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Renata Mauro

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Renata Mauro

Renata Mauro (May 17, 1934 in Milan - March 28, 2009 in Biella) was a popular television presenter for RAI (Italian state broadcaster). She became known to international audiences for hosting Jeux Sans Frontieres and also the Eurovision Song Contest when it was staged in Naples in 1965.

Filmography

  • Biblioteca di Studio Uno: Al Grand Hotel (1964) (TV) .... Flemmy Feeling
  • Biblioteca di Studio Uno: La primula rossa (1964) (TV) .... Una nobildonna
  • "La sciarpa" (1963) TV mini-series
  • Il giorno più corto (1963) (uncredited) .... Erede Siciliana
    • aka Il giorno più corto commedia umoristica
    • aka The Shortest Day (USA)
  • Il relitto (1961)
    • aka The Wastrel (USA)
  • The Naked Maja (1958) .... Maja
    • aka La maja desnuda (Italy)
    • aka La maja nue (France)
  • Come te movi, te fulmino! (1958)
    • aka Move and I'll Shoot (USA: TV title)

See also

References

Preceded by
Denmark Lotte Wæver
Eurovision Song Contest presenter
1965
Succeeded by
Luxembourg Josiane Shen

External links

  • IMDB.com: Renata Mauro
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