Marcello Mastroianni 1924 - 1996
Mastroianni became internationally famous from starring in the Fellini film La Dolce Vita (1960) about a jaded tabloid reporter who wants to get away from Rome and work on the novel he claims is his true calling, but he is unable to break free from the decadent lifestyle and superficiality of the world of celebrity.
Mastroianni made many other films, and holds the record for the most Oscar nominations for a non-American actor, for: Divorzio aal'italiano (1963), A Special Day (1977), and Dark Eyes (1987).
Original Page April 20, 2014
- Beauty and the Beast - 1946
- Barricade - 1950
- The Disembodied - 1957
- The Frisco Kid - 1935
- The Twonky - 1953
- Meet John Doe - 1941
- Day of Anger - 1967
- Central Park - 1932 - Joan Blondell has trouble on her hands when she gets suckered into helping a gangster to rob a charity event. Though this film stars Joan and Wallace Ford, it also features the American Great Depression which is the background for the hunger and desperation that flavors the film.