Wednesday, 14 December 2016

ANKITO filmography

Ankito started as a supporting actor in 1952's 'É fogo na roupa'... less than a year later, in 1953 he was already top-billing in 'Os 3 recrutas' with Colé and José Lewgoy.

1952 - É fogo na roupa

1953 - Os 3 recrutas (15 November 1953)

1954 - Marujo por acaso (25 July 1954)
1954 - Angú de caroço

1955 - O rei do movimento - Aparício (30 May 1955) 
1955 - O grande pintor

1956 - O feijão é nosso - Petrônio Sensorte

1957 - Metido a bacana - Anacleto-Hilario
1957 - É de chuá
1957 - De pernas p'ro ar - Benedito
1957 - O boca de ouro -

1958 - Quem roubou meu samba - Leogivildo
1958 - E o bicho não deu -

1959 - Garota enxuta - Aporanga Popó (12 October 1959)

1960 - Pé na tábua - 
1960 - Vai que é mole
1960 - Sai dessa, recruta
1960 - Pistoleiro bossa nova - Inocêncio - Pistoleiro Misterioso

1961 - Um candango na Velha Cap - Tonico
1961 - Os 3 cangaceiros - Aristides Pelado

1969 - Um sonho de vampiros


15 November 1953 - directed by Eurides Ramos 'Os 3 recrutas' is Ankito's first time top-billing a movie ad sharing this honour with fellow comedian Colé and bad-man José Lewgoy;  Adriano Reis plays the good-looking hero and Myrian Tereza the 'mocinha' (engenue). 
25 July 1954
5 June 1955
1956

Ankito, Catalano, Francisco Dantas, Wilson Grey, Erik (make-up man) & Alencaster Guimarães.
Heloisa Helena listens to Catalano in 1957's 'O boca de ouro' - a typical Brazilian high-society milieu. 

7 July 1958 - Victor Lima's 'De pernas p'ro ar' was another box-office winner with Ankito, Grande Otelo, Renata Fronzi, Renato Restier & the usual gang. 

11 October 1959

21 February 1960 - Ankito's 14th movie as a top-billing star. Victor Lima's 'Pé na tabua' with Grande Otelo and Renata Fronzi plus Nely Martins, bad-man Carlos Tovar, Radio Nacional crooner Bill Farr, rock'n'roller Carlos Imperial and the King of Rumba Ruy Rey.
15 May 1960 - less than 3 months after 'Pé na tabua' a new Ankito & Grande Otelo flick 'Pistoleiro bossa nova' to cash on in the wave created over the so-called Bossa Nova, the new Brazilian rhythm that would conquer the world in a couple of years. The supporting cast is almost the same of the previous movie: Renata Fronzi, Carlos Tovar... with the inclusion of bad-man Renato Restier, mouse-faced Wilson Grey and the baddest men of all Aurelio Teixeira.
15 April 1961 -



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