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Copacabana Palace (1962)

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Cast

Complete credited cast:
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Walter Chiari ...
Ugo
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Zina von Raunacher
Paolo Ferrari ...
De Fonseca
Gloria Paul ...
Michelle
Raymond Bussières
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Buby von Raunacher
Franco Fabrizi
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Jaime Aragon
Ruggero Baldi
Denise Barreto
Ciro Bassini
Luiz Bonfá ...
Himself
Laura Brown
Tônia Carrero ...
Jewel thief's wife
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11 January 1968 (USA)  »

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Girl Game  »

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Só Danço Samba
Written by Antonio Carlos Jobim and Vinicius de Moraes
Performed by João Gilberto and Os Cariocas
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frothy romantic comedy/caper film with strong Bossa Nova flavor
2 December 2003 | by (south Texas USA) – See all my reviews

A French/Italian/Brazilian co-production, THE GIRL GAME (as my English-dubbed, letterboxed VHS copy is titled) would be an average Euro lighthearted romance-caper film were it not for the Brazilian element in the mix--great locations, great music by Jobim and Bonfa, many Brazilian elements throughout the films, and if I'm not mistaken even cameos from Antonio Carlos Jobim, Luis Bonfa, and Joao Gilberto (one of the characters pretends to be talking to Jobim on the phone and makes plans to meet him and his "friends" Luis and Joao--later in the film we see the girls with guys serenading them who look and sound like the real musicians, but I thought it was just actors shown in medium shots pretending to be them, until I saw the three actually listed in the cast list!!!). We even get two songs sung by Norma Bengell! While the film itself is a pleasant time-killer, the bossa nova content makes it a fascinating document--an artifact from that brief period in the early 1960s when the romanticized Brazil of song and legend was THE place to be, the place to fantasize being. Anyone with any interest in this period should try to find a copy. Fans of dubbed Euro 60s co-productions will also like the film, but what makes it special is the bossa nova content


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