A report on Gino Cervi

Cervi in 1970
Cervi (left) with the Belgian author Georges Simenon and the Italian publisher Arnoldo Mondadori
Gino Cervi in Maigret (1967).

Italian actor.

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Cervi in 1970

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Don Camillo statue in Brescello

Don Camillo and Peppone

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Don Camillo and Peppone are the fictional protagonists of a series of works by the Italian writer and journalist Giovannino Guareschi set in what Guareschi refers to as the "small world" of rural Italy after World War II.

Don Camillo and Peppone are the fictional protagonists of a series of works by the Italian writer and journalist Giovannino Guareschi set in what Guareschi refers to as the "small world" of rural Italy after World War II.

Don Camillo statue in Brescello
Peppone statue in front of the Brescello city hall
Drawing of Don Camillo as depicted by Fernandel
Don Camillo talking with Jesus
Gino Cervi as Peppone

Don Camillo was played by French actor Fernandel, Peppone by the Italian actor Gino Cervi, quite a Guareschi-lookalike, both tall and bulky with big mustaches.

Simenon in 1963

Georges Simenon

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Belgian writer.

Belgian writer.

Simenon in 1963
26 rue Léopold, Liège, the house where Simenon was born
Maigret statue in Delfzijl, Netherlands
Simenon, 1963
The 100 Years of Georges Simenon coin
Maigret statue in Delfzijl, Netherlands

Three television series (1960–63, 1992–93 and 2016-), have been made in Great Britain (the first with Rupert Davies in the title role, the second with Michael Gambon and the third with Rowan Atkinson), one in Italy in four different seasons for a total of 36 episodes (1964–72) starring Gino Cervi; and two in France: (1967–90) starring Jean Richard and (1991–2005) starring Bruno Cremer.

Andreina Pagnani and Gino Cervi (1966)

Le inchieste del commissario Maigret

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Andreina Pagnani and Gino Cervi (1966)
Actor Gino Cervi (left) with the Belgian author Georges Simenon (center) and the Italian publisher Arnoldo Mondadori

Le inchieste del commissario Maigret (i.e. "The inquiries of the superintendent Maigret") is an Italian television series based on the detective fiction of Georges Simenon about the police commissaire Jules Maigret, portrayed by Gino Cervi, directed by Mario Landi, in sixteen episodes, produced by RAI.

Tonino Cervi

Tonino Cervi

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Italian film director, screenwriter and producer.

Italian film director, screenwriter and producer.

Tonino Cervi

Born in Rome, Cervi was the son of actor Gino Cervi and father of Antonia Cervi, Antonio Levesi Cervi, Stefano Cervi and actress Valentina Cervi.

Maigret statue by Pieter d'Hont in Delfzijl, Netherlands. The unveiling was made by Simenon himself on 3 September 1966, at the place where he had written the first Maigret novel, and was attended by Maigret actors from various countries.

Jules Maigret

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Fictional French police detective, a commissaire of the Paris Brigade Criminelle (Direction Régionale de la Police Judiciaire de Paris:36, Quai des Orfèvres), created by writer Georges Simenon.

Fictional French police detective, a commissaire of the Paris Brigade Criminelle (Direction Régionale de la Police Judiciaire de Paris:36, Quai des Orfèvres), created by writer Georges Simenon.

Maigret statue by Pieter d'Hont in Delfzijl, Netherlands. The unveiling was made by Simenon himself on 3 September 1966, at the place where he had written the first Maigret novel, and was attended by Maigret actors from various countries.
Maigret statue by Pieter d'Hont in Delfzijl, Netherlands. The unveiling was made by Simenon himself on 3 September 1966, at the place where he had written the first Maigret novel, and was attended by Maigret actors from various countries.
Marcel Guillaume, a celebrated French police commissioner, pictured giving evidence in 1932. He has been seen as a possible inspiration for Maigret.
Jules Maigret memorial plaque

The Italian actor Gino Cervi played the character on Italian television from 1964 up to 1972 in Le inchieste del commissario Maigret; Simenon himself considered Cervi's interpretation of the character to be "very good."

Cervi in 2012

Valentina Cervi

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Italian film and television actress.

Italian film and television actress.

Cervi in 2012

She is the daughter of director Tonino Cervi and granddaughter of actor Gino Cervi.

Maigret a Pigalle

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1966 Italian crime film directed by Mario Landi.

1966 Italian crime film directed by Mario Landi.

Gino Cervi: Maigret

Peppone (Gino Cervi) and Don Camillo (Fernandel)

Little World of Don Camillo

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Peppone (Gino Cervi) and Don Camillo (Fernandel)

The Little World of Don Camillo (Don Camillo; Le Petit Monde de don Camillo) is a 1952 Italian-French film directed by Julien Duvivier, starring Fernandel and Gino Cervi.

Giovannino Guareschi and Fernandel on the set

The Return of Don Camillo

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Giovannino Guareschi and Fernandel on the set

The Return of Don Camillo (Italian: Il ritorno di Don Camillo; French: Le Retour de don Camillo) is a 1953 French-Italian comedy film directed by Julien Duvivier and starring Fernandel, Gino Cervi and Édouard Delmont.

Aldebaran (film)

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Aldebaran is a 1935 Italian drama film directed by Alessandro Blasetti and starring Gino Cervi, Evi Maltagliati and Gianfranco Giachetti.