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Ennio Flaiano (March 5, 1910 in Pescara – November 20, 1972 in Rome), was an Italian screenwriter, playwright, novelist, journalist and drama critic. He is best known for his work with Federico Fellini.
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|1||The Final Inquiry (2006)||Director / Writer||4|
|2||Sweet Charity (1969)||Director / Writer||-|
|3||Juliet of the Spirits (1965)||Director / Writer||-|
|4||The 10th Victim (1965)||Director / Writer||-|
|5||8½ (1963)||Director / Writer||8|
|6||The Executioner (1963)||Director / Writer||9|
|7||La Notte (1961)||Director / Writer||9|
|8||La Dolce Vita (1960)||Director / Writer||8.5|
|9||Nights of Cabiria (1957)||Director / Writer||7.5|
|10||La Strada (1954)||Director / Writer||9|
|11||I Vitelloni (1953)||Director / Writer||-|
|12||The White Sheik (1952)||Director / Writer||-|
|13||Variety Lights (1951)||Director / Writer||-|