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A few places where you can purchase Argentina's bio-novel "In Sicilian Company"
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      "In Sicilian Company"           is now available as a KINDLE electronic book on Amazon.com

Shortly before her death on 20 December 2005, Argentina managed to complete her long awaited bio novel, 'In Sicilian Company'

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         Paramount Pictures  Dean Martin & Jerry Lewis comdey,"The Caddy", was released in 1953. It's highlight, was Dino seranading his mother (Argentina Brunetti) with one of the most famous songs of all time: "That's Amore"! click here for the film's  classic song scene!

          THE OSCARS!

       THE GOLDEN GLOBES
          The Brunetti's Unlike the Sopranos, we are a real & positive Italian American family  who has been entertaining the world for the last 150 years, on radio, stage, screen, television, newspapers, magazines and now on the Internet... read more
THE CLASSIC FAMILY  EVERGREEN: "IT'S A WONDERFUL LIFE" (1949) Frank Capra's masterpiece that was virtually forgotten until someone showed it on TV at Christmas time. It was also Argentina's first film appearance.       CLICK ON POSTER to view THE FILM!
  CLICK on poster  FOR 2010 RAZZIE AWARDS WINNERS -"THE  YEAR'S WORST FILMS!"http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nat_King_Colehttps://youtu.be/8o8SZng55T0
OUR ARGENTINA IS 'ZIA SARINA'! 1995's "Everybody Loves Raymond" TV series  ('Mia Famiglia') segment,  has now become a television classic thanks to Argentina Brunetti  Click on the photo for the film clip.
ARGY'S STAR CORNER "From the Golden Age of Hollywood!"


  


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