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Corri, uomo, corri

(Movie) Sergio Sollima, 1968

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by Bob Hendrikx on 29/08/2014:

Notes on CORRI UOMO CORRI [1968] [Part 1]
Director: Sergio Sollima [1921-]
Date of certification: 27 August 1968
First screened: 29 August 1968

Composer: Bruno Nicolai (EMM 273, 2007 CD)
Composers: Ennio Morricone and Bruno Nicolai / /
Composer: Ennio Morricone (see below)
Supervisional involvement: Ennio Morricone (EMM 273)
Conductor: Bruno Nicolai (EMM 273, 2007 CD)

"For contractual reasons Nicolai is credited with the film's music, but Ennio Morricone actually composed it."

"As director Sollima notes in the documentary, this score is by Ennio Morricone, but for contractual reasons has been credited to Bruno Nicolai."

"Director Sergio Sollima said on the DVD extras of the movie that it was in fact Ennio Morricone that scored the music for the film. Sergio Sollima said Morricone's conductor Bruno Nicolai got the credit probably because Morricone was tied up at another studio at the time and didn't want any trouble."

Choir [24 out of 33 tracks on 2007 CD]: I Cantori Moderni di Alessandroni
Guitar, Whistle [track 4]: Alessandro Alessandroni
Vocals [track 1]: Tomas Milian
Vocals [track 33]: Peter Boom
(EMM 273, 2007 CD)

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