On April 15, 1967 died Totò: the memories of Eduardo, Nino Taranto, Sordi, Pasolini and Lucio Dalla
On April 15, 1967, fifty years ago, died Antonio De Curtis, Totò.
On the pages of the newspaper Paese Sera Eduardo De Filippo wrote a beautiful memory.
Later he returns to talk of Totò in an interview with Rai 2
Nino Taranto held the funeral oration at the funeral of Totò: it is an emotional speech and participated.
Alberto Sordi recited with Totò only in a movie Totò and the Kings of Rome (1951) by Steno and Mario Monicelli. He remembers:
The meeting of Toto and Pier Paolo Pasolini takes place in the last years of the actor's life, but it is extremely intense. Before the masterpiece The Hawks and the Sparrows (1966). Then, in 1967, The Earth from the Moon, episode of the movie The Witches and What are the clouds? episode of the film Caprice Italian Style, shot in 1967, but released posthumously in 1968. These two episodes by Pasolini are two real gems, which conclude the activity and life of the great Italian actor.
In an interview Pasolini remembers him thus:
Finally a passionate declaration of love for Toto and, through him, to Naples by Lucio Dalla.