6 January 1930
|Died||6 June 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 1978 to capitalize on the success of Star Wars.....Cosmos War of the Planets, Battle in Interstellar Space, War of the Robots and Star Odyssey. (His Beast in Space (1980) was an adult sci-fi film, and was not part of his 1978 space series).
Brescia directed Ator 3: Iron Warrior in 1986 without the series' originator Joe D'Amato's permission, and D'Amato later said that he didn't consider that film part of the Ator series.
- 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)
- Killer Caliber .32 (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 (1978) 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
- Beast in Space (1980) adult sci-fi, not related to his 1978 science fiction series
- 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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