Sergio Garrone (born April 15, 1925) is an Italian director, screenwriter and film producer.
|Born||April 15, 1925|
|Relatives||Riccardo Garrone (brother)|
Life and career
Born in Rome, the brother of the actor Riccardo, Garrone began his career in 1948 working as assistant director, documentary filmmaker, and production assistant. In 1953 he abandoned the cinema industry, but in 1965 he resurfaced as a producer of low-budget genre films. Starting from 1968 Garrone was also active as a director and a screenwriter, specializing in the Spaghetti Western genre. He was usually credited as Willy S. Regan.
- Director and screenwriter
- A Noose for Django (1969)
- Django the Bastard (1969)
- La colomba non deve volare (1970)
- Kill Django... Kill First (1971)
- Terrible Day of the Big Gundown (1971)
- Lover of the Monster (1974)
- The Hand That Feeds the Dead (1974)
- SS Experiment Camp (1976)