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For a generation of giddy teenage girls who thrilled to his saccharine serenades, the Neapolitan crooner Nino D'Angelo was better known as the "caschetto biondo," the blond mop-top, for the distinctive hairdo that conferred an air of impish mischief on the characters he played during a decade's worth of cheesy teen melodramas. Throughout the s, as local mob clans fought a bloody battle for control of Naples' mean streets and political corruption was a lucrative spin-off of the reconstruction contracts that followed the devastating earthquake, the city's soundtrack was a mix of blaring car horns and D'Angelo's love songs sung in Neapolitan dialect. Fans set great store by the rags-to-riches fable that had brought Gaetano D'Angelo — the first of six children born in the rough San Pietro a Patierno neighborhood on the outskirts of Naples — everything he could want. Everything except respect. His cassettes and records may have been the hottest commodity to be traded on the sidewalks of Naples, Bari and Palermo, but in the rooms where it really counted — the offices of music critics and of snooty culture vultures — D'Angelo's low-brow screen stardom was snubbed and his music dismissed as schmaltzy trash. He was in his dressing room at the Teatro San Babila, where he is starring in "Guappo di Cartone" roughly: "Cardboard tough guy" , a dark comedy by the early 20th-century Neapolitan playwright Raffaele Viviani about the difficulties a convict faces after he is released from prison. The half-full seat theater was a far cry from the stadiums he used to pack.

He was born to a poor family in San Pietro a Patierno, a suburb of Naples, and dropped out of school, taking jobs like ice cream vendor and wedding singer. In he married Annamaria with whom he would have two sons. He started a career as an actor in sceneggiate musical dramas, a genre native to Naples, and later as a cinema actor. In he released the album Un jeans e una maglietta "Jeans and a T-shirt" and a film with the same title. The album sold over one million copies and the film surpassed the Hollywood movie Flashdance at the box office.

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