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In Theaters
  • One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest

  • Spartacus

  • Twilight Zone: The Movie

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At Home
  • His Kind of Woman

  • The Lady Gambles

  • Alamein

  • Games

  • The Devil and the Deep

  • Too Young to Kiss

  • The Pleasure Seekers

  • Roadblock

  • Duffy of San Quentin

  • The Killer That Stalked New York

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Peter Brocco Biography

  • Profession: Actor
  • Born: Jan 1, 1903
  • Died: Jan 3, 1993

Stage actor Peter Brocco made his first film appearance in 1932's [[Feature~V89293~The Devil and Deep~thedevilandthedeep]]. He then left films to tour in theatrical productions in Italy, Spain and Switzerland. Returning to Hollywood in 1947, Brocco could be seen in dozens of minor and supporting roles, usually playing petty crooks, shifty foreign agents, pathetic winos and suspicious store clerks. His larger screen roles included Ramon in [[Feature~V45948~Spartacus~spartacus]] (1960), The General in [[Feature~V3794~The Balcony~thebalcony]] (1963), Dr. Wu in [[Feature~V36764~Our Man Flint~ourmanflint]] (1963), and the leading character in the Cincinnati-filmed black comedy [[Feature~V22947~Homebodies~homebodies]] (1974). The addition of a fuzzy, careless goatee in his later years enabled Brocco to portray generic oldsters in such films as [[Feature~V36363~One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest~oneflewoverthecuckoosnest]] (1977), [[Feature~V36341~The One and Only~theoneandonly]](1977), [[Feature~V49814~Throw Momma From the Train~throwmommafromthetrain]] (1989) and [[Feature~V53367~War of the Roses~thewaroftheroses]] (1983). In 1983, Peter Brocco was one of many veterans of the Twilight Zone TV series of the 1950s and 1960s to be affectionately cast in a cameo role in [[Feature~V51331~Twilight Zone: The Movie~twilightzone:themovie]] (1983). ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi