Campanadas a medianoche
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Literature for
Chimes at Midnight (1965) More at IMDbPro »Campanadas a medianoche (original title)

Monographic related book
New Brunswick : Rutgers University Press. (New Jersey, USA)
"[Rutgers Films". In: "Print v", 11], 1988, Pg. 340, 0813513383
Welles, Orson and Bridget Gellert Lyons. "Chimes at Midnight"

Printed Media Reviews
B., P. A.. "Falstaff". In: "Le Film français/La Cinématographie française" (Paris, France), 1966, Pg. 10, (MG)
"Dans "Falstaff", Orson Welles a trouvé un rôle pour sa fille Beatrice". In: "Jeunesse Cinéma" (France), Vol. 91, July 1965, Pg. 28, (MG)

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Richard Brody. "The Bard of Movies". In: "The New Yorker" (New York, NY), Conde Nast, 25 November 2013, Pg. 28, (MG)

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