French-Italian version of the famous opera by Georges Bizet.

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Credited cast:
Viviane Romance ...
Carmen
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Don José
Lucien Coëdel ...
Garcia
Julien Bertheau ...
Lucas, le matador / Lucas, il matador
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Lillas-Pastia
Georges Tourreil ...
Dancaire
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Marquez, le lieutenant des Dragons / Marquez, il tenente dei Dragoni
Elli Parvo ...
Pamela
Mario Gallina ...
Un marchand / Un mercante
Marguerite Moreno ...
La gitane / La zingara
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Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Anna Arena ...
La dame dame dans la diligence / La bella signora nella diligenza
André Bervil ...
Un moine / Un frate
Adriana Dionisi
Luigi Garbuio
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French-Italian version of the famous opera by Georges Bizet.

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She's Sultry...Bold...Daring!

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26 November 1946 (USA)  »

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Italian censorship visa # 14 delivered on 18-12-1944. See more »

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Version of A Girl Against Napoleon (1959) See more »

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A long line of Carmens
1 June 2006 | by (Los Angeles, CA) – See all my reviews

There may have once been a grain of truth in the original Merimeé novel, but it has been turned into an icon beyond recognition as much as La Dame Aux Camelias has. Vivian Romance camps it up playing "gitaine" for all it's worth. She plays it like grand opera, probably the director's immediate frame of reference. When one thinks of the Rom one thinks of oppressed people, and it is perfectly consistent to see a young woman from an oppressed group as a sexpot--- that's their value. It is no accident that the story has been redone with former slaves (Carmen Jones) and by Senegal, although in that case, while still oppressed and clandestine, she is more in command than some of the others. Two of the best Carmens are by Sara Montiel and Imperio Argentina, although there is no question that we are watching a bourgeois stereotype regarding what the directors consider a "lower class." Romance's Carmen is worth seeing for comparison.


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