Camillo Tanio Boccia (1912–1982), born in Potenza, was an Italian film director and screenwriter active in the 1950s, 1960s and early 1970s. From 1960 onwards, he was regularly credited as Amerigo Anton.
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Boccia directed about 20 films in his career. He is best known for his work in the (mostly historical) adventure film genre, particularly peplum, in the early 1960s with films such as Caesar the Conqueror (1962), Samson Against the Pirates (1963) and Hercules of the Desert (1964). In 1965 he directed the spy adventure Agente X 1-7 operación Océano.
He died in 1982 in Rome.
- Dramma sul Tevere (1952)
- The Conqueror of the Orient (1960)
- Triumph of the Son of Hercules (1961)
- Caesar the Conqueror (1962)
- Samson and the Sea Beast (1963)
- Samson vs. the Giant King (1964)
- Hercules of the Desert (1964)
- Desert Raiders (1964)
- Terror of the Steppes (1964)
- The Revenge of Ivanhoe (1965)
- Agente X 1-7 operazione Oceano (1965)
- Kill or Be Killed (1966)
- Kill the Wicked! (1967)
- "IL VERO VOLTO DI TANIO BOCCIA, L'ED WOOD ITALIANO – Le Cronache Lucane". Retrieved 13 September 2018.