The French version of G.W.Pabst's monumental three-language (English, French and German - separate versions each) filming of Cervantes' classic novel. The German version seems to be lost, but it is spoken of in three books, "The Film Till Now", and two of Pauline Kael's books of movie criticism. Written by
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Did You Know?
In 1980, Arlette Marchal
remembered that the cast and crew had taken such pity on the skinny horse chosen to be Don Quixote's steed, that they fed it to the point that it looked almost fat when the time came to shoot its scenes. So the make up person had to paint white streaks on its ribs and that did the trick. See more
Chanson de la mort
Music by Jacques Ibert
Sung by Feodor Chaliapin Sr. See more