|#||Cover||Release title||Total tracks||Download mp3 album||Release date||Label fo release|
|1||Canzone Pulita||2||mp3||1982||Best Sound|
|2||Che Bello Sta' Co' Te||2||mp3||1983||it|
|3||Nino Manfredi Canta Petrolini||2||mp3||1970-03-00||It|
|4||Storia Di Pinocchio (Geppetto)||2||mp3||1972-05-00||it|
|5||Che Bello Sta' Co' Te||2||mp3||1983||it|
|6||Tarzan Lo Fa||2||mp3||1978|
|7||Canzone Pulita||2||mp3||1982||Best Sound|
|8||Roma Nun Fà La Stupida Stasera / Ballata Di Rugantino||2||mp3||1963||CAM|
|9||Il Gigante E La Bambina / Me Pizzica, Me Mozzica||2||mp3||1971||it|
|10||Roma De 'Na Vorta||14||mp3||1979||RCA|
|11||Per Grazia Ricevuta / Me Pizzica, Me Mozzica||2||mp3||1971||It|
|14||W S. Eusebio||2||mp3||1971-05-00||It|
|15||Grandi Magazzini / Heppinesse||2||mp3||1986||RCA|
|17||Viale Del Re / La Ballata Di Ciceruacchio (Dal Film di Luigi Magni "In Nome Del Popolo Sovrano")||2||mp3||1991||It|
|18||Tanto Pe' Canta'||11||mp3||1976||It|
|19||Cherie Cherie / M'È Nata All'Improvviso Una Canzone||2||mp3||1972-07-00||It|
|20||Nino Manfredi||11||mp3||1982||Armando Curcio Editore|
|21||Viale Del Re / La Ballata Di Ciceruacchio (Dal Film di Luigi Magni "In Nome Del Popolo Sovrano")||2||mp3||1991||It|
|22||Canzone Pulita||2||mp3||1982||Best Sound|
|23||Tanto Pè Cantà||13||mp3||Ariola|
|24||Tanto Pe' Canta'||11||mp3||1976||It|
Nino Manfredi (22 March 1921 - 28 May 2004) was an Italian actor, one of the most prominent in the "commedia all'italiana" genre.
Born in Castro dei Volsci, province of Frosinone, Lazio, he studied law before going into acting in the theatre company featuring also [a1318011] and [a=Tino Buazzelli], especially in dramatic roles. In 1949 he played for the Piccolo Teatro di Milano under [a=Giorgio Strehler], in tragedies such as [i]Romeo and Juliet[/i] and [i]The Storm[/i]. In 1952 he collaborated with [a=Eduardo De Filippo], along with [a=Paolo Panelli] and Bice Valori.
He made his film debut in 1957, and later branched out into directing. He even composed songs for the soundtrack of one of his movies. He continued appearing in movies and on television into old age.
Alongside his enormous success in the theatre, he also began working in the cinema. After an uninspired start, it was with Gianni Puccini's [i]L'Impiegato[/i] (1959) that he really began to make a name for himself. In 1963, a special edition of [i]Rugantino[/i] marked the first in a string of film successes, which continued with [i]La Ballata del Boia (Not On Your Life)[/i] (1963) directed by L. G. Berlanga, [i]Questa Volta Parliamo di Uomini (Let's Talk About Men)[/i] (1964) by [a=Lina Wertmüller], [i]Made in Italy[/i] (1965) by Nanni Loy, [i]Operazione San Gennaro (Treasure of San Gennaro)[/i](1966) by [a=Dino Risi], [i]Il Padre di Famiglia (Head of the Family)[/i] (1967) by Nanni Loy, [i]Straziami Ma di Baci Saziami (Kill Me With Kisses)[/i] (1968) by Dino Risi, [i]Vedo Nudo[/i] (1969) by Dino Risi, and [i]Nell'Anno del Signore (The Conspirators)[/i] (1969) directed by [a=Luigi Magni].
In the meantime, he made his debut as director with [i]L'Avventura di un Soldato[/i], an episode in [i]L'Amore Difficile (Sex Can Be Difficult)[/i] (1962), based on the eponymous short story by [a=Italo Calvino], then [i]Per Grazia Ricevuta (Between Miracles)[/i] (1971) and [i]Nudo di Donna (Portrait of a Nude Woman)[/i] (1981). His career as an actor brought him further acclaim in [i]Girolimoni[/i] (1972) directed by Damiano Damiani, in the television version of [i]Le Avventure di Pinocchio (The Adventures of Pinocchio)[/i] (1972) by Luigi Comencini, in [i]Brutti, Sporchi e Cattivi (Ugly, Dirty and Bad)[/i] (1976) by Ettore Scola, in [i]La Mazzetta[/i] (1978) by [a=Sergio Corbucci], in [i]Il Giocattolo[/i] (1979) by Giuliano Montaldo and in [i]Spaghetti House[/i] (1982) directed by Giulio Paradisi.
More recently, he has returned to the theatre as author, director and actor in [i]Viva gli Sposi![/i] (1984) and [i]Gente di Facili Costumi[/i] (1988). For the small screen, he recently played the lead role in the TV series [i]Un Commissario a Roma[/i] (1993) and in the popular [i]Linda e il Brigadiere[/i] (1997), now in its third series. He died 4th June 2004.