The Debussy Film (18 May 1965)

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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Vladek Sheybal ...
Pierre Louis / Film Director
Annette Robertson ...
Gaby Dupont
Iza Teller ...
Madame Bardas (as Isa Teller)
Penny Service ...
The actor
Jane Lumb ...
Verity Edmett ...
Zohra the slave girl
Stephanie Randall ...
Yvonne Antrobus
Janet Fairhead
Alison Fiske
Ian Flintoff
Elna Pearl


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Russell's "Debussy Film"a classic of it's time
26 July 2007 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

I have just seen Ken Russell's "The Debussy Film" at the National Film Theatre in London.It's every bit as good as I dimly remember it on TV in 1965.Sequences which stuck in the mind came up like old friends.An excellent example of the film within a film;to me it echoes Godard's "Le Mepris" made in 1962.It was shown as part of the celebrations of the director's 80th birthday.Celebrations in which the BBC seems to be taking no interest.A 1000 pities that they can't find time in their TV schedules to show some of these classics...too busy showing more cookery or gardening programmes?Or could it be that Russell's TV films shame the current drivel being spewed out by the Corporation?

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