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Common name: Gian-Carlo Scandiuzzi / Gian Carlo Scandiuzzi / Giancarlo Scandiuzzi / Carlo Scandiuzzi
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DVD Profiler Unlimited RegistrantStar ContributorMad Rockatansky
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Giancarlo Scandiuzzi is an Italian-American actor, writer and producer.
Common name is useful.

Documentation:
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From CLT:
Gian-Carlo Scandiuzzi (9/68)
Gian Carlo Scandiuzzi (6/23)
Giancarlo Scandiuzzi (2/12)
Carlo Scandiuzzi (2/3)



Gian-Carlo Scandiuzzi (3 unconfirmed)

Bugsy
Darkdrive (1997)
Killing Zoe

Prototype (1992)
Shredder Orpheus (1990)
Sitting Target aka Prime Target (1990)
The Bonfire of the Vanities

Gian Carlo Scandiuzzi (0 unconfirmed)

A.P.E.X. (1994)
Killing Zoe


Giancarlo Scandiuzzi (0 unconfirmed)

Another You (1991)


Carlo Scandiuzzi (1 unconfirmed)

Sitting Target aka Prime Target (1990)
Year of the Gun (1991)









Gian-Carlo Scandiuzzi (3 confirmed)

Bugsy confirmed by AiAustria
Darkdrive (1997) confirmed by Mad Rockatansky
The Bonfire of the Vanities confirmed by T!M

Gian Carlo Scandiuzzi (2 confirmed)

A.P.E.X. (1994) confirmed by Mad Rockatansky
Killing Zoe confirmed by AiAustria

Giancarlo Scandiuzzi (1 confirmed)

Another You (1991) confirmed by Mad Rockatansky

Carlo Scandiuzzi (1 confirmed)

Year of the Gun (1991) confirmed by Mad Rockatansky
"Two days ago, I saw a vehicle that would haul that tanker. You want to get out of here?...You talk to me."
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Killing Zoe 1:29:48
Bank Manager    GIAN CARLO SCANDIUZZI
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Bugsy@2:08:05
Count di Frasso  GIAN-CARLO SCANDIUZZI
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Darkdrive (1997) as Gian-Carlo Scandiuzzi Matthew Stolopin

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Year of the Gun (1991) as Carlo Scandiuzzi ADR Voices

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Another You (1991) as Giancarlo Scandiuzzi Headwaiter

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A.P.E.X. (1994) as Gian Carlo Scandiuzzi Story by
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'The Bonfire of the Vanities': Gian-Carlo Scandiuzzi
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Year of the Gun (1991) as Carlo Scandiuzzi ADR Voices invalid

For the record: whether that's an invalid credit is very much up for debate. They're certainly being contributed and accepted into the database on a regular basis.
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Year of the Gun (1991) as Carlo Scandiuzzi ADR Voices invalid

For the record: whether that's an invalid credit is very much up for debate. They're certainly being contributed and accepted into the database on a regular basis.


It is located just below the CAST, in the ADR Voices section.
I wrote "invalid", because in many posts, ADR Voices have not been accepted...

As for me, I would accept it.

Tell me, how should I consider it...
Valid or Invalid?
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Tell me, how should I consider it...
Valid or Invalid?

You'll get a different answer depending on who you ask. My opinion on this never changed: what I want most of all, is to be consistent. So if we're including the same group of people when they're labelled "Additional Voices" or "Voice Cast", then I'll track them if they're called "ADR Cast" or "ADR Voices" as well. Either they're all out, or they're all in, but I'll treat the exact same people providing the exact same job exactly the same way. So if you ask me, I would consider this a valid credit. Personally, these credits are more interesting to me than local dubbing voices - something Ken did actually publicly sign off on as being valid entries. And if we can track those, then it seems ridiculous to not include these voice actors, too. The bottom line is that once you've seen a dozen "ADR Cast" groups, of which the word "Cast" makes it pretty hard to claim that they aren't part of the cast, it becomes a lot harder to ignore roughly the same group of people in a different film when they're under an "ADR Voices" header. They're the same people, providing the same job. I refuse to include "ADR Cast" and then leave out "ADR Voices" - either we track both, or neither. So I choose to track both, but others will most certainly disagree. And as so often, Invelos refuses to make a decision...
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Quoting T!M:
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Quoting Mad Rockatansky:
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Tell me, how should I consider it...
Valid or Invalid?

You'll get a different answer depending on who you ask. My opinion on this never changed: what I want most of all, is to be consistent. So if we're including the same group of people when they're labelled "Additional Voices" or "Voice Cast", then I'll track them if they're called "ADR Cast" or "ADR Voices" as well. Either they're all out, or they're all in, but I'll treat the exact same people providing the exact same job exactly the same way. So if you ask me, I would consider this a valid credit. Personally, these credits are more interesting to me than local dubbing voices - something Ken did actually publicly sign off on as being valid entries. And if we can track those, then it seems ridiculous to not include these voice actors, too. The bottom line is that once you've seen a dozen "ADR Cast" groups, of which the word "Cast" makes it pretty hard to claim that they aren't part of the cast, it becomes a lot harder to ignore roughly the same group of people in a different film when they're under an "ADR Voices" header. They're the same people, providing the same job. I refuse to include "ADR Cast" and then leave out "ADR Voices" - either we track both, or neither. So I choose to track both, but others will most certainly disagree. And as so often, Invelos refuses to make a decision...



I think exactly like you.
Your reasoning is very clear (and even right).

And that's why I'll include it as a valid credit.
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If you include ADR voices as valid Cast credits you should consider the inclusion of foley crew in cast as well.
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Quoting Kluge:
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If you include ADR voices as valid Cast credits you should consider the inclusion of foley crew in cast as well.


I do not know what to say...
Fortunately, that credit is not relevant to the common name.
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If you include ADR voices as valid Cast credits you should consider the inclusion of foley crew in cast as well.

No!

... and this is not topic for a common name thread!

Currently we do track voice only apearances and I can follow the logic, that ADR can not be seperated from voice acting as well as voice over performances. So, as already stated by T!M above, these credits are listed and accepted right now, and therefore they are valid.
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Prototype (1992) as Gian-Carlo Scandiuzzi Produced By, Story by
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Giancarlo Scandiuzzi is an Italian-American actor, writer and producer.
Common name is useful.

Documentation:
IMDb

From CLT:
Gian-Carlo Scandiuzzi (9/68)
Gian Carlo Scandiuzzi (6/23)
Giancarlo Scandiuzzi (2/12)
Carlo Scandiuzzi (2/3)



Gian-Carlo Scandiuzzi (2 unconfirmed)

Bugsy
Darkdrive (1997)
Killing Zoe
Prototype (1992)

Shredder Orpheus (1990)
Sitting Target aka Prime Target (1990)
The Bonfire of the Vanities

Gian Carlo Scandiuzzi (0 unconfirmed)

A.P.E.X. (1994)
Killing Zoe


Giancarlo Scandiuzzi (0 unconfirmed)

Another You (1991)


Carlo Scandiuzzi (1 unconfirmed)

Sitting Target aka Prime Target (1990)
Year of the Gun (1991)









Gian-Carlo Scandiuzzi (4 confirmed)

Bugsy confirmed by AiAustria
Darkdrive (1997) confirmed by Mad Rockatansky
Prototype (1992) confirmed by Mad Rockatansky
The Bonfire of the Vanities confirmed by T!M

Gian Carlo Scandiuzzi (2 confirmed)

A.P.E.X. (1994) confirmed by Mad Rockatansky
Killing Zoe confirmed by AiAustria

Giancarlo Scandiuzzi (1 confirmed)

Another You (1991) confirmed by Mad Rockatansky

Carlo Scandiuzzi (1 confirmed)

Year of the Gun (1991) confirmed by Mad Rockatansky
"Two days ago, I saw a vehicle that would haul that tanker. You want to get out of here?...You talk to me."
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