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Furio Scarpelli (December 16, 1919), also called Scarpelli, is one of the greatest Italian screenwriters.

Son of a director of a journalist, had a quite childhood. He liked to write and to design. During WWII, he started to work as illustrator, and he met Agenore Incrocci, best known as Age.

In 1949 started his famous collaboration with Age as the duo Age & Scarpelli.

Together with Age, he worked on a total of 120 Italian movies. These include some of the most famous of all, such as Sergio Leone's The Good, the Bad and the Ugly, Mario Monicelli's I soliti ignoti and many Totò movies.


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