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Amarcord (1973) Poster

(1973)

Release Info

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Release Dates 

Italy 13 December 1973
West Germany 22 March 1974
Netherlands 18 April 1974
Denmark 26 April 1974
France 8 May 1974 (Cannes Film Festival)
France 10 May 1974 (Paris)
Sweden 2 September 1974
Belgium 13 September 1974 (Gent)
USA 19 September 1974
Japan 16 November 1974
Argentina 28 November 1974
Finland 20 December 1974
Poland 2 March 1975 (Warsaw Konfrontacje)
Spain 29 March 1975 (Madrid)
East Germany 4 February 1977
Turkey 4 May 1981
Spain 17 September 1995 (re-release)
Germany 20 June 2002 (re-release)
Czech Republic 14 January 2003 (re-release)
Slovakia 25 June 2003 (Art Film Festival)
Portugal 15 August 2003 (re-release)
France 15 September 2004
UK 17 September 2004 (re-release)
Serbia 26 February 2005 (Belgrade Film Festival)
Poland 25 July 2007 (ERA New Horizons Film Festival)
Serbia 21 February 2010 (Belgrade Film Festival)
Russia 29 June 2011 (Moscow Film Festival)
USA 15 June 2013 (Los Angeles Film Festival)
USA 19 October 2013 (Chicago International Film Festival)

Also Known As (AKA) 

Argentina Amarcord
Chile Amarcord
Denmark Amarcord - mig og min familie
Spain Amarcord
Finland Amarcord
France Amarcord
Greece (reissue title) Amarcord
Greece (transliterated ISO-LATIN-1 title) Thymamai
Hungary Amarcord
Poland Amarcord
Portugal Amarcord
Serbia Amarkord
Serbia Sećam se
Russia Амаркорд
Sweden (video title) Amarcord
Sweden Fellini Amarcord
Turkey (Turkish title) Amarcord
USA Amarcord
World-wide (English title) (literal title) I Remember
Yugoslavia (Serbian title) (literal title) Secam se

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