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Mazzaropi . 1952 . Nadando em Dinheiro by Abilio Pereira de Almeida
Mazzaropi . 1953 . Candinho by Abilio Pereira de Almeida
Mazzaropi . 1955 . A Carrocinha by Agostinho Martins Pereira
Mazzaropi . 1959 . Jeca Tatu by Milton Amaral
Mazzaropi . 1960 . As Aventuras de Pedro Malasartes by Amácio Mazzaropi
Mazzaropi . 1962 . O Vendedor de Linguiça by Glauco Mirko Laurelli
Mazzaropi . 1963 . Casinha pequenina by Glauco Mirko Laurelli
Mazzaropi . 1964 . Meu Japão Brasileiro by Glauco Mirko Laurelli
Mazzaropi . 1964 . O Lamparina by Glauco Mirko Laurelli
Mazzaropi . 1966 . O Corintiano by Milton Amaral
Mazzaropi . 1969 . No Paraíso das Solteironas by Amácio Mazzaropi
Mazzaropi . 1973 . Portugal... Minha Saudade by Amácio Mazzaropi
Mazzaropi . 1973 . Um caipira em Bariloche by Amácio Mazzaropi
Mazzaropi . 1974 . O Jeca Macumbeiro by Amácio Mazzaropi
Mazzaropi . 1977 . Jecão... Um Fofoqueiro no Céu by Amácio Mazzaropi
Mazzaropi . 1980 . O Jeca e a Égua Milagrosa by Amácio Mazzaropi
Mazzaropi . 2002 . O Cineasta das Platéias by Luiz Otavio de Santi

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