Aldo Lado Obituary, Cause Of Death

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Aldo Lado was an Italian film and television director, screenwriter and author, born on December 5, 1934, in Fiume, Italy, present-day Rijeka, Croatia.

Rising up into the movie industry, he came up as an assistant director, for which he was notably to Bernardo Bertolucci on The Conformist (1970).

Lado made his directorial debut in 1971 with Short Night of Glass Dolls, shortly after writing The Designated Victim the story for the giallo. After the film was a success, he followed it with another giallo, Who Saw Her Die?.

Subsequently, all his films were in a variety of genres, such as drama (Woman Buried Alive,The Cousin), romance (La cosa buffa), and horror (Last Stop on the Night Train). Lado directed the Star Wars cash-in The Humanoid in 1979, for which he was credited under the George Lucas-esque pseudonym “George B. Lewis”. Lado also directed the Alberto Moravia adaptation La disubbidienza in 1981.

After a 20-year hiatus, he directed the film Il Notturno di Chopin in 2013. In 2016, he published his first short story, in the anthology Nuovi delitti di lago. Lado later in 2017, published I film che non vedrete mai (‘The films you will never see’), a compilation based on Lado’s own unproduced screenplays.

Lado passed away on November 25, 2023, in Rome, Italy, at the age of 88.

Aldo Lado Obituary

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Aldo Lado Cause Of Death

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Source: Vimbuzz.com

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