Armando Fizzarotti (1892–1966) was an Italian screenwriter and film director. Fizzarotti was a native of Naples, and his films are generally set in the city. He was specifically hired to direct Malaspina (1947) because of his experience making Neapolitan-style films. The film helped revive Neapolitan cinema, which had been suppressed during the Fascist era as production was centralised in Rome.
|Died||15 February 1966 73) (aged|
|Years active||1923 - 1957|
His son Ettore Maria Fizzarotti was also a film director.
- New Moon (1925)
- Naples in Green and Blue (1935)
- Malaspina (1947)
- Red Moon (1951)
- The Lovers of Ravello (1951)
- Marlow-Mann p.16
- Marlow-Mann, Alex. The New Neapolitan Cinema. Edinburgh University Press, 2011.
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