Gianfranco Baldanello

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Gianfranco Baldanello
Born (1928-11-13)13 November 1928
Meran, Italy
Other names Frank G. Carroll
Years active 1953 - 1978

Gianfranco Baldanello (13 November 1928 - ) is an Italian film director, screenwriter and second unit director. He sometimes used the alias Frank G. Carroll.

Baldanello is the son of actors Emilio Baldanello and Vanda Vianello (also known as Vanda Baldanello). In 1965 Baldanello directed his first film, 30 Winchester per El Diablo (also known as Gold Train), a western for which he also wrote the screenplay. He followed this in 1966 with a second Western, Kill Johnny Ringo.

In 1967 he directed three movies, the comedy I Do Not Ever Say Goodbye, the spy film Danger!! Death Ray, and another Western, Long Days of Hate.

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