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Born Aurelio Ponzoni in Milan, Ponzoni became first known as one half of the popular comedy duo Cochi & Renato, along with Renato Pozzetto.
Ângelo Ponzoni Municipal Airport is the airport serving Videira, Brazil.
Cochi Ponzoni (born 11 March 1941) is an Italian actor, screenwriter, singer and comedian.
In te mid-2000s, following almost two decades of separation, he reunited with Ponzoni.
Renato Pozzetto and Cochi Ponzoni are an Italian musical and comedy duo who works as Cochi e Renato.
Carrozzeria Touring traces its roots to the 1926 purchase of a controlling interest in the Milan-based coachbuilder, Carrozzeria Falco, by Milanese lawyers Felice Bianchi Anderloni (1882–1948) and Gaetano Ponzoni from Carrozeria Falco's founder, Vittorio Ascari. The new owners changed the name of the firm to Carrozzeria Touring. Bianchi Anderloni, a former test driver for Isotta-Fraschini and Peugeot Italia employee, assumed styling and engineering duties while Ponzoni assumed responsibility for administration of the firms business activities.
Dragan Kićanović, Željko Jerkov, Walter Magnifico, Mike Sylvester, Domenico Zampolini, Giuseppe Ponzoni, Amos Benevelli, Alessandro Boni, Massimo Bini, Gianluca Del Monte, Fabio Mancini, Antonio Sassanelli (Head Coach: Petar Skansi)
Winner: Scavolini Pesaro (Italy) Dragan Kićanović, Željko Jerkov, Mike Sylvester, Walter Magnifico, Domenico Zampolini, Giuseppe Ponzoni, Amos Benevelli, Alessandro Boni, Massimo Bini, Gianluca del Monte, Fabio Mancini, Antonio Sassanelli (Coach: Petar Skansi)
In 1976 Ponzoni started a parallel solo career, making his film debut as the protagonist in Alberto Lattuada's "Cuore di cane" and playing the role of the Agostina Belli's lover in "The Career of a Chambermaid". After appearing in pair with Pozzetto in a number of comedy films, in the early 1980s, Ponzoni found himself at odds with the work choices by his partner, and chose to focus on dramatic theatre instead, limiting his film career to the occasional sporadic supporting character role. After a long separation, he reunited with Pozzetto in 2000s for a series of television and stage projects.
Claudia Silvana Velásquez Ponzoni (born September 30, 1975) is a retired female breaststroke swimmer from Peru. She represented her native country at the 1992 Summer Olympics in Barcelona, Spain. She finished in 39th (100 m breaststroke) and in 37th place (200 m breaststroke).
The early section covers 14th–18th centuries, and most notably includes work by the 14th-century Venetian artist Paolo Veneziano. Other artists include Andrija Alesi and Juraj Čulinović (15th century), Albrecht Dürer, Andrija Medulić (16th century), Girolamo Brusaferro, and Matej Ponzoni and Federiko Benković (17th century).
In 1472 Bugatto worked with Bonifacio Bemo and Leonardo Ponzoni to create his last known completed work, frescos in the Santa Maria delle Grazie located outside of Vigevano. The chapel is now destroyed. In 1473 Bugatto was commissioned to paint a portrait of Galeazzo, Bona, and their child for the choir of San Celso, Milan.
The Diabolikal Super-Kriminal is a 2007 Italian-American pop, horror and historical documentary-film where is narrated - for the first time ever - the publishing history of the photo-novel called Killing published by Pino Ponzoni in Milan in the end of 60's.
Carrozzeria Touring Superleggera is an automobile coachbuilder established on 25 March 1926 in Milan, Italy by Felice Bianchi Anderloni (1882–1948) and Gaetano Ponzoni. Carrozzeria Touring became well known for both the beauty of its designs and patented superleggera construction methods.
The company quickly re-energized after the war, with the Superleggera system widely licensed and copied. Felice Bianchi Anderloni died in 1948 and his son, Carlo Felice "Cici" Bianchi Anderloni, (1916–2003) took over management of the firm under the guidance of Ponzoni. The two would remain in charge of the firm until the company discontinued production in 1966.
He painted a series of scenes of the Decameron, both original and copies, for patrons including the King of Naples, the Marchese Ala Ponzoni, and the sig. Giacomelli of Treviso. For the same marchese Ponzoni he painted "Rape of Persephone" and the "Rape of Europa": subjects also duplicated for marchese Antonio Busca. For a Milanese banker "The Bath of Venus" and "The Judgement of Paris" for an English patron. More copies were made by his pupils. For the Cathedral of Chiari he painted: "Santi Faustino e Giovita"; for the Academy of Mexico: "The Angel of Justice", for King Carlo Alberto he competed the "Judgement of Salomon". For this painting, he was awarded the Cross of Civil Merit of Savoy. Podesti refused the offer of a professorship at the Albertina Royal Academy at Turin.
Iginio Alessio, then general manager of Alfa Romeo, was concerned for the viability of the independent Italian Coachbuilding industry–the avant of the unibody chassis design was threatening to put the "carrozzerie" out of business. Alessio was also a personal friend of Gaetano Ponzoni co-owner of Carrozzeria Touring Superleggera, thus from 1951-1958 Alfa Romeo built five different variations of the 1900 unibody chassis specifically for independent coachbiulders.
Ahead of the 1982-83 season, on Skansi's insistence, Scavolini management signed 28-year-old center Željko Jerkov, another compatriot Skansi knew well from the Yugoslav national team as well from Jugoplastika. With a formidable looking starting five of Kićanović, Sylvester, Ponzoni, Magnifico, and Jerkov, as well as the previous season's experience, the goal of winning the league was now even more of an objective than before.
In 1462, Bremo was commissioned to paint the portraits of Francesco I Sforza and his wife Bianca Maria Visconti, both of which are now in the Pinacoteca di Brera of Milan. During the period 1464-1467, he painted the main altarpiece for the Duomo of Cremona depicting the "Madonna and Child with Two Angels." This altarpiece was later "restored" in 1507 by Boccaccio Boccaccino and in 1571 by Giulio Campi. In 1472, Bremo, along with artists Zanetto Bugatto and Leonardo Ponzoni, was commissioned to paint the chapel in Santa Maria Presso Vigevano. He also painted the cloister of La Colomba at Cremona.
Ponzoni and Pozzetto were childhood friends, and they grew accustomed to perform together in front of an audience of friends and relatives. Their professional debut took place in 1965 in the small cabaret club Cab 64 in Milan, where they performed along with Lino Toffolo and Bruno Lauzi. They were also joined by Enzo Jannacci and Felice Andreasi with whom they formed the comedy ensemble Motore, who had a good success in Milan. The couple became first known in the late 1960s thanks to the RAI innovative variety shows "Quelli della domenica" (1968) and "È domenica, ma senza impegno" (1969). Characterized by a peculiar comic verve, filled with paradoxical and surreal moods, their popularity increased in the early 1970s with the variety show "Il poeta e il contadino" and with the participation with the musical show "Canzonissima". The couple began to crack in 1974, when Pozzetto started devoting himself to a full-time film career. After a long separation, Ponzoni and Pozzetto reunited in 2000s for a series of television and stage projects.