Bud Spencer Museum

Bud Spencer Museum

The Bud Spencer Museum is the Pedersoli family's tribute to Carlo Pedersoli, the actor known as Bud Spencer.

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    A man walks along the street Unter den Linden past a house façade in whose window drawings of the actor Bud Spencer, real name Carlo Pedersoli, can be seen.
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    The Italian actors Terence Hill (l) and Bud Spencer (r) in the successful Italo-Western comedy "Trinity Is Still My Name" (1971).
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    Italian actors Bud Spencer (l) and Terence Hill signal "thumbs up" during the screening of their film "Double Trouble" in the 50th broadcast of the TV show "Auf los geht's los" on 20 October 1984.

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Kind-hearted, jovial but with a neat right hook: Bud Spencer thrilled fans all over the world in his roles as "Hippo", "Flatfoot" or "Bulldozer". In particular, a veritable fan cult developed around his collaboration with fellow actor Mario Girotti, known as Terrence Hill. With the Bud Spencer Museum in Berlin, another place of pilgrimage awaits "Spencer Hill" fans from the end of June.

Highlights in the Bud Spencer Museum

For the first time, the Bud Spencer Museum is showing exhibits from Carlo Pedersoli's private life as well as numerous props from Bud Spencer's film life. These include, for example, the red and yellow VW buggy from "Watch Out, We're Mad!" or the little ice cream cart with pistachio ice cream from "Odds and Evens". A special highlight is the life-size statue of the actor.

Germany's first Bud Spencer memorial is also being erected in front of the museum. A regular show, event and film programme complements the permanent exhibition.

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 Adresse
Unter den Linden 10
10117 Berlin
Phone
(030) 715 559 96
Internet
www.budspencer-museum.com
Opening
27 June 2021
Opening hours
Daily 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Admission Fee
12 euros, concessions 10 euros, children and young people under 17 8 euros, children under six free

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Last edited: 4. May 2021