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  • Angelo Rossitto - Wikipedia

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    Angelo Salvatore Rossitto (February 18, 1908 – September 21, 1991) was an American dwarf actor and voice artist. He had dwarfism and was 2'11" (89 cm) tall, and was often billed as Little Angie or Moe. Angelo first appeared in silent films opposite Lon Chaney and John Barrymore.On screen he portrayed everything from dwarfs, midgets, gnomes and pygmies as well as monsters, villains and aliens ...

  • Angelo Rossitto - IMDb

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    Angelo Rossitto, Actor: Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome. Small in stature at only 2' 11", but big in demand onscreen, the diminutive Angelo Rossitto was one of Hollywood's busiest "small" actors and appeared in over 70 feature films between 1927 until 1987! Born in Omaha, Nebraska in February 1908, Rossitto first appeared in silent films alongside stars such as Lon Chaney and John Barrymore.

  • Angelo Rossitto - Rotten Tomatoes

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    Diminutive American actor Angelo Rossitto was a fixture in American movies for more than 50 years, usually in highly visible supporting and extra roles.

  • Angelo Rossitto | Biography, Movie Highlights and Photos ...

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    Diminutive American actor Angelo Rossitto was a fixture in American movies for more than 50 years, usually in highly visible supporting and extra roles. Born Angelo Salvatore Rossitto, he entered movies in his teens during the height of the silent era, making his first known appearance in The ...

  • Overview for Angelo Rossitto - Turner Classic Movies

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    Standing only 2'11" tall, Angelo Rossitto was one of cinema's busiest dwarf actors. Yet he never gave up his Hollywood Boulevard pitch and returned to selling newspapers whenever acting work dried up.

  • Angelo Rossitto Biography | Fandango

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    Diminutive American actor Angelo Rossitto was a fixture in American movies for more than 50 years, usually in highly visible supporting and extra roles. Born Angelo Salvatore Rossitto, he entered movies in his teens during the height of the silent era, making his first known appearance in The Beloved Rogue, starring John Barrymore, in 1926.

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    View the profiles of people named Angelo Rossitto. Join Facebook to connect with Angelo Rossitto and others you may know. Facebook gives people the power...

  • Angelo Rossitto - Biography - IMDb

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    Small in stature at only 2' 11", but big in demand onscreen, the diminutive Angelo Rossitto was one of Hollywood's busiest "small" actors and appeared in over 70 feature films between 1927 until 1987!

  • Angelo Rossitto – Microsoft Store

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    Diminutive American actor Angelo Rossitto was a fixture in American movies for more than 50 years, usually in highly visible supporting and extra roles.

  • Angelo Rossitto | Cinemorgue Wiki | FANDOM powered by Wikia

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    Angelo Rossitto (1908 - 1991) Film Deaths The Sign of the Cross (1932) [Impaled Pygmy]: Stabbed in the stomach with a sword (getting run through completely and hoisted aloft) by an Amazon warrior in the arena. (Angelo, a Caucasian actor, was wearing blackface make-up for this role.)

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