Ruggero Maccari

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Ruggero Maccari
Born 28 June 1919
Rome, Italy
Died 8 May 1989
Rome, Italy

Ruggero Maccari (28 June 1919 – 8 May 1989) was an Italian screenwriter.

Specially known by his collaboration with film director and screenwriter Ettore Scola. He wrote Commedia all'italiana films such as The Easy Life, Brutti sporchi e cattivi, or Adua e le compagne.


He was nominated to the Academy Award for Dino Risi's Profumo di donna.

He won a David di Donatello for Ettore Scola's La famiglia; and he was a 4 time Nastro d'Argento winner for La famiglia, Scola's Passione d'amore and A Special Day, and Antonio Pietrangeli's Io la conoscevo bene.

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