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  • Carlo Rustichelli - Wikipedia

    Carlo Rustichelli (24 December 1916 – 13 November 2004) was an Italian film composer whose career spanned the 1940s to about 1990. His prolific output included ...

  • Carlo Rustichelli - IMDb

    Carlo Rustichelli, Composer: L'armata Brancaleone. Carlo Rustichelli was born on December 24, 1916 in Carpi, Emilia-Romagna, Italy. He was a composer, known for L'armata Brancaleone (1966), L'uomo di paglia (1958) and Kapò (1960).

  • Carlo Rustichelli Discography at Discogs

    Complete your Carlo Rustichelli record collection. Discover Carlo Rustichelli's full discography. Shop new and used Vinyl and CDs.

  • Carlo Rustichelli - Topic - YouTube

    Carlo Rustichelli was an Italian film composer whose career spanned the 1940s to about 1990. His prolific output included about 250 film compositions, as wel...

  • Carlo Rustichelli Albums: songs, discography, biography ...

    Carlo Rustichelli discography and songs: Music profile for Carlo Rustichelli, born December 24, 1916. Genres: Film Score, Spaghetti Western, Film Soundtrack. Albums include Curb Your Enthusiasm: Music From the TV Series, Easy Tempo 10: End Titles, and Metralleta Stein.

  • Carlo Rustichelli - La Ragazza Di Bube(1963) - YouTube

    Mix - Carlo Rustichelli - La Ragazza Di Bube(1963) YouTube; La ragazza di Bube. Carlo Rustichelli - Duration: 2:35. Pancho Vertigen 3,506 views. 2:35.

  • Carlo Rustichelli -- All Categories (LPs, CDs, Vinyl ...

    Carlo Rustichelli handled the music, and the styles here are a mix of the jaunty march numbers that marked the heroe's main theme on his debut ...

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  • Carlo Rustichelli - Avanti! - Music

    This lovely soundtrack nails that 60's-foreign-Hollywood thing perfectly. Carlo Rustichelli came up with a delightful song-adaptation score, with his thematic use of such Italian standards as "Senza Fine" (famously sung by Connie Francis over Ernest Borgnine's transistor radio in 1965's "The Flight Of The Phoenix").

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