Silvio Narizzano

Highest Rated: 90% Georgy Girl (1966)
Birthday: Feb 8, 1927
Birthplace: Not Available
Canadian film director Silvio Narizzano was educated at Bishop's University in Quebec and began his directing career on the stage, helming productions at the Mountain Playhouse in Montreal. He switched to the screen in 1952 when he began working for the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, producing shows like Tales of Adventure and ITV Play of the Week. Within a few years, he was directing more challenging shows like Saki and Paris 1900, along with memorable films like 1965's Die! Die! My Darling! and 1968's Blue. Narizzano continued to direct for the rest of his life, with movies like Why Shoot the Teacher? and TV series like Alleyn Mysteries, until he died in 1995 at age 84.

Highest Rated Movies



No Score Yet Bloodbath Director 1988
No Score Yet Choices Director 1981
No Score Yet Staying On Director 1980
No Score Yet Class of Miss MacMichael Director 1978
No Score Yet Why Shoot the Teacher? Director 1977
No Score Yet Come Back, Little Sheba Director 1977
No Score Yet Senza ragione, (Redneck) Director 1975
No Score Yet Poet Game Director 1972
No Score Yet Redneck Director Producer 1972
No Score Yet Loot...Give Me Money, Honey! Director 1972
No Score Yet Loot Director 1970
No Score Yet Blue Director 1968
90% Georgy Girl Director 1966
44% Die! Die! My Darling! Director 1965
No Score Yet 24 Hours in a Woman's Life Director 1961


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