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Who is Alfonso Brescia?
Alfonso Brescia was an Italian film director of low-budget films, sometimes credited as Al Bradley or Al Bradly. Film buffs mainly know him for the four low-budget sci-fi films he hurriedly directed in 1977–78 to capitalize on the success of Star Wars. He directed Ator 3: Iron Warrior in 1986 without the series' originator Joe D'Amato's permission, and D'Amato later said that he considered the Ator series only consisted of films # 1, 2 and 4.
- also known as Al Bradley, Al Bradly, Al Bradey, Albert B. Leonard
- born on (86 years ago) in Rome
- nationality: Italy, Kingdom of Italy
- profession: Film director, screenwriter, actor
- died on (14 years ago) in Rome
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