BiographyTreviso, Veneto, Italy
Luciano Vincenzoni, born in Treviso, March 7, 1926, studied law in Rome and Padua. In 1952, with his friend Tony Roma, he produced "Oliva Incantesimo Tragico", starring María Félix. In 1954, he wrote his first script "Hanno Rubato un Tram", directed by Aldo Fabrizi. In this year, he met 'Pietro Germi' and wrote "The Railroad Man". 1956 began a collaboration with Dino De Laurentiis, and created films like "The Great War", "The Best of Enemies", and "The Hunchback". In 1960, with Mino Roli he co-authored "Sacco e Vanzetti", staged in Italy and many foreign countries. Read more... and "The Birds, The Bees and The Italians" with Pietro Germi, produced by Robert Haggiag. In 1965, with his friend Sergio Leone he wrote "For a Few Dollars More", and helped him to sell the film to United Artists, and in the same year wrote "The Good, The Bad and The Ugly". Vincenzoni has worked with Billy Wilder, Peter Bogdanovich, 'Rene Clement' and many others. He is WGA member, emeritus.