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List of Marcello Mastroianni Movies: Ranked Best To Worst

1. Divorce Italian Style (1961)
23
4
Divorce Italian Style
23
4
Role:
Ferdinando Cefalù
Starring:
Leopoldo Trieste, Odoardo Spadaro, Daniela Rocca, Stefania Sandrelli
Directed By:
Pietro Germi
Awards:
Golden Globe Award for Best Actor - Comedy or Musical, BAFTA Award for Best Foreign Actor
2. Una giornata particolare (1977)
23
2
Una giornata particolare
23
2

When Hitler visits Rome during the 1930s, it is declared as a National Holiday, and the occasion is marked by a lavish parade while Hitler and Mussolini celebrate their political friendship. Antonietta, a housewife wants to attend the parade, but is forced to stay at home due to her domestic chores. Things take a turn when she meets Gabrielle, a man living in the same apartment complex.

Role:
Gabriele
Starring:
Sophia Loren, John Vernon, Françoise Berd, Patrizia Basso
Directed By:
Ettore Scola
3. La Dolce Vita (1960)
23
4
La Dolce Vita
23
4

This Italian comedy drama film follows the life of a philandering paparazzo journalist living in Rome. Despite his carefree approach to living, and hedonistic attitude towards life, he does have some moments of quite reflection, which results in an intriguing cinematic study of his character. 

Role:
Marcello Rubini
Starring:
Anita Ekberg, Nico, Anouk Aimée, Yvonne Furneaux
Directed By:
4.(1963)
20
2
8½
20
2

Famous Italian film director Guido Anselmi is struggling for inspiration after deciding to direct an epic science fiction film and is evading his mistress, his producer, crew, and journalists to buy time. He dives into a fantasy involving the women in his life from past and present, and eventually finds inspiration for his film, which gradually becomes autobiographical.

Role:
Guido Anselmi
Starring:
Claudia Cardinale, Anouk Aimée, Sandra Milo, Rossella Falk
Directed By:
5. La Notte (1961)
19
3
La Notte
19
3

Giovanni is a novelist whose wife, Lidia, seems to be quite upset with their relationship. When she finds out that her friend Tommaso is suffering from a terminal illness, she starts roaming the streets of the city, questioning her marriage to Giovanni.

Role:
Giovanni Pontano
Starring:
Jeanne Moreau, Bernhard Wicki, Monica Vitti, Rosy Mazzacurati
6. The Organizer (1963)
17
4
The Organizer
17
4
Role:
Professor Sinigaglia
Starring:
Folco Lulli, Renato Salvatori, Bernard Blier, Annie Girardot
Directed By:
Mario Monicelli
7. Le Notti Bianche (1957)
19
2
Le Notti Bianche
19
2
Role:
Mario
Starring:
Jean Marais, Maria Schell, Marcella Rovena, Maria Zanoli
Directed By:
Luchino Visconti
8. Big Deal on Madonna Street (1958)
17
6
Big Deal on Madonna Street
17
6

With the help of a retired burglar, a group of amateurs plan a small heist which involves robbing a pawnshop. Although their plan seems foolproof, things don’t go as expected.

Starring:
Claudia Cardinale, Memmo Carotenuto, Vittorio Gassman, Renato Salvatori, Rossana Rory
Directed By:
Mario Monicelli
9. Dirty Weekend (1973)
13
2
Dirty Weekend
13
2
Role:
Giulio Borsi
Starring:
Oliver Reed, Lionel Stander, Carole André, Bruno Cirino
Directed By:
Dino Risi
10. Matrimonio all'italiana (1964)
16
2
Matrimonio all'italiana
16
2

This romantic comedy drama film tells us the story of Domenico and his young mistress Filumena. Over the years of spending time together, Filumena falls for him and wants to marry him, but he refuses. Therefore, she tries to come up with various tricks to make him marry her.

Role:
Domenico Soriano
Starring:
Sophia Loren, Marilù Tolo, Aldo Puglisi, Tecla Scarano
Directed By:
11. The Children Are Watching Us (1944)
12
4
The Children Are Watching Us
12
4
Starring:
Emilio Cigoli, Adriano Rimoldi, Isa Pola, Luciano De Ambrosis
Directed By:
12. Todo modo (1976)
13
2
Todo modo
13
2
Role:
Don Gaetano
Starring:
Franco Citti, Ciccio Ingrassia, Gian Maria Volontè, Mariangela Melato
Directed By:
Elio Petri
13. I girasoli (1970)
17
2
I girasoli
G
17
2
Role:
Antonio
Starring:
Sophia Loren, Lyudmila Saveleva, Galina Andreeva, Anna Carena
Directed By:
14. The Stranger (1967)
17
2
The Stranger
17
2
Role:
Arthur Meursault
Starring:
Anna Karina, Alfred Adam, Bernard Blier, Pierre Bertin
Directed By:
Luchino Visconti
15. Hungry for Love (1960)
12
2
Hungry for Love
12
2

Hungry for Love is a comedy drama film which tells the story of four prostitutes in Italy, whose lives turn upside down when a law is passed by the government banning all brothels. Since their workplace is now closed, they decide to open a restaurant, but their problems still don’t end.

Starring:
Claudio Gora, Simone Signoret, Sandra Milo, Emmanuelle Riva
Directed By:
Antonio Pietrangeli
16. Bell' Antonio (1960)
12
2
Bell' Antonio
12
2
Role:
Antonio Magnano
Starring:
Claudia Cardinale, Rina Morelli, Pierre Brasseur, Tomas Milian
Directed By:
Mauro Bolognini
17. Ieri oggi domani (1963)
14
2
Ieri oggi domani
14
2

This romantic comedy anthology film tells us three different stories revolving around three different women in different parts of Italy. The first is about a woman named Adelina who sells black market cigarettes to support her unemployed husband and her child. The second story is about Anna, the wife of a wealthy industrialist, who is having an affair with another man named Renzo. Renzo begins to rethink his attraction towards her, when she expresses no concern after they nearly run over a child. The third story is about a prostitute named Mara, who serves many high class clients.  

Role:
Carmine Sbaratti / Renzo / Augusto Rusconi
Starring:
Sophia Loren, Aldo Giuffrè, Agostino Salvietti, Lino Mattera
Directed By:
Awards:
BAFTA Award for Best Foreign Actor
18. Dark Eyes (1987)
18
2
Dark Eyes
18
2
Role:
Romano
Starring:
Isabella Rossellini, Vsevolod Larionov, Silvana Mangano, Marthe Keller
Directed By:
Nikita Mikhalkov
19. Family Portrait (1962)
12
3
Family Portrait
12
3
Role:
Enrico
Starring:
Sylvie, Salvo Randone, Jacques Perrin, Valeria Ciangottini
Directed By:
Valerio Zurlini
20. Allonsanfan (1974)
16
2
Allonsanfan
16
2
Role:
Fulvio Imbriani
Starring:
Lea Massari, Mimsy Farmer, Laura Betti, Claudio Cassinelli
Directed By:
Paolo Taviani, Vittorio Taviani
21. Everybody's Fine (1990)
12
2
Everybody's Fine
PG-13
12
2
Role:
Matteo Scuro
Starring:
Michèle Morgan, Valéria Cavalli, Marino Cenna, Norma Martelli
Directed By:
Giuseppe Tornatore
22. That Night in Varennes (1982)
13
6
That Night in Varennes
R
13
6
Role:
Casanova, Chevalier de Seingalt
Starring:
Harvey Keitel, Jean-Louis Barrault, Jean-Claude Brialy, Jean-Louis Trintignant
Directed By:
Ettore Scola
23. La terrazza (1980)
11
2
La terrazza
11
2

An Italian drama centred on an encounter between a group of friends and colleagues on a terrace in Rome. In the days that follow, some of the lesser known details of their personal lives begin to reveal themselves.

Role:
Luigi
Starring:
Vittorio Gassman, Ugo Tognazzi, Jean-Louis Trintignant, Stefania Sandrelli
Directed By:
Ettore Scola
24. Jealousy, Italian Style (1970)
12
2
Jealousy, Italian Style
R
12
2

Adelaide is a florist who begins to date a married man named Oreste, who works as a construction worker. However, things get complicated when a pizza cook named Nello interferes in their relationship, by seducing Adelaide. Confused, Adelaide decides to attempt suicide.

Role:
Oreste
Starring:
Marisa Merlini, Monica Vitti, Giancarlo Giannini, Manuel Zarzo
Directed By:
Ettore Scola
25. Down the Ancient Stairs (1975)
14
2
Down the Ancient Stairs
R
14
2
Role:
Professor Bonaccorsi
Starring:
Françoise Fabian, Barbara Bouchet, Marthe Keller, Pierre Blaise
Directed By:
Mauro Bolognini
26. La Grande Bouffe (1973)
15
5
La Grande Bouffe
NC-17
15
5
Role:
Marcello
Starring:
Ugo Tognazzi, Philippe Noiret, Michel Piccoli, Andréa Ferréol
Directed By:
Marco Ferreri
27. Wifemistress (1977)
13
2
Wifemistress
R
13
2
Role:
Luigi De Angelis
Starring:
Gastone Moschin, William Berger, Leonard Mann, Laura Antonelli
Directed By:
Marco Vicario
28. The Beekeeper (1986)
17
2
The Beekeeper
17
2
Role:
Spyros
Starring:
Serge Reggiani, Nadia Mourouzi, Jenny Roussea, Dinos Iliopoulos
Directed By:
Theodoros Angelopoulos
29. The Man with the Balloons (1968)
12
2
The Man with the Balloons
12
2
Role:
Mario Fuggetta
Starring:
Ugo Tognazzi, Catherine Spaak, William Berger, Sonja Romanoff
Directed By:
Marco Ferreri
30. The Suspended Step of the Stork (1991)
13
3
The Suspended Step of the Stork
13
3
Role:
Missing Politician
Starring:
Jeanne Moreau, Gregory Patrick Karr, Ilias Logothetis, Dora Hrisikou
Directed By:
Theodoros Angelopoulos
31. Phantom Lovers (1961)
13
2
Phantom Lovers
13
2

Despite being broke and having no money, Count di Roviano refuses to sell his palace to a developer. He shares his palace with several ghosts, but his life takes a turn when he is blown up by the water heater, after which he becomes one of them as well. Things get complicated when his nephew Federico inherits the castle, and he intends to sell it.

Role:
Reginaldo di Roviano / Federico di Roviano / Gino
Starring:
Eduardo De Filippo, Claudio Gora, Vittorio Gassman, Belinda Lee
Directed By:
Antonio Pietrangeli
32. City of Women (1980)
13
2
City of Women
R
13
2

Snàporaz finds himself attracted to a woman during a train ride. The attraction is mutual, but she soon gets off when the train stops. Snàporaz decides to follow her, through the woods, and eventually he finds himself in a big hotel overrun with women who are there for a feminist convention. He decides to leave, but is unable to find any way out.

Role:
Snàporaz
Starring:
Anna Prucnal, Bernice Stegers, Jole Silvani, Donatella Damiani
Directed By:
33. The Assassin (1961)
12
2
The Assassin
12
2
Role:
Alfredo Martelli
Starring:
Micheline Presle, Andrea Checchi, Cristina Gaioni, Salvo Randone
Directed By:
Elio Petri
34. Il viale della speranza (1953)
11
5
Il viale della speranza
11
5

This comedy film revolves around three young girls who aspire to make a career for themselves in the film industry. While Luisa has talent, Franca has no artistic skills, which is why she is forced to seduce a producer. Meanwhile, the last one, Giuditta, who is the most experienced and naïve among the three, finds herself in a dilemma.

Role:
Mario (as Marcello Mastrojanni)
Starring:
Terence Hill, Cosetta Greco, Liliana Bonfatti, Piera Simoni
Directed By:
Dino Risi
35. Fantasma d'amore (1981)
17
2
Fantasma d'amore
17
2

This romantic horror drama mystery film tells the story of a married man, who is haunted by the presence of his former lover, although their affair had ended many years ago.

Role:
Nino Monti
Starring:
Romy Schneider, Wolfgang Preiss, Michael Kroecher, Eva Maria Meineke
Directed By:
Dino Risi
36. Love Story (1942)
11
6
Love Story
11
6
Starring:
Assia Noris, Carlo Campanini, Guido Notari, Piero Lulli
Directed By:
Mario Camerini
37. Domenica d'agosto (1950)
11
5
Domenica d'agosto
11
5
Starring:
Emilio Cigoli, Vera Carmi, Anna Baldini, Andrea Compagnoni
Directed By:
Luciano Emmer
38. Sand, Love and Salt (1957)
11
3
Sand, Love and Salt
11
3
Role:
Piero
Starring:
Trude Hesterberg, Kai Fischer, Edith Schultze-Westrum, Jester Naefe
Directed By:
Frantisek Cáp
39. The Law (1959)
11
2
The Law
11
2

Originally released in the USA as Where the Hot Wind Blows, this French-Italian movie is set in an Italian fishing village ruled by a petty crook. At the center of the story is a pretty girl called Marietta, who is desired by all. The tale takes a different turn when Enrico Tosso, an engineer from Milan, comes to the village to drain out the marshes. 

Role:
Enrico Tosso - l'agronomo
Starring:
Gina Lollobrigida, Pierre Brasseur, Yves Montand, Melina Mercouri
Directed By:
Jules Dassin
40. A Tailor's Maid (1957)
11
4
A Tailor's Maid
11
4

A young high-school couple is in love. Although the girl’s father has no objections to his romance, the boy’s father, who is a prestigious doctor, is not at all happy about it.

Role:
Cesare
Starring:
Vittorio De Sica, Franco Interlenghi, Antonella Lualdi, Marisa Merlini
Directed By:
Mario Monicelli
41. Vita da cani (1950)
11
4
Vita da cani
11
4

This comedy drama film tells the story of a mechanic who is quite bored with his life. Eventually, he decides to leave his job and his fiancée, and heads off to Rome, hoping to find a wealthy lover.

Starring:
Gina Lollobrigida, Aldo Fabrizi, Delia Scala, Tamara Lees
Directed By:
Mario Monicelli, Steno
42. La valigia dei sogni (1953)
11
4
La valigia dei sogni
11
4
Starring:
Helena Makowska, Ludmilla Dudarova, Umberto Melnati, Maria Pia Casilio
Directed By:
Luigi Comencini
43. Ginger and Fred (1986)
13
2
Ginger and Fred
PG-13
13
2
Role:
Pippo Botticella / Fred
Starring:
Giulietta Masina, Franco Fabrizi, Friedrich von Ledebur, Augusto Poderosi
Directed By:
44. Tempesta su Parigi (1948)
11
4
Tempesta su Parigi
11
4
Starring:
Hans Hinrich, Valentina Cortese, Gino Cervi, Luigi Pavese
Directed By:
Riccardo Freda
45. Chronicle of Poor Lovers (1954)
12
4
Chronicle of Poor Lovers
12
4
Role:
Ugo
Starring:
Cosetta Greco, Anna Maria Ferrero, Antonella Lualdi, Bruno Berellini
Directed By:
Carlo Lizzani
46. The 10th Victim (1965)
14
2
The 10th Victim
14
2
Role:
Marcello Poletti
Starring:
Ursula Andress, Massimo Serato, Elsa Martinelli, Salvo Randone
Directed By:
Elio Petri
47. Traffic Jam (1979)
10
2
Traffic Jam
10
2
Starring:
Alberto Sordi, Fernando Rey, Annie Girardot, Patrick Dewaere
Directed By:
Luigi Comencini
48. La pelle (1981)
13
2
La pelle
13
2

This Italian war film tells us the story of some of the ravaged people of post-World II in Naples, Italy, who betray and swindle their liberators. 

Role:
Curzio Malaparte
Starring:
Burt Lancaster, Claudia Cardinale, Carlo Giuffrè, Ken Marshall, Alexandra King
Directed By:
Liliana Cavani
49. Peccato che sia una canaglia (1955)
11
2
Peccato che sia una canaglia
11
2

Also referred to as Too Bad She’s Bad, the movie follows young and beautiful con-woman Lina Stroppiani, who with two other accomplices tries to steal a cab from taxi driver, Paolo Silvestrelli. There are much unexpected consequences when he realizes what they are up to. 

Role:
Paolo
Starring:
Sophia Loren, Vittorio De Sica, Giorgio Sanna, Michael Simone
Directed By:
Alessandro Blasetti
50. Doctor and the Healer (1957)
11
2
Doctor and the Healer
11
2

Doctor and the Healer is a comedy film which tells the story of Francesco, a young doctor, who is appointed to a village named Pianetta. However, things get complicated because he has to compete against a so-called healer named Don Antonio.

Role:
Dr. Francesco Marchetti
Starring:
Alberto Sordi, Vittorio De Sica, Marisa Merlini, Lorella De Luca
Directed By:
Mario Monicelli
51. Three Girls from Rome (1952)
10
3
Three Girls from Rome
10
3
Starring:
Leda Gloria, Ave Ninchi, Cosetta Greco, Lucia Bosé
Directed By:
Luciano Emmer
52. Paris Is Always Paris (1951)
10
3
Paris Is Always Paris
10
3
Starring:
Henri Guisol, Aldo Fabrizi, Ave Ninchi, Hélène Rémy
Directed By:
Luciano Emmer
53. Piece of the Sky (1958)
10
3
Piece of the Sky
10
3
Role:
Severino Balestra
Starring:
Rosanna Schiaffino, Silvio Bagolini, Salvatore Cafiero, Luigi De Martino
Directed By:
Aglauco Casadio
54. According to Pereira (1995)
12
2
According to Pereira
12
2
Role:
Pereira
Starring:
Marthe Keller, Daniel Auteuil, Joaquim de Almeida, Nicoletta Braschi
Directed By:
Roberto Faenza
55. Marionette (1939)
10
4
Marionette
10
4
Starring:
Theo Lingen, Paul Kemp, Lucie Englisch, Beniamino Gigli
Directed By:
Carmine Gallone
56. Signore e signori, buonanotte (1976)
10
3
Signore e signori, buonanotte
10
3

This comedy film was made as a satire of the social and political status of Italy during the 1970s.

Role:
Paolo T. Fiume
Starring:
Vittorio Gassman, Nino Manfredi, Senta Berger, Adolfo Celi
Directed By:
Luigi Comencini, Nanni Loy, Luigi Magni
57. The Sunday Woman (1975)
10
2
The Sunday Woman
R
10
2

The Sunday Woman is an Italian suspense drama film, which revolves around a police chief investigating a murder case of an architect, where the prime suspect is a socialite named Anna Carla.  

Role:
Commissioner Salvatore Santamaria
Starring:
Jacqueline Bisset, Jean-Louis Trintignant, Aldo Reggiani, Maria Teresa Albani
Directed By:
Luigi Comencini
58. The Bigamist (1956)
10
3
The Bigamist
10
3

The life of a happily married salesman turns upside down after it turns out that he was allegedly wed to another woman seven years earlier. As he is sent to prison after being accused of bigamy, his wife and son wonder if they should leave him permanently.  

Role:
Mario De Santis
Starring:
Vittorio De Sica, Franca Valeri, Giovanna Ralli, Marisa Merlini
Directed By:
Luciano Emmer
59. Les Misérables (1948)
10
3
Les Misérables
10
3
Starring:
Hans Hinrich, Valentina Cortese, Gino Cervi, Luigi Pavese
Directed By:
Riccardo Freda
60. The General of the Dead Army (1983)
11
2
The General of the Dead Army
11
2
Role:
General Ariosto
Starring:
Anouk Aimée, Michel Piccoli, Gérard Klein, Sergio Castellitto
Directed By:
Luciano Tovoli
61. Ferdinando I° re di Napoli (1959)
10
3
Ferdinando I° re di Napoli
10
3

King Ferdinand of the Two Sicilies is frowned upon by the people. To add fuel to the fire, a comic named Pulcinella continues to deliver hard sermons against the King. One day, out of anger, Ferdinand condemns him to death.

Starring:
Vittorio De Sica, Eduardo De Filippo, Peppino De Filippo, Aldo Fabrizi,
Directed By:
Gianni Franciolini
62. La schiava del peccato (1954)
10
3
La schiava del peccato
10
3
Role:
Giulio Franchi
Starring:
Camillo Pilotto, Paul Muller, Silvana Pampanini, Franco Fabrizi
Directed By:
Raffaello Matarazzo
63. It Only Happens to Others (1971)
11
3
It Only Happens to Others
PG
11
3

It Only Happens to Others is a French drama film which revolves around Catherine and Marcello, who are living secluded in their house, as they are unable to accept the loss of their nine-month old child.

Role:
Marcello
Starring:
Catherine Deneuve, Serge Marquand, Dominique Labourier, Danièle Lebrun
Directed By:
Nadine Trintignant
64. Rappresaglia (1973)
13
2
Rappresaglia
PG
13
2

Inspired by true incidents, this Italian language movie is set during WWII when Rome was under the Germans. When Italian protesters kill 33 members of the SS military police, the enraged German authorities issue an order to kill ten Italian soldiers for every German soldier killed. Caught in between is a priest who has to choose either his beliefs or obey orders from higher authorities.

Role:
Father Pietro Antonelli
Starring:
Richard Burton, Leo McKern, Anthony Steel, John Steiner
Directed By:
George P. Cosmatos
65. Bye Bye Monkey (1978)
10
2
Bye Bye Monkey
10
2
Role:
Luigi Nocello
Starring:
Geraldine Fitzgerald, James Coco, Gérard Depardieu, Abigail Clayton
Directed By:
Marco Ferreri
66. Casanova 70 (1965)
15
2
Casanova 70
15
2
Role:
Il maggiore Andrea Rossi-Colombotti
Starring:
Liana Orfei, Marisa Mell, Enrico Maria Salerno, Virna Lisi
Directed By:
Mario Monicelli
67. Love to Eternity (1972)
12
3
Love to Eternity
12
3

After an argument with friends, Liza is left alone on a Mediterranean island where she meets comics’ illustrator Giorgio, who prefers to live away from city-life with his beloved dog Melampo. Liza falls for the man, but Giorgio ignores her and continues to talk with Melampo, which makes Liza jealous. After she lets Melampo drown, she is made to take his place.

Role:
Giorgio
Starring:
Catherine Deneuve, Corinne Marchand, Claudine Berg, Dominique Marcas
Directed By:
Marco Ferreri
68. Eager to Live (1953)
10
3
Eager to Live
10
3
Role:
Daniele Massa
Starring:
Massimo Serato, Marina Berti, Anna Maria Ferrero, Paola Mori
Directed By:
Claudio Gora
69. Three Lives and Only One Death (1996)
10
2
Three Lives and Only One Death
10
2
Role:
Mateo Strano / Georges Vickers / Butler / Luc Allamand
Starring:
Anna Galiena, Marisa Paredes, Chiara Mastroianni, Melvil Poupaud
Directed By:
Raoul Ruiz
70. Me, Me, Me... and the Others (1966)
10
2
Me, Me, Me... and the Others
10
2

This comedy film tells the story of a well-known journalist named Sandro, who decides to conduct a survey on human selfishness. Every person whom he meets become a theme for his inquiry, including Titta, his wife. However, he slowly starts to identify himself with the people whom he meets.

Starring:
Gina Lollobrigida, Vittorio De Sica, Walter Chiari, Silvana Mangano
Directed By:
Alessandro Blasetti
71. The Voyeur (1970)
11
3
The Voyeur
11
3

The Voyeur is a comedy drama film which tells the story of Sandro, a 40 year old man married to a woman named Claude. Sandro has a strange obsession of filming his wife in all walks of life. Things however change when Mark enters their life.

Role:
Sandro
Starring:
Timothy Dalton, John Serret, Aram Stephan, Virna Lisi
Directed By:
Franco Indovina
72. Henry IV (1984)
10
2
Henry IV
PG-13
10
2

An aristocrat living in the 20th century becomes delusional after falling off a horse, and starts thinking of himself as Henry IV, the emperor who ruled Rome during the 11th century. His friends and relatives decide to play along with his delusions, but eventually, his psychiatrist attempts to figure out if he is truly insane, or trying to fake his madness.    

Role:
Enrico IV
Starring:
Claudia Cardinale, Leopoldo Trieste, Paolo Bonacelli, Gianfelice Imparato
Directed By:
Marco Bellocchio
73. Scipio the African (1971)
10
3
Scipio the African
10
3

Several years after the Second Punic War, Roman General Scipio Africanus finds himself losing his popularity, despite the fact that he had defeated General Hannibal years earlier. Things turn even worse when along with his brother, he is accused of theft of a significant sum of money. Even his friends and loved ones begin to abandon Scipio.

Role:
Scipione l'Africano
Starring:
Vittorio Gassman, Silvana Mangano, Turi Ferro, Ruggero Mastroianni
Directed By:
Luigi Magni
74. Days of Love (1954)
10
2
Days of Love
10
2
Role:
Pasquale Droppio (as Marcello Mastrojanni)
Starring:
Giulio Calì, Marina Vlady, Angelina Longobardi, Dora Scarpetta
Directed By:
Leopoldo Savona, Giuseppe De Santis
75. The Charge is Murder (1950)
10
2
The Charge is Murder
10
2
Role:
Renato La Torre
Starring:
Andrea Checchi, Lea Padovani, Emma Baron, Marga Cella
Directed By:
Giacomo Gentilomo
76. Stay as You Are (1978)
10
2
Stay as You Are
R
10
2

In this Italian-Spanish erotic drama film, a middle-aged landscape architect, Roué Giulio Marengo finds his married life miserable. He accidentally comes across a young and charming Florentine student, Francesca and is attracted towards her. The two begin an affair, but Giulio discovers that Francesca might be his daughter.

Role:
Giulio Marengo
Starring:
Nastassja Kinski, Francisco Rabal, Giuliana Calandra, Ania Pieroni
Directed By:
Alberto Lattuada
77. Gabriela (1983)
10
3
Gabriela
R
10
3
Role:
Nacib / Bar owner / Gabriel's husband
Starring:
Antonio Cantafora, Sônia Braga, Paulo Goulart, Ricardo Petráglia
Directed By:
Bruno Barreto
78. The Story of Piera (1983)
10
3
The Story of Piera
10
3

The Story of Piera is a biographical drama film, which is based on the life of Italian theatre actress Piera Degli Esposti. The film mostly focuses on her sexual relationships, including a lesbian relationship with her own daughter.   

Role:
Lorenzo / Father
Starring:
Tanya Lopert, Hanna Schygulla, Angelo Infanti, Isabelle Huppert
Directed By:
Marco Ferreri
79. La moglie del prete (1970)
11
2
La moglie del prete
PG
11
2

A woman attempts to commit suicide after learning that her boyfriend is married. However, her life is saved by a priest. She tries to date him, and the priest is unable to resist her charm. He realizes that his vow of celibacy is the main problem in their relationship. 

Role:
Don Mario
Starring:
Sophia Loren, Venantino Venantini, Pippo Starnazza, Jacques Stany
Directed By:
Dino Risi
80. House of Ricordi (1954)
10
2
House of Ricordi
10
2
Starring:
Elisa Cegani, Andrea Checchi, Danièle Delorme, Myriam Bru
Directed By:
Carmine Gallone
81. Don't Touch the White Woman! (1974)
9
2
Don't Touch the White Woman!
9
2

An absurdist Western set in modern day Europe, the film is a fictionalized version of Custer's Last Stand, featuring Indians under the leadership of Sitting Bull being trapped in an urban renewal project in Paris.  Meanwhile the railroad interest conspires with Pinkerton to bribe General Terry, who in turn employs General Custer to run field operations. 

Role:
George A. Custer
Starring:
Catherine Deneuve, Ugo Tognazzi, Philippe Noiret, Michel Piccoli
Directed By:
Marco Ferreri
82. Leo the Last (1970)
9
2
Leo the Last
R
9
2
Role:
Leo
Starring:
Billie Whitelaw, Calvin Lockhart, Glenna Forster-Jones, Graham Crowden
Directed By:
John Boorman
83. My Name Is Rocco Papaleo (1971)
9
2
My Name Is Rocco Papaleo
R
9
2

My Name is Rocco Papaleo is a comedy drama film which tells the story of an optimistic and kindhearted man from Alaska, who is on a trip to Chicago.  However, the city turns out far different from his expectations.

Role:
Rocco
Starring:
Lauren Hutton, Tom Reed, Margot Novak, Umberto Travaglini
Directed By:
Ettore Scola
84. Black Feathers (1952)
9
2
Black Feathers
9
2
Role:
Pietro 'Pieri' Cossutti
Starring:
Camillo Pilotto, Vera Carmi, Marina Vlady, Guido Celano
Directed By:
Oreste Biancoli
85. Everyone's in Love (1959)
9
2
Everyone's in Love
9
2
Role:
Giovanni
Starring:
Nando Bruno, Gabriele Ferzetti, Marisa Merlini, Jacqueline Sassard
Directed By:
Franco Rossi, Giuseppe Orlandini
86. Atrocious Tales of Love and Death (1979)
9
2
Atrocious Tales of Love and Death
9
2

Atrocious Tales of Love and Death is a mystery comedy film which tells the story of a poor mandolin player whose life gets more troubled than it already is, after three murders occur.

Role:
Raffaele Capece
Starring:
Capucine, Michel Piccoli, Renato Pozzetto, Ornella Muti
Directed By:
Sergio Corbucci
87. Oggi, domani, dopodomani (1965)
10
2
Oggi, domani, dopodomani
10
2
Role:
Mario (segment "L'uomo dei 5 palloni") / Michele Profili (segment "L'ora di punta") / Mario Gasparri (segment "La moglie bionda")
Starring:
Pamela Tiffin, Catherine Spaak, Virna Lisi, Luciano Salce
Directed By:
Eduardo De Filippo, Marco Ferreri, Luciano Salce
88. Salut l'artiste (1973)
9
2
Salut l'artiste
9
2
Role:
Nicolas Montei
Starring:
Françoise Fabian, Henri-Jacques Huet, Jean Rochefort, Evelyne Buyle
Directed By:
Yves Robert
89. Lunatics and Lovers (1976)
9
2
Lunatics and Lovers
9
2

After discovering that he is having an affair with an imaginary woman, the family of a wealthy nobleman tries to claim all his property, on the grounds that he is insane.

Role:
Marchese Luca Maria
Starring:
Claudia Mori, Adriano Celentano, Flora Carabella, Anna Miserocchi
Directed By:
Flavio Mogherini
90. Sunday Heroes (1952)
9
2
Sunday Heroes
9
2
Role:
Carlo Vagnetti
Starring:
Paolo Stoppa, Raf Vallone, Cosetta Greco, Franco Interlenghi
Directed By:
Mario Camerini
91. Love and Troubles (1958)
9
2
Love and Troubles
9
2
Role:
Franco
Starring:
Valentina Cortese, Richard Basehart, Maurizio Arena, Eloisa Cianni
Directed By:
Angelo Dorigo
92. Fatto di sangue fra due uomini per causa di una vedova. Si sospettano moventi politici (1978)
10
2
Fatto di sangue fra due uomini per causa di una vedova. Si sospettano moventi politici
R
10
2

Just before the Second World War and the rise of the dictators, two men fall in love with the same woman. Because of the changes in their country’s politics, three of them are forced to take a journey across the ocean to New York City.  

Role:
Rosario Maria Spallone
Starring:
Sophia Loren, Giancarlo Giannini, Turi Ferro, Mario Scarpetta
Directed By:
Lina Wertmüller
93. The Divine Nymph (1975)
9
2
The Divine Nymph
R
9
2
Starring:
Ettore Manni, Terence Stamp, Laura Antonelli, Duilio Del Prete
Directed By:
Giuseppe Patroni Griffi
94. Al di là delle nuvole (1995)
10
2
Al di là delle nuvole
10
2

Al di là delle nuvole (Beyond the Clouds) is a romantic drama film which tells the story of a filmmaker who is looking for inspiration for his next project. As he travels through France and Italy, he observes the relationships of a few young couples. 

Starring:
Jean Reno, Sophie Marceau, John Malkovich, Jeanne Moreau, Irène Jacob, Fanny Ardant, Chiara Caselli
95. Il momento più bello (1957)
9
2
Il momento più bello
9
2
Role:
Pietro Valeri
Starring:
Giovanna Ralli, Marisa Merlini, Riccardo Garrone, Ernesto Calindri
Directed By:
Luciano Emmer
96. La bella mugnaia (1955)
9
3
La bella mugnaia
9
3

Luca, a mill runner, and Carmela, a beautiful woman, are married to each other. However, Carmela’s beauty soon captivates Teofilo, a corrupt governor, who wants to have her. He then gets Luca arrested and tries to seduce his wife. However, Carmella resists his advances and does her best to free Luca.

Role:
Luca - suo marito
Starring:
Sophia Loren, Vittorio De Sica, Paolo Stoppa, Yvonne Sanson
Directed By:
Mario Camerini
97. Double Murder (1977)
9
2
Double Murder
9
2

Double Murder

Role:
Bruno Baldassarre
Starring:
Ursula Andress, Peter Ustinov, Jean-Claude Brialy, Agostina Belli
Directed By:
Steno
98. Love on the Riviera (1958)
9
3
Love on the Riviera
9
3
Role:
Marcello Mazzoni
Starring:
Alberto Sordi, Michèle Morgan, Gabriele Ferzetti, Sylva Koscina
Directed By:
Gianni Franciolini
99. Tempi nostri - Zibaldone n. 2 (1954)
9
3
Tempi nostri - Zibaldone n. 2
9
3

This comedy film tells us five different stories. The first one is the story of a poverty-ridden couple who feels that they already have enough children, and therefore they think of leaving their newborn at a church.  The second story is about a depressed old woman; the third one is about an elderly actor and actress, who discover that they are old friends, during a shoot. The fourth film is about a bus driver, and the final story is about a woman who is after a camera.

Starring:
Sophia Loren, Vittorio De Sica, Memmo Carotenuto, Elisa Cegani, Guido Celano
Directed By:
Alessandro Blasetti, Paul Paviot
100. The Island Princess (1954)
9
2
The Island Princess
9
2
Role:
Hernán
Starring:
José María Lado, Silvana Pampanini, Gustavo Rojo, Elvira Quintillá
Directed By:
Paolo Moffa, Carlos Serrano de Osma
101. Barefoot Savage (1952)
9
2
Barefoot Savage
9
2
Role:
Carlo Sartori
Starring:
Amedeo Nazzari, Eleonora Rossi Drago, Francesca Liddi, Corrado Nardi
Directed By:
Clemente Fracassi
102. Che? (1972)
11
2
Che?
R
11
2
Role:
Alex
Starring:
Roman Polanski, Guido Alberti, Hugh Griffith, Sydne Rome
Directed By:
103. Poppies Are Also Flowers (1966)
9
2
Poppies Are Also Flowers
GP
9
2

This television film revolves around Narcotics agents who work for the UN, as they attempt to trace heroin shipments from the Afghanistan-Iran border to the main European distributor. 

Starring:
Yul Brynner, Omar Sharif, Eli Wallach, Rita Hayworth, Trevor Howard, Angie Dickinson, Senta Berger
Directed By:
Terence Young
104. Against the Law (1950)
9
2
Against the Law
9
2
Role:
Marcello Curti
Starring:
Renato Malavasi, Fulvia Mammi, Mario Terribile, Manilio Busoni
Directed By:
Flavio Calzavara
105. La fortuna di essere donna (1956)
10
3
La fortuna di essere donna
10
3

Pretty young woman Antoinette is shocked to see her picture on the front page of Rome’s well-known newspaper, which brings her a lot of publicity, and unwarranted attention. Furious, she decides to sue the photographer Corrado, but Corrado introduces her to influential Count Gregario Sennetti, who promises to make her a star. Then, gradually Corrado finds himself truly falling in love with Antoinette. 

Role:
Corrado Betti
Starring:
Charles Boyer, Sophia Loren, Elisa Cegani, Nino Besozzi
Directed By:
Alessandro Blasetti
106. A Place for Lovers (1968)
11
3
A Place for Lovers
R
11
3

Julia is an American fashion designer, suffering from an incurable disease, who only has ten days to live. She decides to spend ten days of passion in the Alps with Valerio, a race car driver.

Role:
Valerio
Starring:
Faye Dunaway, Enrico Simonetti, Caroline Mortimer, Karin Eugh
Directed By:
107. Il marito bello: Il nemico di mia moglie (1959)
9
3
Il marito bello: Il nemico di mia moglie
9
3
Role:
Marco Tornabuoni
Starring:
Vittorio De Sica, Memmo Carotenuto, Giovanna Ralli, Luciana Paluzzi
Directed By:
Gianni Puccini
108. A Slightly Pregnant Man (1973)
11
2
A Slightly Pregnant Man
PG
11
2

This is a French-Italian comedy film centered on an Italian driving instructor, who feels bloated after consuming too much chicken. Doctors diagnose that the hormones in the chicken have made him feminine enough to conceive and he has become pregnant. Undaunted, he agrees to have his condition published, becoming a role model for many men. 

Role:
Marco Mazetti
Starring:
Catherine Deneuve, Micheline Presle, Marisa Pavan, Claude Melki
Directed By:
Jacques Demy
109. The Last Horror Film (1982)
9
2
The Last Horror Film
R
9
2
Starring:
Isabelle Adjani, Kris Kristofferson, Joe Spinell, J'Len Winters, John Kelly
Directed By:
David Winters
110. Vie privée (1962)
10
3
Vie privée
10
3

The semi-biographical drama, based on Brigitte Bardot’s life, also known as A Very Private Affair, depicts the story of young actress Jill. After she becomes a famous movie star and has an affair with her divorced friend Fabio, the press and fans intrude in her personal life leading to unexpected complications. 

Role:
Fabio Rinaldi
Starring:
Brigitte Bardot, Nicolas Bataille, Dirk Sanders, Jacqueline Doyen
Directed By:
111. Questi fantasmi (1967)
8
2
Questi fantasmi
G
8
2

Penurious opera singer Pasquale Lojacono and his beautiful wife, Maria, who have no house of their own, get to live free of charge in an ancient palace believed to be haunted. On finding food and gifts in the house, Pasquale naively believes that the ghosts are bestowing the gifts. Actually it is Maria’s suitor who wants to keep his love in luxury. 

Starring:
Sophia Loren, Vittorio Gassman, Aldo Giuffrè, Mario Adorf, Margaret Lee
Directed By:
Renato Castellani
112. A Tale of Five Women (1951)
8
2
A Tale of Five Women
8
2
Starring:
Gina Lollobrigida, Bonar Colleano, Anne Vernon, Lily Kann
Directed By:
Montgomery Tully, Romolo Marcellini, Emil E. Reinert
113. Used People (1992)
9
2
Used People
PG-13
9
2
Starring:
Shirley MacLaine, Joe Pantoliano, Doris Roberts, Kathy Bates, Jessica Tandy, Bob Dishy, Asia Vieira
Directed By:
Beeban Kidron
114. La pupa del gangster (1975)
9
3
La pupa del gangster
9
3

The Italian comedy film follows Charlie Colletto, a gangster from Milan, who is enamored with a redhead prostitute, Pupa. Despite being obsessed, he ill-treats Pupa. But when he falls on bad times, Pupa is in a position to call the shots. It is up to Pupa whether to bail him out of hot water or to set him up for a fall.

Role:
Charlie Colletto
Starring:
Sophia Loren, Aldo Maccione, Pierre Brice, Nazzareno Natale
Directed By:
Giorgio Capitani
115. Diamonds for Breakfast (1968)
8
3
Diamonds for Breakfast
PG
8
3
Role:
Grand Duke Nicholas Wladimirovitch Goduno
Starring:
Rita Tushingham, Margaret Blye, Elaine Taylor, Francesca Tu
Directed By:
Christopher Morahan
116. Shoot Loud, Louder... I Don't Understand (1966)
8
3
Shoot Loud, Louder... I Don't Understand
8
3

Alberto is a sculptor who is sometimes unable to distinguish his dreams from reality. Things get complicated when one night, he dreams that his neighbor has been murdered by his family.

Role:
Alberto Saporito
Starring:
Raquel Welch, Leopoldo Trieste, Guido Alberti, Rosalba Grottesi
Directed By:
Eduardo De Filippo
117. Beyond the Door (1982)
7
1
Beyond the Door
7
1

Beyond the Door is a drama film which tells the story of a former diplomat who is in prison for the murder of his wife. He is soon visited by his stepdaughter.

Role:
Enrico Sommi
Starring:
Tom Berenger, Michel Piccoli, Eleonora Giorgi, Paolo Bonetti
Directed By:
Liliana Cavani
118. Cuori sul mare (1950)
7
1
Cuori sul mare
7
1
Role:
Massimo Falchetti
Starring:
Sophia Loren, Charles Vanel, Milly Vitale, Jacques Sernas
Directed By:
Giorgio Bianchi
119. Prêt-à-Porter (1994)
8
1
Prêt-à-Porter
R
8
1

As the Paris Fashion Week gets closer, models, designers and journalists prepare for it. However, things get complicated when the Head of the Fashion Council, Olivier de la Fontaine, chokes to death on a sandwich.

Role:
Sergei (Sergio)
Starring:
Linda Hunt, Timothy Francis Robbins, Danny Aiello, Lyle Lovett, Julia Roberts, Teri Garr, Lauren Bacall
Directed By:
120. It's Never Too Late (1953)
7
1
It's Never Too Late
7
1
Role:
Riccardo
Starring:
Paolo Stoppa, Leda Gloria, Isa Barzizza, Giulio Donnini
Directed By:
Filippo Walter Ratti
121. La muta di Portici (1952)
11
2
La muta di Portici
11
2
Starring:
Doris Duranti, Paolo Carlini, Umberto Sacripante, Flora Mariel
Directed By:
Giorgio Ansoldi
122. What Time Is It? (1989)
12
2
What Time Is It?
12
2
Role:
Marcello, The Father
Starring:
Renato Moretti, Lou Castel, Anne Parillaud, Massimo Troisi
Directed By:
Ettore Scola
123. Splendor (1989)
11
2
Splendor
11
2
Role:
Jordan
Starring:
Marina Vlady, Pamela Villoresi, Massimo Troisi, Paolo Panelli
Directed By:
Ettore Scola
124. Voyage to the Beginning of the World (1997)
11
2
Voyage to the Beginning of the World
11
2
Role:
Manoel
Starring:
Leonor Silveira, Jean-Yves Gautier, Isabel de Castro, Diogo Dória
Directed By:
Manoel de Oliveira
125. I Don't Want to Talk About It (1993)
10
2
I Don't Want to Talk About It
PG-13
10
2
Role:
Ludovico D'Andrea
Starring:
Betiana Blum, Luisina Brando, Alejandra Podesta, Roberto Carnaghi
Directed By:
María Luisa Bemberg
126. Le due vite di Mattia Pascal (1985)
10
2
Le due vite di Mattia Pascal
10
2
Role:
Mattia Pascal
Starring:
Senta Berger, Flavio Bucci, Laura del Sol, Laura Morante
Directed By:
Mario Monicelli
127. Lulù (1953)
9
2
Lulù
9
2
Role:
Soletti
Starring:
Valentina Cortese, Paola Borboni, Jacques Sernas, Luigi Pavese
Directed By:
Fernando Cerchio
128. 1, 2, 3, Freeze (1993)
9
2
1, 2, 3, Freeze
9
2
Starring:
Olivier Martinez, Myriam Boyer, Anouk Grinberg, Jean-Michel Noirey
Directed By:
Bertrand Blier
129. Tragic Return (1952)
9
2
Tragic Return
9
2
Role:
Marco
Starring:
Doris Duranti, Dante Maggio, Franca Marzi, Fosca Freda
Directed By:
Pier Luigi Faraldo
130. The Eternal Chain (1952)
9
2
The Eternal Chain
9
2
Role:
Walter Ronchi
Starring:
Leda Gloria, Umberto Spadaro, Gianna Maria Canale, Marco Vicario
Directed By:
Anton Giulio Majano
131. Mondo Keazunt (1955)
9
2
Mondo Keazunt
9
2
Role:
Alessandrini
Starring:
Charles Vanel, Pedro Armendáriz, Kerima, Jacques Berthier
Directed By:
Folco Quilici, Gian Gaspare Napolitano
132. Towards Evening (1990)
10
2
Towards Evening
10
2
Role:
Prof. Bruschi
Starring:
Sandrine Bonnaire, Zoe Incrocci, Victor Cavallo, Giorgio Tirabassi
Directed By:
Francesca Archibugi
133. Macaroni (1985)
10
2
Macaroni
PG
10
2
Role:
Antonio Jasiello
Starring:
Jack Lemmon, Daria Nicolodi, Isa Danieli, Maria Luisa Santella
Directed By:
Ettore Scola
134. Miss Arizona (1988)
10
2
Miss Arizona
10
2
Role:
Rozsnyai Sándor
Starring:
Hanna Schygulla, Mária Varga, Gyula Szabó, Kati Kovács
Directed By:
Pál Sándor
135. Le voleur d'enfants (1991)
9
2
Le voleur d'enfants
9
2
Role:
Bigua
Starring:
Michel Piccoli, Ángela Molina, Virginie Ledoyen, Loïc Even
Directed By:
Christian de Chalonge
136. Les cent et une nuits de Simon Cinéma (1995)
9
2
Les cent et une nuits de Simon Cinéma
9
2
Role:
L'ami italien / The Italian Friend
Starring:
Jane Birkin, Jean-Paul Belmondo, Daryl Hannah, Harry Dean Stanton, Martin Sheen, Alain Delon, Robert De Niro
Directed By:
Agnès Varda
137. Big Deal After 20 Years (1985)
8
2
Big Deal After 20 Years
8
2
Role:
Tiberio
Starring:
Vittorio Gassman, Gina Rovere, Clelia Rondinella, Tiberio Murgia
Directed By:
Amanzio Todini
138. Cin cin (1992)
7
1
Cin cin
PG-13
7
1
Role:
Mr. Cesareo Grimaldi
Starring:
Julie Andrews, Jean-Pierre Castaldi, Jonathan Cecil, Ian Fitzgibbon
Directed By:
Gene Saks

TV Movie(s)

1. 1870 (1972)
11
2
1870
11
2
Role:
Augusto Parenti
Starring:
Anna Magnani, Mario Carotenuto, Osvaldo Ruggieri, Duilio Cruciani
Directed By:
Alfredo Giannetti
2. A che punto è la notte (1994)
11
2
A che punto è la notte
11
2
Role:
Salvatore Santamaria
Starring:
Max von Sydow, Emmanuelle Riva, Marie Laforêt, Angela Finocchiaro
Directed By:
Nanni Loy

Marcello Mastroianni Awards

Golden Globe Awards
Winner World Film Favorite - Male 1965
Divorzio all'italiana Best Actor - Comedy or Musical 1963
BAFTA Awards
Ieri oggi domani Best Foreign Actor 1965
Divorzio all'italiana Best Foreign Actor 1964