Eduardo Cianelli


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Marked Woman (1937) -- (Movie Clip) From Tiddlywinks To Roulette Gangster Johnny Vanning (Eduardo Cianelli), his character inspired by Charles "Lucky" Luciano, surveys the goods (including staff hostesses, Bette Davis as Mary, Lola Lane as Gabby, Isabel Jewell as Emmy Lou and Mayo Methot as Estelle) in the night club he's taken over, early in Marked Woman, 1937.
Mask Of Dimitrios, The (1944) -- (Movie Clip) It Costs Money To Love With help from local Marukakis (Eduardo Cianelli), Dutch writer Leyden (Peter Lorre) has come to Sofia, meeting the cagey Irana (Faye Emerson), who reveals some of her experience with the title character (Zachary Scott), in The Mask Of Dimitrios, 1944, from an Eric Ambler novel.
Gunga Din (1939) -- (Movie Clip) Rise And Kill! Din (Sam Jaffe) and Cutter (Cary Grant) in the temple of the Indian "Thugges" murder cult, hiding in the shadows as the guru (Eduardo Ciannelli) exhorts his assassins, in Gunga Din, 1939, directed by George Stevens.
Dillinger (1945) -- (Movie Clip) Too Free With A Gun The end of the fact-based springing of his gang from an Indiana prison by the title character (Lawrence Tierney), then a spree montage, then Specs (Edmund Lowe) supervising the crew (Elisha Cook Jr., Marc Lawrence, Eduardo Cianelli), Anne Jeffreys the moll, in Monogram Pictures' Dillinger, 1945.
Conspirators, The (1944) -- (Movie Clip) I Merely Comment In the opening narration, if Paul Henreid (as Dutch resistance agent Van Der Lyn) flying to Lisbon seems familiar, it is a different movie, after fellow traveler Lutzke (Kurt Katch), he is interrogated by coy Captain Pereira (Joseph Calleia), in The Conspirators, directed by Jean Negulesco.
Marked Woman -- (Movie Clip) Open, Johnny Opening credits and first scene entering the "Club Intime," as gangster Johnny (Eduardo Cianelli) moves in, from Marked Woman, 1937, starring Bette Davis and Humphrey Bogart.