TB6504 Stasera Rita (TV Movie-Antonello Falqui)

Summary of the film: This is a TV Move program played by Italy RAI TV station in November-December 1965, total 4 episodes. Rita Pavone and Salvatore Adamo, Gina Lollobrigida, Mina starring.

For the first time in the Italian TV history, a prime time show is conducted and entirely dedicated to a new young star, who emulates with astonishing skill and great capacity and intelligence the greatest stars from USA. A unanimous huge success of public and critics grants to the program a special mention at the famous Montreux International TV Festival. Everybody crazy for her fabulous impersonations of Marilyn Monroe, Charlie Chaplin, Al Jolson, The Dolly Sisters and Mina. She hosts big Artist like Gina Lollobrigida, Paul Anka, Gianni Morandi, Teddy Randazzo, Mina, Adamo, the Kessler Twins, Ugo Tognazzi and many many others. In one episode, Mina and Rita, two big TV stars, exchanging their songs: Mina singing Pavone’s “ Amore Twist / Che m’importa del mondo/La partita di pallone/ Come te non c’è nessuno / Pel di carota “ - and Rita answering with - “ Il cielo in una stanza / Una zebra a pois / Moliendo café / Città vuota ( Empty Town ) Due note “ and finally together. “ Stasera con te “ and “ Ciao Ciao" ( Down Town )
Rita Pavone (born 23 August 1945) is an Italian ballad and rock singer who enjoyed success through the 1960s. Pavone is also an actress.

In 1962 she participated in the first Festival degli Sconosciuti ("Festival of the Unknown"), a song competition for amateur artists, winning the contest. Her self-titled 1963 album, led by the hit single "La partita di pallone" ("The Soccer Game") made her a national star at 17, and international attention soon followed. "La partita di pallone" sold over one million copies, and was awarded a gold disc.[1] Her recording of "Cuore" ("Heart") also sold a million copies in 1963, spending nine weeks at number one in Italy.[1]

In the summer of 1964 she had chart success in North America with a record sung in English titled "Remember Me", backed with "Just Once More". The song reached #26 in the United States and #16 in Canada.

In 1965, Pavone participated as a musician guest in The Ed Sullivan Show, becoming a frequent guest there until 1970. Meanwhile, she scored a string of hits, both with ballads and rock songs, in Spain, where she became a teen idol. Pavone enjoyed so much fame in Spain that it was commented, during a 2005 television documentary from that country, that such success for a foreign singer there is rare...

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Italy composer Franco Pisano (1922 – 1977)

was an Italian composer, conductor, arranger and jazz musician. Born in Cagliari, Sardinia, the older brother of the composer Berto, Pisano studied violin, classical guitar and piano at the Conservatory of Cagliari. He started his career as a musician together with his brother in the jazz group Asternovas. He later focused on composing pop songs and musical scores for films and television programs. He died of liver cancer, aged 54.
Summary of the music: The film was composed by Franco Pisano, Morricone arranged 1 music (See below OST list)

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001 Stasera con te (02:00) (Franco Pisano Composer; Ennio Morricone Arranger Conductor; Lina Wertmüller Lyrics; Leo Chiosso Lyrics; Rita Pavone Vocals)

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