Bruno Ve Sota

Total Box Office:
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Highest Rated:
86% The Last Time I Saw Paris (1954)
Lowest Rated:
29% Hells Angels on Wheels (1967)
Birthday:
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Birthplace:
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Bio:
Corpulent actor/director, best known as a featured player in numerous Roger Corman-produced and directed features of the late '50s. VeSota's earliest appearances are in key supporting roles in such films as Hugo Haas' B-thriller Bait (1954), but he began appearing in Corman's movies very early, with…

Filmography


MOVIES   

Rating Title Credit Box Office Year
Something Evil
  • Actor
-- 1971
60% Wild Rovers
  • Cantina Bartender
-- 1971
Single Room Furnished
  • Mr. Duck
-- 1968
29% Hells Angels on Wheels
  • Justice of the Peace
-- 1967
The Wild World of Batwoman (She Was a Hippy Vampire)
  • Seltzer
-- 1966
Creature of the Walking Dead
  • Actor
-- 1965
71% The Haunted Palace
  • Bartender
-- 1963
Attack of the Mayan Mummy
  • The Newspaper Editor
-- 1963
The Choppers
  • Moose McGill
-- 1961
Night Tide
  • Actor
-- 1961
73% A Bucket of Blood
  • Art Collector
-- 1959
45% The Wasp Woman (Insect Woman) (The Bee Girl)
  • Night Watchman
-- 1959
Daddy-O (Downbeat) (Out on Probation)
  • Sidney Chillas
-- 1959
70% Attack of the Giant Leeches (Attack of the Blood Leeches) (Demons of the Swamp)
  • Dave Walker
-- 1959
Rock All Night
  • Charlie
-- 1957
The Undead
  • Scroop
-- 1957
Carnival Rock
  • Slug
-- 1957
Teenage Doll
  • Fat Witness
-- 1957
Female Jungle (The Hangover)
  • Frank
-- 1956
Gunslinger
  • Zebelon Tabb
-- 1956
Dementia: Daughter of Horror
  • Actor
-- 1955
Jupiter's Darling
  • Bystander
-- 1955
Dementia (Daughter of Horror)
  • Rich Man
-- 1955
The Fast and the Furious
  • Truck Driver
-- 1954
Long Wait
  • Eddie Packman
-- 1954
86% The Last Time I Saw Paris
  • Actor
-- 1954
80% The Wild One
  • Simmonck
-- 1953

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Quotes from Bruno Ve Sota's Characters

    1. Scroop: Now there's a fine face to see on such a fine nice.
    From The Undead. Submitted by Kevin R (54 days ago)
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