|Died||November 4, 1976 (aged 59)|
|Occupation||Film director, cinematographer, screenwriter|
Massimo Dallamano (April 17, 1917 – November 4, 1976), sometimes credited as Max Dillman, Max Dillmann or Jack Dalmas, was an Italian director and director of photography.
Born in Milan, Dallamano began in the 1940s as cameraman for documentaries and commercials, and after the war he became a cinematographer, specializing in adventure films. Credited as Jack Dalmas he was the cinematographer on Sergio Leone's A Fistful of Dollars (1964) and For a Few Dollars More (1965).
In 1967 he made his directorial debut with another spaghetti western, Bandidos. He went on to direct a dozen more films, including poliziotteschi, giallo films and erotic dramas. His films include Dorian Gray (1970), What Have You Done to Solange? (1972), What Have They Done to Your Daughters? (1974) and The Night Child (1975).
|Herod the Great||1959||Yes|||
|Constantine and the Cross||1961||Yes|||
|A Fistful of Dollars||1964||Yes|||
|Bullets Don't Argue||Yes|||
|For a Few Dollars More||1965||Yes|||
|Venus in Furs||1969||Yes|||
|What Have You Done to Solange?||1972||Yes||Yes|||
|What Have They Done to Your Daughters?||1974||Yes||Yes|||
|The Cursed Medallion||1975||Yes|||
|Colt 38 Special Squad||1976||Yes||Yes|||
|Rings of Fear||1978||Yes|||
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