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Puccini

Puccini

Release Date: April 29, 1953

Year    :   1953
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Genres    :   Drama, Music
Production Companies    :   Rizzoli Film
Director    :   Carmine Gallone
Producers    :   Angelo Rizzoli, Armando Crispino, Antonio Musu, Luigi Rovere, Ferruccio Viotti, Guglielmo Colonna, Renato Panetuzzi, Marcello Luchetti
Writers    :   Leonardo Benvenuti, Leonardo Benvenuti, Carmine Gallone, Carmine Gallone, Glauco Pellegrini, Glauco Pellegrini, Aldo Bizzarri, Aldo Bizzarri
RunTime    :   119 mins.

Produced in Italy in breathtaking Technicolor, this biographical story of Puccini (played by L'avventura's Gabriele Ferzetti) spans his creative life from early student days to the height of success, including his early flop Madama Butterfly and his incomplete Turandot. Along the way he encounters three women who change his life, including a sexy, beautiful singer (Two for the Road's Nadia Gray) whom he drops for a small town girl (Sirocco's Marta Toren), and a servant girl who commits suicide over him. Well-selected excerpts from Manon, La Boheme, Madama Butterfly and Turandot are featured along with other Puccini music, including the voice of Beniamino Gigli. Sets, costumes and production values are first class, all sumptuously filmed by Claude Renoir.


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