Corbucci, Sergio

DIRECTOR (ITALY)
BORN 6 Dec 1927, Roma - DIED 1 Dec 1990, Roma
GRAVE LOCATION Roma, Lazio: Cimitero Monumentale del Verano, Piazzale del Verano, 1 (Ampliamento, section 133, row 97, grave 92)

Sergio Corbucci is best remembered for his violent westerns like "Jango" (1966) and "Navaja Joe" (1972). Before that he had worked as a film critic and he had directed low budget movies. After the westerns "Grand Canyon" (1964, directed together with Albert Bland) and "Minnesota Clay" (1965), "Django" featuring Franco de Nero was his first succes and he collaborated with Franco Nero in two other movies.

During the 1970s and 1980s he mostly directed comedies. The critics didn't like his movies but he had a cult reputaton. Director Bruno Corbucci was his younger brother.

Related persons
• is brother/sister of Corbucci, Bruno

Sources
Internet Movie Database
Internet Movie Database

Images

The grave of Bruno and Sergio Corbucci at the Cimitero Monumentale al Verano, Rome.
Picture by Androom (24 Jan 2010)

 


Corcos, Vittorio Matteo

Published: 4 Jan 2015
Last update: 4 Jan 2015