The day of birth of Giorgio Prosperi is not on record. He is an Italian Author, known for Senso (1954), Sodoma e Gomorra (1962), I cento Cavalieri (1964), Giorgio Prosperi's first movie on record is from 1952. His last motion picture on file dates from 1964.
Giorgio Prosperi Filmography [Auszug]
1964: [12.30] I cento Cavalieri (100 Horsemen, Hundred Horsemen, Son of El Cid) (Based on ), Directed by Vittorio Cottafavi, with Mark Damon, Antonella Lualdi, Gastone Moschin,
1964: [12.13] Vita di Michelangelo (Story), Directed by Silverio Blasi, with Gian Maria Volonté, Fosco Giachetti, ,
1962:  Sodoma e Gomorra (Sodom and Gomorrah, The Last days of Sodom and Gomorrah) (Scenario), Directed by Robert Aldrich, Sergio Leone, with Aldo Silvani, Claudia Mori, Stewart Granger,
1960:  The Angel wore red (Scenario), Directed by Nunnally Johnson, with Ava Gardner, Dirk Bogarde, Joseph Cotten,
1954: [12.30] Senso (Livia, The Wanton Contessa) (Scenario), Directed by Luchino Visconti, with , Farley Granger, Heinz Moog,
1952:  Il Cappotto (Scenario), Directed by Alberto Lattuada, with Renato Rascel, Yvonne Sanson, ,
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