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About The Micalizzi family
Franco Micalizzi (born December 21, 1939) is an Italian composer and conductor, best known for his scores in Poliziotteschi films. His first success was for the musical score of the spaghetti western They Call Me Trinity, in 1970. He had previously collaborated on composing with Roberto Pregadio the famous whistled western score for the film The Forgotten Pistolero (original: Il Pistolero dell'Ave Maria). His main theme for the poliziottesco film Italia a mano armata was used in the soundtrack of Quentin Tarantino's Death Proof.