhead (1962)

L’intrigo/Dark Purpose (1963), in Italian

Il natale che quasi non fu/The Christmas That Almost Wasn’t (1965)

The Battle of the Villa Fiorita (1965)

La ragazza di bersaglieri (1966), in Italian

The Bobo (1967)

Il magnifico bobo (1967), in Italian

Woman Times Seven (1967)

One Step to Hell (1968)

Melissa (1968), in Italian

The Italian Job (1969)

Krakatoa, East of Java (1969)

Krakatoa, Est di Java (1969), in Italian

The Adventurers (1970)

Attenzione alla puttana santa/Beware of a Holy Whore (1970)

Mr. Kingstreet’s War/Heroes Die Hard (1970)

Coralba (1970), in Italian, telenovela, 5 hours, in Italian

Il giorno di giudizio/Drummer of Vengeance (1971), dubbed

Senza Lasciare Traccia (1972), in Italian

Frankenstein’s Castle of Freaks/Il castillo della paura (1973)

Il castillo della paura (1973), in Italian

Il cavalliere Costante Nicosia/Dracula in Brianza (1975), in Italian

Il tempo degli assassini/Time of Assassins (1975), dubbed

Two Minute Warning (1976) additional footage (Brazzi role only)

Charlie’s Angels (TV, 1979), “Angels on Skiis”

Mister Too Little (1979)

Io e Caterina (1980), in Italian

A Time for Miracles (TV, 1981)

The Final Conflict (1981)

Conflitte finale (1981), in Italian

La Promessa (1981), in Italian

Il paramedico (1982) in Italian

The Love Boat (TV, 1982, two part episode)

La voce (1983)

Fear City (1984)

The Far Pavilions (TV, Made for cable, 1984)

Final Justice (1984)

Formula for A Murder (1985)

La casa maladetta (aka “Formula for A Murder”) (1985), in Italian

Cristopher Columbus (mini-series for TV, 1985)

Cristoforo Colombo (mini-series for TV, Italian, 1985)

Russicum: The Third Solution (1987), dubbed

Russicum: The Third Solution (1987), Italian

The Ruth Rendell Mysteries (1990)

Fotogrammi mortali/Fatal Frames (1996)

Ci vediamo in TV(1999), Italian. A talk show and musical in two parts that includes a long interview with Alida Valli. She discusses “Noi Vivi” and Rossano at length, and the documentary also includes long sequences from the film. This is a 1999 edition – very current.

Il Castello di Sabbia (Date unknown). A documentary of the history of actors and actresses who had to work during the Fascist and Nazi regimes. The documentary is two hours long and includes 2 long interviews with Rossano, who talks about Zara Leander & Co. Date unknown at this time, but is described as an “old edition”.

Rossano & Lidia Brazzi interview, 1978, en route to Rome from Los Angeles, conducted by Camillo Moscati, 5 minutes, in Italian, Audio cassette only.

Related Subjects

1955 Academy Awards. Awards won by “The Barefoot Contessa”, and the song “Three Coins In The Fountain”. Rossano does not appear to be in attendance.

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