The Leopard (1963)
A Visconti impersonator is caught and the inspector mentions this film, explaining that he named himself "The Leopard" because he was so impressed with it.
Documentary about the costumes from the films of Luchino Visconti
Actors speak about these Movie
Stills and music. Also discusses Nino Rota using a previously-written symphony for the theme.
The shot of Bill and gang walking down the street with fireworks in the background is taken from Visconti's 'The Leopard'.
Alain Delon as César talks about himself and quotes this title.
The theme of Italian aristocracy and its successor named Tancredi.
referenced in interviews
title [The Leopard] of bound manuscript on bookshelf
Rex Tucker asks about the availability of Leslie French but is told that he is working with Luchino Visconti.
Clips from "The Leopard" are shown.
clips are shown as Roger reviews the reissued film