In 1972, Ferzetti starred opposite , , and in 's boxing drama,. Ferzetti appeared in the crime film, 1957 , for directors and , opposite , , and. He then took a break from film acting, instead making a succession of theatrical appearances until a small role in Lost Happiness Felicità perduta, 1946 and 's uncredited, 1948. Quando Primo viene a sapere che suo figlio è stato ucciso, come to a decision di comunque di approfittare della tragedia in line with salvare la sua azienda dalla crisi. Ferzetti starred as an inspector in the crime picture, , directed by. In order to improve her acting skills, she attended many drama, voice and dance seminars and workshops in Rome, London and Vienna, where she studied at the Film Shule with Dunja Tot , Doris Hicks , Michael Margotta.
Ferzetti's most important performance in 1969, and arguably the role he is most associated with, internationally, was his role as distinguished organized crime boss in the 1969 feature. Ferzetti as in 1969 In 1969, Ferzetti starred in 's crime film,. Hunt had spotted Ferzetti in an Italian film, which he and were supposed to be reviewing another actor in, and both were immediately drawn to Ferzetti and persuaded the producers to test Ferzetti. He starred alongside and and played Hans, a psychiatrist, one of his most notable roles. He also had a role in 's Trois chambres à Manhattan , 1965 , a film which incidentally featured a young in an uncredited role. Archived from on 22 January 2013.
In 's musical comedy, 1964 , he appeared alongside , , and and in 1965 , alongside , and played the role of Vic Dermatt in 's French crime drama, Crime on a Summer Morning, also 1965 , alongside , , and. Uncredited for his next role in , he was credited for 's also from 1942. Directed by , Ferzetti plays the father of , who promises James Bond a handsome dowry for marrying her; they fall in love and marry anyway. Ferzetti played the role of Field Marshal opposite , , , and. He also had an uncredited role in 's American picture,. Ferzetti began to work on American projects.
Ferzetti's first leading role was in the film 1950. Anche Rai Due ha deciso di modificare il suo palinsesto in keeping with rendere omaggio A Bernardo Bertolucci, uno dei più grandi maestri del cinema italiano, deceduto oggi all'età di 77 anni. Roles now came in abundance for Ferzetti, from the crime comedy Benvenuto, reverendo! The film, shot on location in , was adapted from 's novella 1949. He starred as in 's biblical epic, 1966 , based on the book of , opposite , , , , and Huston himself as , the narrator, the serpent, and God. For his performance, Ferzetti received an award from the Italian National Syndicate of Film Journalists, and further cemented his status as a leading actor in Italy by appearing alongside Lollobrigida. The film involves the and a group of French drug lords.
Da segnalare che anche Iris ha cambiato il film della sua prima serata consistent with omaggiare Bernardo Bertolucci. A series of appearances in crime films followed, including , 1972 , and 1973 , directed by. Ferzetti was cast in this romantic comedy, set in the , alongside , , , , , , , and. Rome, Italy Occupation Actor Years active 1942—2015 Children 1 Gabriele Ferzetti born Pasquale Ferzetti; 17 March 1925 — 2 December 2015 was an Italian actor with more than 160 credits across film, television, and stage. Given the film's dark and disturbing themes, and a somewhat ambiguous moral clarification at the end, The Night Porter has tended to divide audiences and was accused of mere sensationalism. He portrayed Enrico in 's comedy picture, Diciotto anni dopo, 2010 , which featured in the lead role.
. He also appeared in 's and 's television series both from 1997. The latter film was set during the in 1943 during the Second World War, and saw Ferzetti feature alongside and. In the 1970s, he appeared in a significant number of crime films, often as an inspector. His only other films of the period were 1987 , directed by , in which he starred alongside , , and , and , directed by 1988. He studied at the in Rome, but was expelled.
He did however appear in the film 1994 , but his only major role of the 1990s was as the in 1995 , directed by. The film, based on the book by , explores the mental tortures facing the vice-minister of the Foreign Affairs of Czechoslovakia when he is imprisoned. Directed by , the film is set in in 1728. Ferzetti died on 2 December 2015, aged 90. Ferzetti starred as in 's biblical epic, 1966 , and played railroad baron Morton in 's 1968. The film, based on a novel by , united Ferzetti and Gina Lollobrigida once again in the leading roles.
He made his international breakthrough as an oversexed, restless playboy, Sandro, in 's also 1960. The antiquity drama, set in Rome, was warmly received. Ferzetti starred in 's 1960 , followed by 's both 1960. Alle sul canale di Mediaset andrà in onda uno dei capolavori del regista Il tè nel deserto, il movie del 1990 con John Malkovich e Debra Winger.
The film was entered into the. The film depicts the political continuity between wartime Nazism and post-war Europe, and the psychological continuity of characters locked into compulsive repetition of the past. He was perhaps best known to non-mainstream audiences for his role as the psychiatrist, Hans, in 's 1974. It was a considerable success at the and was nominated for a. La tragedia di un uomo ridicolo, impreziosito dalla fotografia di Carlo Di Palma e dalle musiche di Ennio Morricone, racconta di Primo Spaggiari Tognazzi , benestante industriale caseario di umili origini contadine che si è fatto da sé, sposato con Barbara Anouk Aimée , elegante e sofisticata donna francese.
He later appeared in 's , a romantic comedy which saw him feature alongside , , and. The film was screened at the. The film was nominated for a. After a series of romantic performances, he acquired a reputation in Italy as an elegant, debonair, and somewhat aristocratic looking leading man. Ferzetti appeared in 's comedy drama based on the play by , 1954 , playing the character of Ludovico Nota alongside , , and , and in also 1954 , under the directorship of.