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Tullio Carminatti

  • Highest Rated: 98% Roman Holiday (1953)
  • Lowest Rated: 43% War and Peace (1956)
  • Birthday: Not Available
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  • Born to a family of Italian aristocrats, Tullio Carminati hardly needed to work for a living. Even so, he was a professional actor by the age of 15 and a film performer at 18. He divided his time in the 1920s between romantic leads in films and meaty co-starring assignments on stage, often in the company of the great Eleanora Duse. His first American film was the 1925 silent mystery The Bat, in which his natural charm and charisma was harnessed to thoroughly mislead the audience. The best of his American talkies was One Night of Love (1934) wherein he appeared opposite opera diva Grace Moore. From 1935 onward, Carminatti starred in English and European films, briefly dropping from public view during the war years. Re-emerging as a suave character actor in the late 1940s, Tullio Carminatti kept working until 1963, when he was seen in his final film, Otto Preminger's The Cardinal.

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

Movies

Rating

Title

Credit

Box
Office

Year

50% The Cardinal Cardinal Giacobbi 1963
No Score Yet Heningway's Adventures of a Young Man Rosanna's father 1962
92% El Cid Priest 1961
No Score Yet A Breath of Scandal Albert 1960
43% War and Peace Kuragin 1956
No Score Yet Joan of Arc at the Stake Fra Domenico 1954
98% Roman Holiday Gen. Provno 1953
No Score Yet La Beauté du Diable (Beauty and the Devil) Diplomat 1950
71% One Night of Love Giulio Monteverdi 1934
No Score Yet The Bat Moletti 1926
No Score Yet The Duchess of Buffalo Vladimir Orloff 1926

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