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Voici l'extrait d'une interview qu'il donna et dans laquelle il affirmait être né en 1915;
THANKS TO MARCO FORNIER, I JUST DISCOVERED THAT THERE’S A DOCUMENTARY ABOUT OSIRIDE! TAKE A LOOK AT THIS!!!!! WOWEEEEEEE!!!!!!!!!!
Furthermore, Osiride Pevarello was interviewed in the introduction to the published script of Monella, where he explained that he is a Gypsy, born in 1915 in Padova[/b], and spent his life in circuses, at first as an equestrian. In the 1950s his stage name was Zampanò, a name that Fellini borrowed for Anthony Quinn’s character in La strada. Osiride claims to have worked on 8 ½, E la nave va, and numerous other Fellini films. Well, if he did, he must have ended up on the cutting-room floor — though he did certainly appear in Satyricon, exclaiming “Il tiranno è morto!” (frustratingly dubbed by someone else in the English version). And perhaps, perhaps, he briefly appeared in Ginger e Fred as the guy who hands a bouquet of flowers to the the television van about eight minutes into the film. He also says he worked on Fistful of Dollars and For a Few Dollars More, but, once again, either I can’t recognize him, or he was deleted — at least from the versions I saw.
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