Ubaldo Terzano

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Ubaldo Terzano is an Italian cinematographer and camera operator, possibly best known for his numerous collaborations with Mario Bava.

As a cinematographer, his film credits include Bava's Black Sabbath (1963), The Whip and the Body (1963), and Blood and Black Lace (1964).

Terzano and Bava had a falling out in 1964 as Terzano felt he wasn't being properly acknowledged for his contributions to Bava's films.[1] Mario Bava biographer has stated in his audio commentary that Terzano is still upset over the situation and refused to be interviewed on the topic of Bava.[1]

As a camera operator, he worked on such films as Bava's Black Sunday (1960), Elio Petri's Investigation of a Citizen Above Suspicion (1970), Lucio Fulci's A Lizard in a Woman's Skin (1971), Paul Morrissey's Flesh for Frankenstein (1973) and Blood for Dracula (1974), and Dario Argento's Deep Red (1975), among many other titles.


  1. ^ a b Lucas, Tim (2014). Commentary by Tim Lucas (Blu ray (Disc 1)). Arrow Films. Event occurs at 0:12:50. FCD1023.

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