Italian actors died in Pulmonary edema

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Luciano Martino

Luciano Martino (December 22, 1933 Naples-August 14, 2013 Malindi) also known as Dan Lopert, Mario Donan, Martin Hardy, Frank Cook or Louis Martin was an Italian film producer, film director, screenwriter, television producer, actor and writer. He had two children, Lea Martino and Dania Martino.

Martino began his career in the film industry as an assistant director and screenwriter in the 1950s. He later co-founded a film production company with his brother, the renowned filmmaker Sergio Martino. Together they produced and directed numerous successful films, mainly in the thriller and horror genres. Some of their notable collaborations include, "The Strange Vice of Mrs. Wardh" (1971), "Your Vice Is a Locked Room and Only I Have the Key" (1972), and "All the Colors of the Dark" (1972).

Apart from his work in the film industry, Martino was also a prolific writer, having authored several novels and screenplays throughout his career. He was also a well-known television producer, having worked on popular Italian television programs like "Portobello" and "Twist and Shout".

Despite facing criticism for the violence and sexually explicit content in some of his films, Martino continued to push boundaries in the Italian film industry and remained a respected figure until his death in 2013.

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