January 6, 1930
|Died||June 6, 2001
|Other names||Al Bradley, Al Bradly|
|Known for||Cosmos: War of the Planets|
Alfonso Brescia (6 January 1930 – 6 June 2001) was an Italian film director of low-budget films, sometimes credited as Al Bradley or Al Bradly. Film buffs mainly know him for the four low-budget sci-fi films he hurriedly directed in 1977–78 to capitalize on the success of Star Wars. He directed Ator 3: Iron Warrior in 1986 without the series' originator Joe D'Amato's permission, and D'Amato later said that he considered the Ator series only consisted of films # 1, 2 and 4 (all of which D'Amato directed himself).
- The Magnificent Gladiator (1964) starring Mark Forest
- Revolt of the Praetorians (1964) a.k.a. "The Invincible Warriors", starring Richard Harrison
- Days of violence (1967)
- Naked Girl Killed in the Park (1972)
- Battle of the Amazons (1973) a.k.a. "Amazons: Women of Love and War"
- White Fang and the Hunter (1974)
- L'adolescente (1976)
- Cosmos: War of the Planets (1977) aka "Year Zero: War in Space"/ aka "War of the Planets"/ aka "Cosmo 2000"/ aka "Cosmo: Planet Without a Name"
- Battle in Interstellar Space (1978) a.k.a. Battle of the Stars
- War of the Robots (1978) a.k.a. "Reactor"
- Star Odyssey (1978) a.k.a. "Seven Gold Men in Space"/ a.k.a. "Metallica"/ a.k.a. "Captive Planet"/ a.k.a. "Space Odyssey"
- Zappatore (1980) starring Mario Merola
- Iron Warrior (1986) aka "Ator 3: Iron Warrior", stars Miles O'Keefe
- Homicide in Blue Light (1991) starring David Hess as a cop (!)
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