6 December 1928|
|Died||15 November 2010
Roberto Pregadio (December 6, 1928 – November 15, 2010) was an Italian composer, conductor and TV-personality.
Born in Catania and graduated in piano at the Conservatory of Naples, in 1960 Pregadio became a pianist in the RAI Light Music Orchestra. From the second half of the sixties, for about fifteen years, he composed and directed about fifty musical scores.
As composer he was probably best known for the whistled musical score for the 1969 spaghetti western The Forgotten Pistolero, that he composed with Franco Micalizzi and that was later used in several episodes of The Ren & Stimpy Show.
- Kriminal (1966)
- Our Men in Bagdad (1966)
- The Glass Sphinx (1967)
- The Last Killer (1967)
- A Hole in the Forehead (1968)
- Ciccio Forgives, I Don't (1968)
- King of Kong Island (1968)
- Brutti di notte (1968)
- Satanik (1968)
- The Forgotten Pistolero (1969)
- Franco, Ciccio e il pirata Barbanera (1969)
- Paths of War (1970)
- Smile Before Death (1972)
- Ben and Charlie (1972)
- Death Carries a Cane (1973)
- Catene (1974)
- La minorenne (1974)
- So Young, So Lovely, So Vicious... (1975)
- That Malicious Age (1975)
- SS Experiment Camp (1976)
- Il medico... la studentessa (1976)
- Seagulls Fly Low (1978)
- The Last House on the Beach (1978)
- Mondo Cannibale (1980)
- Eva Carducci (15 November 2010). "Il mondo dello spettacolo in lutto: addio al Maestro Roberto Pregadio". Eco del Cinema. Retrieved 3 December 2011.
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