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Giuseppe Rinaldi Net Worth

Giuseppe Rinaldi Net Worth is
$14 Million

Giuseppe Rinaldi Bio/Wiki, Net Worth, Married 2018

Giuseppe Rinaldi was born on September 14, 1919 in Rome, Lazio, Italy. He is known for his work on Duck, You Sucker (1971), Mr. Rossi's Dreams (1977) and 1900 (1976). He was married to Maria Pia Casilio, Loredana and Marina Dolfin. He died on December 15, 2007 in Rome.
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IMDB Wikipedia

Date Of BirthSeptember 14, 1919
Died2007-12-15
Place Of BirthRome, Lazio, Italy
ProfessionMiscellaneous Crew, Actor, Sound Department
Star SignVirgo
#Fact
1Had a daughter from his third marriage with Maria Pia Casilio: Francesca Rinaldi.
2Had two children from his second marriage with Marina Dolfin: Massimo Rinaldi and Antonella.
3He was also a very active voice actor and dubber for the Italian cinema, starting in the 1940s. Some of the American actors he would frequently dub include Van Johnson, Peter Sellers, Paul Newman, Jack Lemmon, Marlon Brando and Rock Hudson.

Miscellaneous

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Italia a mano armata1976voice dubbing: Raymond Pellegrin - uncredited
Keoma1976voice dubbing: William Berger - uncredited
19001976voice dubbing: Burt Lancaster
The Night Porter1974voice dubbing: Dirk Bogarde: Italian version - uncredited
I guappi1974voice dubbing: Fabio Testi - uncredited
Blindman1971voice dubbing: Tony Anthony - uncredited
Duck, You Sucker1971dubbing director / voice dubbing: James Coburn - uncredited
The Fifth Day of Peace1970dubbing director - as Peppino Rinaldi / voice dubbing: Richard Johnson - uncredited
The Conformist1970voice dubbing: José Quaglio - uncredited
Burn!1969dubbing director - as Peppino Rinaldi / voice dubbing: Marlon Brando - uncredited
Nell'anno del Signore1969voice dubbing: Robert Hossein - uncredited
Once Upon a Time in the West1968voice dubbing: Charles Bronson - uncredited
Barbarella1968voice dubbing: Milo O'Shea: Italian version - uncredited
Today We Kill, Tomorrow We Die!1968voice dubbing: Brett Halsey - uncredited
Johnny Hamlet1968voice dubbing: Gilbert Roland - uncredited
Crazy Westerners1967voice dubbing: Terence Hill - uncredited
Faccia a faccia1967voice dubbing: Ángel del Pozo - uncredited
Requiescant1967voice dubbing: Mark Damon - uncredited
The Witches1967voice dubbing: Clint Eastwood - uncredited
A Bullet for the General1967voice dubbing: Jaime Fernández - uncredited
The Good, the Bad and the Ugly1966voice dubbing: Antonio Molino Rojo - uncredited
The Ugly Ones1966voice dubbing: Richard Wyler - uncredited
The Hills Run Red1966voice dubbing: Thomas Hunter - uncredited
Texas, Adios1966voice dubbing: Luigi Pistilli - uncredited
The Tramplers1965voice dubbing: Gordon Scott - uncredited
The Agony and the Ecstasy1965voice dubbing: Charlton Heston: Italian version - uncredited
Sandra1965voice dubbing: Michael Craig - uncredited
Red Desert1964voice dubbing: Richard Harris - uncredited
Castle of Blood1964voice dubbing: Georges Rivière - uncredited
Don Camillo monsignore... ma non troppo1961voice dubbing: Ruggero De Daninos - uncredited
The Colossus of Rhodes1961voice dubbing: Rory Calhoun - uncredited
Fantasmi a Roma1961voice dubbing: Tino Buazzelli
Il peccato degli anni verdi1960voice dubbing: Maurice Ronet - uncredited
Un amore a Roma1960voice dubbing: Peter Baldwin - uncredited
Black Sunday1960voice dubbing: John Richardson - uncredited
Escape by Night1960voice dubbing: Enrico Maria Salerno - uncredited
Poveri milionari1959voice dubbing: Renato Salvatori - uncredited
Sheba and the Gladiator1959voice dubbing: Alfredo Varelli - uncredited
Amore e guai1958voice dubbing: Maurizio Arena
Belle ma povere1957voice dubbing: Renato Salvatori - uncredited
Poor But Beautiful1957voice dubbing: Renato Salvatori - uncredited
Presentimento1956voice dubbing: Rosario Borelli - uncredited
La rivale1956voice dubbing: Roberto Risso - uncredited
War and Peace1956voice dubbing: Jeremy Brett: Italian version - uncredited
Il ferroviere1956voice dubbing: Renato Speziali - uncredited
La risaia1956voice dubbing: Rik Battaglia - uncredited
La moglie è uguale per tutti1955voice dubbing: Roberto Risso - uncredited
L'angelo bianco1955voice dubbing: Alberto Farnese - uncredited
Graziella1955voice dubbing: Jean-Pierre Mocky - uncredited
Napoli è sempre Napoli1954voice dubbing - uncredited
Amarti è il mio peccato (Suor Celeste)1954voice dubbing: Jacques Sernas - uncredited
La tratta delle bianche1952voice dubbing: Enrico Maria Salerno - uncredited
Domenica d'agosto1950voice dubbing: Massimo Serato - uncredited
Fabiola1949voice dubbing: Henri Vidal
Gioventù perduta1948voice dubbing: Jacques Sernas - uncredited
L'onorevole Angelina1947voice dubbing: Franco Zeffirelli - uncredited

Actor

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Fear in the City1981voice
Ricatto internazionale1980TV Mini-SeriesProfessor Morin
Mr. Rossi's Dreams1977Signor Rossi (voice)
Mr Rossi's Vacation1976Signor Rossi (voice, uncredited)
The Knock Out Cop1973Lawyer De Ribbis (voice, uncredited)
A Pocketful of Chestnuts1970
Taxi di notte1950Il ragioniere innamorato di Luisa
Emigrantes1948
L'amante del male1946Cugino della contessina
Sangue a Ca' Foscari1946
Il ratto delle sabine1945Emilio
Addio, amore!1943Giustino Morelli
Forbidden Music1942Giulio Folchi
Oro nero1942Carlo Marini
Turbamento1942Saverio, il musicista
La bocca sulla strada1941Stelio Corsi
L'elisir d'amore1941Pippetto
L'allegro fantasma1941scenes deleted
Il prigioniero di Santa Cruz1941Paolo Costa
La prima donna che passa1940Raoul d'Aubigny
Dopo divorzieremo1940Bob
Il cavaliere di Kruja1940Essad Haidar
Cuori nella tormenta1940Paolo Antinori
La notte delle beffe1939
I grandi magazzini1939Uno sciatore (uncredited)
Batticuore1939
Eccezzziunale... veramente1982Narratore

Sound Department

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Vado a riprendermi il gatto1987dubbing coordinator
The Last 4 Days1974director of dubbing
The Fifth Day of Peace1970dubbing director - as Peppino Rinaldi

Soundtrack

TitleYearStatusCharacter
The Godfather: Part III1990lyrics: "BRUCIA LA TERRA"

Self

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Savana violenta1976DocumentaryNarrator (voice)
Chung Kuo - Cina1973DocumentaryNarrator (voice, uncredited)

Won Awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovie
1988Silver RibbonItalian National Syndicate of Film JournalistsBest Male Dubbing (Migliore Doppiaggio Maschile)The Last Emperor (1987)

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