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Fred Bongusto He debuted with the song "Bella Bellissima", which was written by his friend Ghigo Agosti and produced by the Milan-based label Primary. It was released on phonographic record in 1960, with "Doce Doce" as the back side. Some of his most successful songs include "Malaga", "Una rotonda sul mare", "Spaghetti a Detroit" and "Prima c'eri tu", which won the 1966 edition of Un Disco per l'Estate. Bongusto was also successful in South America, especially Brazil. He had collaborated with Toquinho and Vinicius de Moraes.
Fred Bongusto In the 1990s, he was elected as a PSI town councillor in Bari. On 18 March 2005 the President of the Council (Premier), Silvio Berlusconi, presented him with a silver plate to celebrate the 50th year of his career. On 2 June 2005 he was awarded the title of Commendatore by President Carlo Azeglio Ciampi.
Fred Bongusto Bongusto enjoys playing football and tennis, and is very good at both sports. He enjoys antiquing and reading Tex Willer comics. Bongusto currently spends much of his time in Ischia, in the village of Sant'Angelo, in the places which inspired some of his songs.
Fred Bongusto He composed the soundtracks of 24 movies, such as "Un Detective" (1969), "The Divorce" (1970), "Come Have Coffee with Us" (1970), "The Eroticist" (1972), "Gli ordini sono ordini" (1972), "Malizia" (1973), "Lovers and Other Relatives" (1974), "Le farò da padre" (1974), "Conviene far bene l'amore" (1975), "Al piacere di rivederla" (1976), "Oh, Serafina!" (1976), "Fantozzi contro tutti" (1980), "Fracchia la belva umana" (1981) and "Superfantozzi" (1986). He also starred in Obiettivo ragazze (1961) and Peccato Veniale (1974).
Fred Bongusto Alfredo Bongusto (born 6 April 1935 in Campobasso), known by his stage name Fred Bongusto, is an Italian light music singer and songwriter who was very popular in the 1960s and 1970s.
Fred Bongusto He is currently married to Gabriella Palazzoli, an Italian soubrette, who was famous in the 1950s and 1960s. She is known for starring in the film "Buonanotte... Avvocato!" with Alberto Sordi. In 1960, before their marriage, Palazzoli had a previous marriage with American actor John Drew Barrymore, who is the father of her daughter Blyth Dolores. Blyth was raised by Bongusto.
Oh, Serafina! It is strictly based on the novel with the same name by Giuseppe Berto. For this film Fred Bongusto was awarded with a Nastro d'Argento for Best Score.
Enzo Malepasso In the 1970s he started his activity as a composer, notably collaborating with Peppino di Capri, Fred Bongusto, Loretta Goggi and Peppino Gagliardi.
Pino Calvi His song "Accarezzame" was performed by famous Italian artists such as, among others, Roberto Murolo, Ornella Vanoni, Peppino Di Capri, Achille Togliani, Teddy Reno, Fred Bongusto, Gigliola Cinquetti, Paolo Fresu.
The Cricket (film) The Cricket (Italian: "La Cicala") is a 1980 Italian erotic drama film directed by Alberto Lattuada. For this film Virna Lisi was awarded David di Donatello for best actress, while Fred Bongusto won the Nastro d'Argento for best score.