Prolific Italian composer Carlo Rustichelli died Nov. 13, 2004, at age 87.
He composed the scores for over 400 films during a career that stretched back to the 1930s. He worked with such directors as Mario Bava and Billy Wilder.
Mr. Rustichelli was awarded two Silver Ribbons by the Italian National Syndicate of Film Journalists for his work. He scored three of the best films by Italian horror master Mario Bava: "Blood and Black Lace," "The Whip and the Body" and "Kill, Baby�Kill!"