Maria Grazia Buccella
Sissignore (1969) Born 15 August 1940 Milan, Lombardy, Italy Years active 1951 - 2000 Maria Grazia Buccella, (born 15 August 1940) is a former Italian glamour model, Miss Italy contestant (1959) and film actress.
Buccella screentested for the role of
Domino Derval 1965 James Bond film . The role eventually went to French actress, Thunderball Claudine Auger. That year, she appeared in the [1 ] Dino Risi directed film which co starred actors such as Il Gaucho Vittorio Gassman.
In 1966, she played the beauty Miss Okra in the
Peter Sellers film . In 1968, she won a After the Fox Silver Ribbon award at the Italian National Syndicate of Film Journalists for Best Supporting Actress (Migliore Attrice Non Protagonista) in the film . Ti ho sposato per allegria [2 ]
She featured on the cover of
magazine in November 1976. She virtually retired from film in 1979 although made two small appearances in the late 1980s and a final appearance in the 2000 TV series Playmen Hotel Otello. [ ] citation needed Filmography [edit ] La nostra pelle, directed by Raymond Berhard (1951) Fontana di Trevi, directed by Carlo Campogalliani (1960) La strada dei giganti, directed by Guido Malatesta (1960) Nerone '71, directed by Walter Filippi (1961) Canzoni in bikini, directed by Giuseppe Vari (1963) Siamo tutti pomicioni, directed by Marino Girolami (1963) La donna degli altri è sempre più bella, directed by Marino Girolami (1963) Canzoni in bikini, directed by Giuseppe Vari (1963) , directed by Il boom Vittorio De Sica (1963) L'idea fissa, directed by Gianni Puccini (1965) (1965) Man from Cocody Il crollo di Roma, directed by Antonio Margheriti (1965) , directed by La guerra segreta Carlo Lizzani (1965) , directed by Su e giù Mino Guerrini (1965) , directed by Una vergine per il principe Pasquale Festa Campanile (1965) , directed by La guerra segreta Carlo Lizzani (1965) , directed by Menage all'italiana Franco Indovina (1965) , directed by Il Gaucho Dino Risi (1966) , directed by Caccia alla volpe Vittorio De Sica (1966) , directed by Le piacevoli notti Armando Crispino (1966) , directed by L'armata Brancaleone Mario Monicelli (1966) Adulterio all'italiana, directed by Pasquale Festa Campanile (1966) Domani non siamo pià qui, directed by Brunello Rondi (1966) , directed by Ti ho sposato per allegria Luciano Salce (1967) , directed by Villa Rides Buzz Kulik (1968) , directed by Infanzia, vocazione e prime esperienze di Giacomo Casanova, veneziano Luigi Comencini (1969) Dove vai tutta nuda?, directed by Pasquale Festa Campanile (1969) Sissignore, directed by Ugo Tognazzi (1969) La collera del vento, directed by Mario Camus (1970) Il provinciale, directed by Luciano Salce (1971) Basta guardarla, directed by Luciano Salce (1971) Nerone, directed by Pier Francesco Pingitore (1976) Remo e Romolo - Storia di due figli di una lupa, directed by Pier Francesco Pingitore (1976) Quando c'era lui... caro lei!, directed by Giancarlo Santi (1978) L'importante è non farsi notare, directed by Romolo Guerrieri (1979) Delitto in formula uno, directed by Bruno Corbucci (1983) (TV series, 1988, I ragazzi della 3ª C guest star) See also [edit ] List of people in Playmen 1970-1979 References [edit ] External links [edit ]