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Duilio Del Prete
Actor, At Long Last Love (1975)
Duilio Del Prete, as a merry Italian lothario, might conceivably play a street arab, but in a sophisticated role, with his thick accent and thin talent, he has as much charm as a broomstick with a smile painted on it, and turns every Porter lyric into a verbal jigsaw puzzle we are supposed to piece together on the wing.
(John Simon, National Review)
Duilio Del Prete, an Italian discovery, sings as if he came to paint the mansion and stayed on to regale the company with wobbly impersonations of Louis Jordan and Maurice Chevalier.
(Bruce Williamson, Playboy)
Duilio Del Prete, an Italian with no voice, makes the elegant English of Cole Porter sound like pig Latin.
(Frank Rich, New Times)
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