Franco Leo is most well known for acting, and has 9 known credits, of which 8 are movies, and 1 are TV shows.
If you enjoy Franco Leo’s movies you should definitely watch Twice a Judas (1969) Franco has worked on!
The best rated movie Franco Leo has been a part of is the western movie Twice a Judas, where they had the role of . It has a rating 5.4 on IMDb.
Amleto di Carmelo Bene (da Shakespeare a Laforgue) has a rating on 8.2 on IMDb . Franco Leo worked on this tv movie, drama movie as Orazio.
In The Mouth of the Wolf Franco Leo was worked as Toast the Knowing. This documentary, drama movie has a rating on 6.8 on IMDb.
This drama movie has a rating on 6.9 on IMDb. In Salomé Franco Leo had the role of Cristo-Vampiro.
Franco Leo was a part of the movie A Rather Complicated Girl as Viola's friend. This thriller movie has a rating 5.8 on IMDb.
If you enjoy Franco Leo’s shows you should definitely watch The Life of Leonardo da Vinci (1971) has been a part of!!
The biography, history TV show The Life of Leonardo da Vinci has a rating 8.0 on IMDb. Franco Leo was Girolamo Savonarola in this show!
Franco Leo is most known for acting. Franco has worked on 8 movies and 1 TV shows.
The best rated movie they have been a part of is Twice a Judas, which has a score of 0.0.
The best rated tv show they have worked on is The Life of Leonardo da Vinci, which has a score of 0.0.
1969 . Western . 1h 36m
Executive producer. Luke Barrett, having lost his memory due to an accident, does not realize that Dingus had killed his wife and brother to take possession of the Barretts' land and money. At first Luke trusts him, but while looking for his forgotten identity he discovers the truth.
1978 . TV Movie, Drama . 1h 3m
As Orazio. An experimental video variation on Shakespeare's Hamlet.
1971 . Biography, History . 55 m
As Girolamo Savonarola. La vita di Leonardo da Vinci — in English, The Life of Leonardo da Vinci — is a 1971 Italian television miniseries dramatizing the life of the Italian Renaissance polymath Leonardo da Vinci. The Golden Globe-winning miniseries was directed by Renato Castellani, and produced by RAI and distributed in the United States by CBS, which aired it from August 13, 1972 to September 10, 1972. Castellani wrote the screenplay. It was filmed entirely on location in Italy and France. The total runtime of the five episodes is nearly five hours.
2009 . Documentary, Drama . 1h 8m
As Narratore. Pietro Marcello directs this genre-defying Italian docudrama that follows mustachioed ex-con Enzo as he returns to Genoa after a long stint in prison, only to find that the city he once loved has changed almost beyond recognition. But as he combs the seaside town for hints of his past, he finds solace in the arms of Mary, his faithful lover and a transsexual who embodies the mysterious allure of Genoa itself. Mary Monaco and Vincenzo Motta star.
1972 . Drama . 1h 20m
As Cristo-Vampiro. A psychedelic re-telling of the biblical story. Salome is the daughter of the second wife of King Herod. The King is infatuated with her and after she fails to seduce the prophet John (The Baptist) she dances for the King in order to ask for his execution. The story is told in a bizarre way of fast cuts, repetitive dialogue and extreme satire.
1969 . Thriller . 1h 40m
As Viola's friend. Having casually overheard a confusing phone conversation between two women, Alberto manages to get in touch with one of the callers, Claudia, a painter. The two become lovers and things are spiced up by Claudia's ambiguous sexual nature and by the presence of her former lover, Pietro. Alberto discovers a pistol in Claudia's handbag and this leads to a further revelation: she's dominated by her stepmother Greta, who forced her into a clandestine lesbian relationship; of which Claudia is ashamed and wants to end - at all costs. Alberto, now a slave to love, runs Greta over. But Claudia denies urging him to murder...
1973 . Drama . 1h 10m
As Horatio. The "Hamlet" in this well-mounted Italian spoof is the Danish prince, not a small town or village. The movie irreverently draws on both the Shakespeare play and the 1877 story by Jules Laforgue. In the story, Hamlet (Carmelo Bene) is a would-be playwright. He suffers from inept Freudian analysis by Polonius (Pippo Tuminelli), and Ophelia and Gertrude (Isabella Russo & Luciana Cante) are women conjured up in his erotic imagination.
2017 . Horror, Mystery . 1h 42m
Executive producer. Margherita, a regular girl just about to turn thirty, has got a life and a normal job, a boyfriend whom she loves and a she did not get any strange ideas. Her existence is disrupted by the death of her beloved grandmother who had raised her. The old woman was hiding a secret that had torn her soul for years: discovering what happened to her mother, a young actress in twenties, disappeared during the shooting of a film directed by a madman named Agenore Venturi. After the grandmother's funeral, Margherita begins to have terrifying visions and fears to going crazy. Even her boyfriend begins to doubt her sanity. The visions are increasingly disturbing and Margherita decides to seek help from a priest, her confidant. The man reveals to her something terrible about Venturi's past. After overcoming many misfortunes, Margherita succeeded in finding copy of the film that was supposed to be lost. The vision of those images reveals a truth that had to remain buried in the oblivion of time.