Eduardo De Filippo

Eduardo De Filippo

  • Highest Rated: 88% Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow (Ieri, oggi, domani) (1963)
  • Lowest Rated: 63% The Canterbury Tales (1971)
  • Birthday: May 24, 1900
  • Birthplace: Naples, Campania, Italy
  • Italian filmmaker Eduardo de Filippo directed, co-wrote, and appeared in all of his films of the late '50s through the mid '60s. Born Eduardo Passarelli, he is the son of Neopolitan actors, and got his own start at age 13 when he joined Eduardo Scarpetta's Neapolitan troupe. He, his brother Peppino De Filippo and his sister Tina De Filippo teamed up in 1932 to found their own theatrical company. The following year, they brought their unique theater to Italian film. The trio remained together through WW II and then went their separate ways. In addition to directing films, Eduardo has written plays and adapted some of them, such as Napoli Milionaria into feature films.

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No Score Yet The Mayor of Rione Sanità Screenwriter 2019
No Score Yet Il sindaco del Rione Sanità Screenwriter 2019
No Score Yet Side Street Story (Napoli milionaria) Director Actor Screenwriter 2015
No Score Yet Filumena Marturano Screenwriter Actor Director 2011
63% The Canterbury Tales Actor 1971
No Score Yet Shoot Loud, Louder...I Don't Understand Screenwriter Uncle Nicola Director 1966
No Score Yet Oggi, domani, dopodomani (Kiss the Other Sheik) (The Man, the Woman and the Money) Director Actor 1965
No Score Yet Marriage Italian Style Screenwriter 1964
88% Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow (Ieri, oggi, domani) Screenwriter 1963
No Score Yet Everybody Go Home! Innoncenzi's Father 1962
No Score Yet Ghosts Of Rome (fantasmi A Roma) Principe 1961
No Score Yet The Gold of Naples (L'oro di Napoli) (Every Day's a Holiday) Ersilio Miccio, the professor 1955
No Score Yet Frisky (Pane, Amore e Gelosia) Screenwriter 1954
No Score Yet Napoletani a Milano (Neapolitans in Milan) Director Salvatore Aianiello 1953
No Score Yet The Seven Deadly Sins Eduardo Producer Director 1952


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