Hill, Terence People Arts

Terence Hill (Mario Girotti) was born in Venice/Italy on March 29, 1939. His first movie was "Vancanze col gangster" (1951), directed by Dino Risi. After starring in over 30 films, including "The Wide Blue Road" (1957), "The Leopard" (1963) and 4 westerns made in Germany, he played the leading part in the Italian western "God forgives, I don't", together with Bud Spencer, who would become his "partner" in 17 movies. His credits as director include "Don Camillo" (1984), "Lucky Luke" (1990) and "The Troublemakers" (1994).

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