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The Singing Princess (1949)
"La rosa di Bagdad" (original title)

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Cast overview, first billed only:
Stefano Sibaldi ...
Narrator (voice)
Germana Calderini ...
Princess Zeila (voice)
Giulio Panicali ...
Sheikh Jafar (voice)
Olinto Cristina ...
Calif Oman (voice)
Mario Besesti ...
Zizibé - Minister of Health (voice)
Giovanna Scotto ...
Fatima (voice)
Renata Marini ...
Amins Mother (voice)
Lauro Gazzolo ...
The Grand Kadi (voice)
Maria Saccenti ...
Black Woman at the Fountain (voice)
Beatrice Preziosa ...
Princess Zeila (singing voice)
Carlo Romano ...
Burk - the Magician (singing voice)
Sakella Rio ...
Black Woman at the Fountain (singing voice)
Luisa Malagrida ...
Calina - Amin's Magpie (singing voice)
F. Delle Fornaci ...
Choir of the three Ministers (singing voice)
Giulio Fioravanti ...
Choir of the three Ministers (singing voice)
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wizard | magic | poor | evil prince | genie | See more »

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22 December 1949 (Italy)  »

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Julie Andrews' first film (voice only). See more »

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A POSSIBLY LOST FILM
5 July 2004 | by (London, England) – See all my reviews

I saw this film at a children's Saturday morning matinée in 1958. I was bowled over by it, and have tried to find it, but it has never resurfaced. The basic story is the usual tale of Arabian Nights princess escapes a wicked Vizier, is saved by a good looking lad and it all ends well. It has never appeared on video - even though the voice of the young Julie Andrews would surely be guarantee of a decent sale if only out of curiosity. Is the film lost, I wonder? Julie Andrews was a child prodigy, and at the time this film was made was doing the rounds of the music halls which were then in the process of dying away in the face of competition from films and (eventually) television. Her singing and acting were marvelous - although she must only have been about 12 at the time.


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